27 November 2018 Matina Shadwick | P & C News | Community  

Homebush Boys High School P&C Meeting

Where: Staff Common Room, Homebush Boys High School

When: Tuesday 27th November, 2018, 7:00pm 

All Welcome!

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26 November 2018 Georgia Anton | News | Whole School  

On Saturday the 17th of November, I attended the Sydney Flight College Open Day at Bankstown Airport. I was greeted by a bunch of flight instructors upon entrance and shown around the venue. It consisted of a large office space and an open airfield with interior access to training aircraft as well as other aircraft owned by the college. There was also a free sausage sizzle which provided guests with a free lunch. I attended with my sister who acted as my personal photographer but she also helped me in obtaining information regarding courses and such.

The flight school could only be described as state-of-the-art with their own flight simulator and having previously flown at Soar Aviation in their Foxbat aircraft, I can confidently say my love for aviation has only since increased beyond a point I never thought it could.

I was allowed to hop in two of their planes and was also greeted to a 30 minute flight with an instructor to get a feel of the aircraft that I would be training in should I want to partake a pilot course with them in the future. One of my career goals is to obtain my commercial pilots license through a Diploma of Aviation and fly aircraft internationally and I feel as if the open day reinforced why I wanted to undertake this career path, as well as my love for planes.

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23 November 2018 Gyan Sahay | News | Whole School  

On the 9th of November 2018, Homebush Boys and Strathfield Girls collaborated to create a unique and colourful dance item to perform in celebration of Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights.

For the first time, interested students from both schools were given an opportunity to rehearse and perform a dance medley in the front of our school assembly. It was quite a daunting process. However, over time the fear of performing in front of a large audience faded and was replaced with feelings of pride and accomplishment, as all of the boys; learned the dance in and out every Monday and Friday for more than two months. The girls at SGHS helped us learn the dances which they choreographed based on our skills. Ms Sarkar, Ms Singh and Ms Sahay were a large part of the driving forces that made the event possible and they took time out of their busy schedule to help us.

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