21 September 2018 Guy Beal | News | Whole School  

Homebush Boys High School library is now open for an hour after school on Mondays and Tuesdays as part of the Homework Help initiative. Students are invited to make use of this resource and are able to receive assistance with their assessment tasks and homework from 3:10 to 4:10 pm.

There will be a teacher on duty to supervise and assist students with their work and all students will have access to a computer and printer.

The after-hours literacy/speed reading program run by Ms Edwards has also been relocated to the library and students are encouraged to attend during the above times in order to improve their reading speed, vocabulary and comprehension skills. This program also runs before school on Thursdays. For more information about the speed reading program please see Ms Edwards.


21 September 2018 Daphne Simpson | News | Year 10  

The year 10 Boys did their spot on cooking challenge round in their food technology practicals with only two ingredients, " Bread & Eggs". The boys did their planning within 10 minutes and produced one dish. This task enabled students to manage their time and available resources in order to produce and display a food product. Students also focused on their planning, Hygiene and safe cooking methods. The task created interest among students and involved each and every student to participate and work cooperatively.

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19 September 2018 Jenelle Horiatopoulos | News | Community  

In the two years since he came to Sydney from Hanoi, Vietnam, Duy Quang has become a highly respected leader in the local community. An avid volunteer, the 16-year-old Homebush Boys High School student has earned praise for his compassionate and giving nature, and become an exceptional role model for other students. Duy Quang teaches English to younger students, assists Year 7 students via the Peer Support Program, and has been instrumental in the recently formed Social Justice Club, which sees students advocate and fundraise for important issues such as gender equality and refugee rights. The broader Homebush community has benefited from Duy Quang’s participation in the NSW State Conference for UN Youth Australia, his volunteer work at the local Salvos Store, and his work with the Interact Club, a school-based Rotary club that helps with community fundraising initiatives. In his spare time, the Year 10 student loves to practice his art and photography. “I think every small moment in life is captivating, and I want to capture them,” he says.

To read the full press release article head to https://www.study.sydney/news-and-stories/news/finalists-announced-for-2018-nsw-international-student-awards