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Eisteddfod Students With Medals and Certificates

Lots Of Eisteddfod Success

Students from Wee Waa High School recently performed in the Speech and Drama section of the Narrabri Arts Eisteddfod and brought home an array of medals and place certificates. "This was our second year of training and entering students in the Eisteddfod", said Learning Support Teacher Carmel Schwager. "The growth in the students' confidence and performing skills was very evident and also noted by several members of the Narrabri Arts Eis teddfod Committee too."... Read more


Sponsors from Santos and CSD Ltd and Principal

Bush Bots Supporters Thanked

Sponsors of the Wee Waa High School Bush Bots Robotics Team were recently invited to share a morning tea with a riveting recount of the robotics semi-final battle, complete with live footage of what came down to the last three seconds of the battle round. Returning from Sydney after being knocked out in the semi-finals in the 2017 First International Robotics competition, the team was able to relive the final battle all over, and those in the audience could not help but hold their breaths in that final three seconds.... Read more


The Robot Revolution

The rise of robotics in Narrabri Shire schools has been gathering pace, particularly in the past year, but it is now growing faster than ever. Successful entries by both Narrabri and Wee Waa High Schools in the FIRST International Robotics competitions in Sydney in 2016 and this year have whetted the appetites at secondary school level for more...... Article courtesy of The Courier Robot Revolution (pdf 2160 KB)... Read more

Success at Royal Easter Show

Royal Success For WWHS Show Team

The Wee Waa Show might have come and gone just last week, but a success on the big stage a few weeks back is also being celebrated. Wee Waa High School's Show Team was triumphant at the Sydney Royal Easter Show. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. Royal Success (pdf 539 KB)... Read more

Wee Waa Show Team

The Show Goes On - Raining Or Not

Some traditional features were cancelled, but the 2017 Wee Waa show was successfully staged on the weekend and the community responded despite the rainy weather. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. Wee Waa Show 1 (pdf 249 KB)Wee Waa Show 2 (pdf 263 KB)Wee Waa Show 3 (pdf 200 KB)Wee Waa Show 4 (pdf 433 KB)... Read more

Sero-X Launch

A Launch To Remember

A story that it might be fair to say had its beginnings in Africa many decades ago was launched to the world from Wee Waa on Friday. Sero-X, an insecticide based on the butterfly pea plant, was launched in front of more than 100 invited guests at the Watts family's Renfrew park property. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. Sero X Launch (pdf 172 KB)... Read more

Coaching Clinic Participants

Lords Taverners Coaching Course A Hit

On Thursday and Friday April 27 and 28, peter and Sharon Hannon from Griffith University visited Narrabri. The two qualified athletics coaches passed on their wisdom to 11 members of the Narrabri Shire and surrounds. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. Coaching Clinic (pdf 133 KB)... Read more

Youth Week Events A Great Success

Youth Week Events A Great Success

Wee Waa High School recently hosted successful Youth Week events. Youth Week is a Department of Family and Community Services initiative. It was a week-long celebration for young people aged 12-25 years of age, with the primary aim of the week being to 'celebrate youth.' Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. Youth Week 2017 (pdf 176 KB)... Read more

Aboriginal Elder Takes Students on a Journey

Elder Takes Students On Journey

As part of 2016 NAIDOC week celebrations, Wee Waa High School applied for and received a grant to fund a cultural project that was directly linked to last year's NAIDOC theme, Songlines. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News... Read more

Wee Waa High School Leaders at ANZAC Day march

ANZAC Day - Wee Waa Honours Those Who Served

ANZAC Day seems to get bigger every year, and that was the case at services in Wee Waa and surrounding districts last week. And, as has been the trend, more and more young people are attending ANZAC services - never has that been more evident than in 2017. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. ANZAC Day 1 (pdf 370 KB)ANZAC Day 2 (pdf 344 KB)ANZAC Day 3 (pdf 198 KB)... Read more

Wee Waa High Students Entertain Guests

Bowling Club Hosts A Very Important Health Event

The key message at the Wee Waa Bowling Club late last month encouraged individuals to be proactive about heart health and to take responsibility for their overall health. HealthWise New England North West, in conjunction with the Heart Foundation, held an informative event at the Bowling Club on March 30 2017. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News Aboriginal Dance Group (pdf 228 KB)... Read more

Aboriginal Education Officer Network Meeting

Network A Great Learning Opportunity

Wee Waa High School played host recently to the quarterly network meeting for Aboriginal Education officers from the region. Eleven AEOs came together to discuss a range of topics including the curriculum, student welfare and professional development. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News AEO Network Meeting (pdf 348 KB)... Read more

Rugby Representative

Liam To Line Up For Blue Boars And CHS Rugby

Wee Waa High School Year 11 student Liam Clements has been selected for not one, but two rugby union representative squads. Liam will play in the North West Open Rugby Union team which will compete in the Combined High School Championship s in Armidale. He will also compete in the Central North under 19's competition with his local rugby club, the Blue Boars. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. Rugby Reps (pdf 118 KB)... Read more

Cattle show team off to Sydney Royal Easter Show

Ready To Take Sydney By Storm

The Wee Waa High School show team recently received a monumental boost from a number of agri supplies and family farming enterprises from across the shire, who came on board to sponsor the team's participation in this year's Sydney Royal Easter Show. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. Off to the Show (pdf 533 KB)... Read more

Bush Bots Return from Sydney

Brilliant Bush Bots

On March 15, the Wee Waa Bush Bots headed to Sydney for the 2017 South Pacific Regional FIRST Robotics Competition. For three days the Bush Bots competed against 42 other teams. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News.Brilliant Bush Bots (pdf 158 KB)... Read more

Art Workshops

Budding Artists Show Off Their Work

Combined Schools Art Exhibition Art Workshops proved popular with students. Articles courtesy of the Wee Waa Newspaper. Colour Galore 1 (pdf 265 KB) Colour Galore 2 (pdf 186 KB) Budding Young Artists Show (pdf 141 KB)... Read more

Aleisha Conomos and Bella Cruickshank

Duo March On To State Touch Football Tryouts

Wee Waa high School students Bella Cruickshank and Aleisha Conomos have continued their sporting success. The pair recently returned home from the Under - 15s regional touch football tryouts in Tamworth. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News.... Read more

WWHS Sports House Captains

2017 House Captains

The 2017 Wee Waa high school sports house captains have settled into their roles with the return of the school year, and recent swimming carnival. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. School Sports Captains (pdf 357 KB)... Read more

Aleisha Middleton

Aleisha Keeps On Improving

Wee Waa High School Year 11 student, Aleisha Middleton's cricketing success continues to boom. Recently, she represented Wee Waa High School for the fourth year in a row at the Combined High Schools state cricket carnival in Maitland. Aleisha Keeps on Improving (pdf 357 KB)... Read more

Robot unvealing

New Robot Revealed

A large number group gathered on Monday, March 6, for the unveiling of Wee Waa high School's new robot. The school's robotics team, the Bush Bots, showed off their new robot putting it through its paces in front of their sponsors, teachers, family and friends. Article courtesy of Wee Waa News. New Robot Revealed (pdf 151 KB)... Read more

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