NRL Team, Wests Tigers, have supported Homebush Boys High School’s significant event, White Ribbon Day. They have kindly donated a complete team signed jersey, for our White Ribbon Day raffle. They also supported our White Ribbon Day initiative, by attending our Friday morning assembly. This took place on the 20th, November, 2015. NRL ambassador, Mr Joe Galuvao, addressed the issue of violence against women.
Every year, Homebush Boys High School is committed to supporting White Ribbon Day in the school, the community, and throughout the state. This year, Ms Adams’ year 8 art classes worked on projects supporting the values of White Ribbon Day in a variety of multimedia forms. Ms Adams’ 8F class worked fervently on a video documenting what White Ribbon Day means to these students, and to their school. Each student took on a production role to film interviews, and then worked during class time to edit the video into what you see here. Homebush Boys High School is proud to be a part of the battle against Australia’s domestic violence problems.
Please click on the picture to view the video.
Homebush Boys High School’s Year 8 debating team became the Western Sydney champions last Friday. This means they are undefeated in 7 debates against teams from schools that stretch from Homebush to the Blue Mountains. The team has been together for two years as they competed in the Premiers Debating Challenge in Year 7 as well. The team is comprised of Aryan Jani, Michael Lopes, Charles McLean and James Smith. They have been mentored and coached by Mr Thomas Lee.