19 October 2016 John G Kennedy | News | Extra-Curricular  

Symphonia Jubilate is a symphony orchestra made up of students predominantly from primary and secondary schools in the Strathfield education area. Founded in 2013 by Tracy Burjan and Luke Wallace, the orchestra aims to provide students with an opportunity to rehearse, learn and perform quality orchestral music from a diverse range of musical styles, as well as to foster a new level of music appreciation and skill.

Symponia Jubilate Presents - Lights Camera Action

When: Saturday 12th November 2016

Where: Marie Bashir Public School Hall, Albert Rd, Strathfield

Tickets: $20 Family | $10 Adult | $7 Child or Pensioner


For more information please contact, Tracy (0425 276 067) or Luke (0431 113 024)

18 October 2016 Alexandra Duffy | P & C News | Community  

Homebush Boys High School P&C presents .. "Robotics at HBHS"

Speaker: Mr Greg Sheath (Head Teacher, Computing Studies)

Where: Staff Common Room

When: Tuesday 18 October 2016, 7pm


  • Robotics & Drone flying!

All Welcome!

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17 October 2016 Phirum De Michiel | News | Year 12  

Congratulations to all the Prefects of 2016-2017. The student leaders have worked hard in their academic, sports, creative activities, outdoor education, responsibility in school and service learning. Furthermore, they have demonstrated excellence in their role of being responsible global citizens in wearing their school uniform with pride and taking responsibility for or showing leadership and initiative in various school functions. Therefore, popularity is not a criteria used to be elected as student leaders. The Prefects have been selected in a fair democratic election process by their peers and teachers because of the special qualities that they have demonstrated in their positive interactions with the rest of the school community. For example, Zaki Ousmand, the School Captain, is a considerate and respectful student. He is kind and compassionate towards his teachers and fellow students. For the first time at HBHS, we have a School Captain who can sing, dance and play musical instruments as well as chairing a formal school assembly. Ibrahim Taha, the Vice School Captain, is friendly, ever joyful and a confident communicator. He is a hardworking student whom all students can turn to if they want some study tips. Levi Anderson-Foster, the Senior Prefect, is creative and a motivator of the Prefect team. He has broad shoulders that all students can cry on when they need a friend.

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