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Position vacant - Katherine Flexible Learning and Engagement Centre - AO496%. It would be great if families and friends could please share within your networks. ... See MoreSee Less

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Katherine High School is currently seeking expressions of interest from motivated and reliable persons to mentor and support learning in the classroom in 2021. The role involves working under the direction of classroom teachers, working one on one with students and leading small group work. If successful in this position you will contribute to improving engagement and wellbeing of students to further their education and employment outcomes. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are proud to announce the KHS top graded ATAR students as received by the SACE board.
Eleven of our students received a Stage 2 A grade (A-, A or A+).
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Congratulations to Jaimie Bryant who has been awarded the 2021 'Puggy' Hunter Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is a tribute to the late Dr Arnold ‘Puggy’ Hunter’s outstanding contribution to Indigenous Australians’ health and his role and Chair of the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation. It was established by the Australian Government to encourage and assist undergraduate students in health-related disciplines. Jaimie has been provided with a full scholarship for her studies in Physiotherapy at ACU in Brisbane. Her dedication to her studies; her passion for supporting the local sporting community in Katherine; and her commitment to mentoring young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders through the STARS program have certainly been contributing factors in her success in receiving this scholarship. ... See MoreSee Less

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You still have time to arrange a 2021 new student enrolment.
Call the school office for information.
Phone: 8973 8200
Email: admin.kathehs@education.nt.gov.au
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Hey guys, as you go about your end of year clean ups, if you have any school shirts that may no longer be required, please consider donating to the school.
Thank you.
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Last Thursday KHS opened up its doors and exhibited all the wonderful artwork our students have done over the year. Geez our students are a talented bunch!

The artwork is being displayed as part of our Katherine High School Art Showcase and the exhibition will be open again for any of you that may have missed it.

Where: Katherine High School RL2
When: Wednesday December 16th
Time: 2:40pm -5:00 pm

We look forward to seeing you there.
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Check out what some of our Duke of Edinburgh's Award Participants thought of our AJ.

What did you do during the AJ?
On camp we did a lot of activities. First day we went to the markets to eat food. Second day we went to the waterfront to spot biodiversity. Third day we went to Charles Darwin national park to go on a walk to spot biodiversity. Forth day we made water filters and did a beach clean-up. Fifth day we went to Howard springs national park to spot biodiversity. Six day we went to the wildlife park to see animals. Seventh day we went to the monsoon forest for a walk
What was your favourite part?
Our fav part was going to the wildlife park and going to the city.
What advice would you give to someone wanting to do the Award next year?
We would say do it because it is good fun but when you go on camp make sure you pack lots.
Jaymie and Mereoni – Bronze Award Participants

What did you do during the AJ?
We went to the Charles Darwin national park to spot biodiversity we went to Howard springs national park and went on a walk to spot biodiversity and the territory wildlife park and we went the water front to spot biodiversity.
What was your favourite part?
My favourite part of this camp was going to the gardens it was cool getting the see all the different plants and the cool water feature there and the cafe there was really nice.
What advice would you give to someone wanting to do the Award next year?
The advice I would give someone wanting to do this next year is bring bug spray and sunscreen and have a good group of friends to do it with.
Kiersten – Bronze Award Participant

What did you do during the AJ?
We went on many different trips where we would spot biodiversity and cleaned beaches etc. When we were at the camp site we did activities such as making filters, filling in journals, natural dye and chores (cooking, cleaning)
What was your favourite part?
My favourite part was the Palmerston markets where we got to eat and walk around.
What advice would you give to someone wanting to do the Award next year?
I would recommend when you are given a task to complete straight away as it is not hard and to participate in all activities with effort.
Ricki – Silver Award Participant

What did you do during the AJ?
On our duke of Ed camp we went to Darwin and stayed at Riyala, Noonamah. On our first day we did nothing but travel, shop for food and unpack the tailer and the bus, for dinner we went to the Palmerston markets. On Saturday we boiled cabbages and used then to dye some cloth, we then went to the waterfront and looked at biodiversity. On the Sunday we went to Charles Darwin National Park and went for a walk to stop biodiversity, we then made artwork out of the things around us and after that we went to the museum. On Monday we went to Casuarina Coastal Reserve and cleaned up the beach and I found some sea money, as a reward we went to Kingpin and played laser tag and the arcade games, when we got back to Riyala we made water fillers. On Tuesday we went to Howard Springs National Park and went on a walk on one of the tail and saw some biodiversity, after that we went to Casuarina for a few hours. On Wednesday we went to the Territory Wildlife Park and saw lots of native animals like Kangaroos and emus. On Thursday we went on a bush walk at the Monsoon Forest Tail and me and person I was with got lost but we made it back, we went back to Riyala to have lunch and after that we made bird feeders and masks for the Masquerade Trivia Night. On the last day we did nothing but pack everything up, clean everything and travel back to Katherine.
What was your favourite part?
I thing I enjoyed the most was going to the Territory Wildlife Park because of the different animals I learnt about. It was interesting to read about where the animals are from and fun facts that I didn’t know about them, it was every educating and very eye opening.
What advice would you give to someone wanting to do the Award next year?
I would suggest to anyone do this camp next year to listen to the teacher that is on the camp with you and read what is in front of you because most of the things that are being said is important, helpful and education.
Jaimee – Bronze Award Participant

What did you do during the AJ?
At the camp we went to every nature park I didn’t know.
What was your favourite part?
When we went to Casuarina I got a book.
What advice would you give to someone wanting to do the Award next year?
For future duke’s people: plan the food order properly and remember to bring cheese
Thomas – Bronze Award Participant

Congratulations to those who completed their Award and good luck to those still working towards it.
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Come on down to KHS RL2 Gallery and witness some awesome student art! We’re open until 7 😊 ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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Awesome Christmas biscuit making with Year 7s in Mr. Fennell's Home Economics class today! Congratulations to Cooper, Henry & Alfie who won both 'perfect biscuit' and 'perfect packaging' awards!
#homeeconomics
#endresultisthe reward
#festive
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