Katherine High School

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Congratulations to Finley Lovering in Year 7 who was one of three NT finalists in this year's National History Challenge. Finley received a 'Young Historian Silver' Award for his essay. We are so proud of you Fin! Thanks for representing Katherine at Parliament House! ... See MoreSee Less

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Love Fairy bread! What a great excuse to eat it!Fairy Bread Day! November 24th, 2020

Help Pathways and Transition to Work celebrate and support ReachOut.com - an organisation that helps young people with well being issues.

Fairy bread and milkshakes will be available for sale at recess at the Frogs Hollow servery window! 50c for Fairy Bread and $2.50 for a milkshake. Come along and support a worthy cause!
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Fairy Bread Day! November 24th, 2020

Help Pathways and Transition to Work celebrate and support ReachOut.com - an organisation that helps young people with well being issues.

Fairy bread and milkshakes will be available for sale at recess at the Frogs Hollow servery window! 50c for Fairy Bread and $2.50 for a milkshake. Come along and support a worthy cause!
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Save the date. Our Annual KHS Presentation Assembly is on Tuesday December 1st. ... See MoreSee Less

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Study, Earn or Train in the NT!

2020 Year 12s leaving school can now register their interest for ‘Get SET in the NT’. The initiative gives students the opportunity to Study, Earn or Train in the NT across a range of new and existing programs.

Study: 10 new scholarships at Charles Darwin University for the top ten 2020 Northern Territory ATAR students

Earn: Explore career opportunities in a variety of trades and industries in the Northern Territory

Train: On-the-job paid training working in the Northern Territory Government and not-for-profit organisations in 2021 for up to 100 students.

For more info and to register your interest, visit education.nt.gov.au/getset
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Dear families,

Elise Walding, Director School Financial Improvement and Support from the NT Department of Education will be visiting Katherine tomorrow and presenting to any interested parents/carers about the School Needs Based Funding Model.

When: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Where: Katherine Education Regional Office 19 Second Street Katherine
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Football Northern Territory (FNT) in partnership with Northern Territory Institute of Sport (NTIS) are pleased to announce an upcoming FREE event Darwin’s Festival of Sport.

Saturday 5th December
10am-6pm
CDU stadium, 235 Abala Rd Marrara.
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For those of you attending the Year 12 Presentation Night here are the prices for drinks. Please bring cash as there will be no EFTPOS available ... See MoreSee Less

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Due to power outage, the Katherine High School Council general meeting for tonight, 18th November, has been cancelled.

Reschedule information will be issued when arrangements are made.

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Miss Ding’s 7.5 Geography class spent the afternoon enjoying milkshakes, smoothies and board games in Frogs Hollow Cafe yesterday. Well done on reaching the magical third reward level everyone! It was great to see the cafe being utilised for such a fun occasion 😍 Thanks for coming 🙏 ... See MoreSee Less

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Check out Mr Sailor's class working hard in the garden. ... See MoreSee Less

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This evening we celebrated the success of our Duke of Edinburgh's Bronze and Silver Award Participants.

For Voluntary Service, participants have supported the Katherine Girl Guides Recycling Drop Off by cleaning and sorting out lids, engraving new signs, sorting out more lids, painting recycling drums and sorting out even more lids. They participated in Plogging to support Clean Up Australia. They developed an assortment of Skills to do with gardening, including weeding, composting, planting their own vegetables, painting tiles to make the School Garden more visually appealing and tried their hands at hydroponics. Physical Recreation goals focused on developing fitness, teamwork and mentoring Middle Years Students. Participants played a range of sports including AFL, volleyball, basketball and netball. Their Adventurous Journey was a jam-packed exploration into Biodiversity in the NT. Although it was postponed twice participants persevered while battling the heat and Mozzies and successfully completed this component. They cleaned up the Casuarina Coastal Reserve, hiked around many national parks including Howard Springs and Charles Darwin, made water filters, got lost in the Monsoon Forest, created artwork from natural materials and explored Territory Wildlife Park.

As a part of the Adventurous Journey Participants completed the Youth and United Nations Global Alliance Biodiversity Challenge. The majority of the recipients are currently completing their Bronze and Silver Awards.

"Congratulations to you all. Your hard work has paid off and I am proud to have shared this journey with you." - Miss Ashmore

#dukeofed #WORLDREADY
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Study, Earn or Train in the NT!

2020 Year 12s leaving school can now register their interest for ‘Get SET in the NT’. The initiative gives students the opportunity to Study, Earn or Train in the NT across a range of new and existing programs.

Study: 10 new scholarships at Charles Darwin University for the top ten 2020 Northern Territory ATAR students

Earn: Explore career opportunities in a variety of trades and industries in the Northern Territory

Train: On-the-job paid training working in the Northern Territory Government and not-for-profit organisations in 2021 for up to 100 students.

For more info and to register your interest, visit education.nt.gov.au/getset
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