Humanity in action

Awards. Two locals are among 13 students across the state to be recognised for their compassion, integrity and kindness. Caleb Berechree and Georgia Stokes, of Circular Head Christian School, were invited to a presentation ceremony for the Fred Hollows Humanity Award at Parliament House in Hobart on September 21. The award is a national initiative …

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Creating change

Competition. Circular Head Christian School student William Dawson is a strong advocate of standing up for what you believe in.  The eight-year-old was one of 20 regional finalists recognised at Government House in Sydney, New South Wales earlier this month as part of an anti-bullying competition. William was one of three Tasmanian finalists acknowledged at …

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Easter at Stanley

Nut. This Good Friday, come along to a service at the Nut among fellow community members. The Easter service is organised by Circular Head Christian School, with involvement from local churches. Beginning at 10.30am tomorrow (March 30), the service is open to all ages and will see a succession of readings followed by a walk …

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Enjoying every step

Life. Grounded and grateful for his roots, Nathaniel Arnold is now starting the next chapter of his life with a scholarship to attend university. A Circular Head Christian School graduate of 2011, Nathaniel leapt at the opportunity to jump into a truck and his father Andrew’s fuel tanker business, Arnolds. He spent time behind the …

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Thriving in excellence

Leadership. A good leader lifts a school and as Circular Head Christian School welcomes change, this feeling is expected to remain. Patrick Bakes will be back at school teaching this year while Ara Popowski steps into the principal’s office. Starting her career in 2002, Mrs Popowski began as an aide before completing her Bachelor of …

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See, dream, do

Inspiring. Girls can do anything: that was the take home message for a group of high school students participating in the first See It. Dream It. Do It. workshop. Aimed at young females living in remote areas, the program showcases the variety of operational roles women can be – and are – employed in within …

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Intrepid win

CHCS. Circular Head Christian School’s year nine Intrepid Agriculture class has had success in the Cows Create Careers competition. Seven schools and more than 400 students competed in the event where the local school claimed the title of Overall Winning School – Senior for the region. The Intrepid Program, introduced at CHCS this year, helps …

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Adventure bound

Sailing. Nicholas Huisman is preparing to embark on the 2017 Youth Leadership Challenge aboard the Windeward Bound. The Circular Head Christian School student will join nine Tasmanians as well as 10 refugee youths for the 10 day voyage in December. The Youth Leadership Challenge aims to foster personal growth experiences and build confidence,  communication and …

1 year ago

Merry cast of stars

Show. It is the tale of an outlaw in lincoln green who steals from the rich and gives to the poor. Circular Head Christian School students will bring the story of Robin Hood to the stage next week, with Jay Saward starring as the heroic outlaw and Emily Tuffnell as Maid Marian. Performing in their …

1 year ago
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