20 August 2018 Iqbal Singh | News | Whole School  

Homebush Boys High school participated in the ICAS Science test in Term 2 this year. This is an initiative of UNSW Global Assessments and this test is conducted in over 20 countries globally. About ninety students from various Year groups participated in this reputed test and HBHS boys achieve very promising results.

This includes 2 High Distinctions, 1 Distinction, 18 Credits and 19 Merits. We congratulate the HBHS community on this great success this year. I would like to thank Ms L Mathur for her efforts in orgainsing this test.

Following is the list of our achievers:

  • Kevin Duong Year 10 (High distinction)
  • Billy Leask Year 10 (High Distinction)
  • Elias Soovoroff - Year 10 (Distinction)

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17 August 2018 Matina Shadwick | P & C News | Community  

All parents and cares are invited to the our School's P & C Meeting. The P & C is an organisation dedicated to enriching the educational experience of our children and fostering a sense of community, assisting the school in providing:

  • Feedback on school policies
  • Additional Resources to be used to enhance student learning
  • Parents and Carers with opportunities to be involved in their child's education

Where: Homebush Boys High School, Staff Common Room

When: Tuesday 21 August 2018 at 7pm

Topic: HBHS LIteracy Plan

Guest Speker: Martyn Bawden

All welcome.

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17 August 2018 Christy Cheung | News | Year 07  

On Tuesday 14 August, the Year 7s participated in the World of Maths incursion. This incursion provided a special opportunity for students to engage in Mathematics in unique and fun ways. There were various puzzles for the small groups to solve, leading to lots of loud and excited discussions.
The students all enjoyed the puzzles and it became difficult to move the students away from the puzzles once their time was up. After every session, there were always students commenting that they wanted more time to solve them all. A few students even wanted to stay behind at recess to finish the puzzles!
A very special thanks to Peter Wilson from the World of Maths for running this wonderful incursion for our school again this year.

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