'The Summerland Bush Dance' was an amazing success with around 700 people attending!
Read more: The Best 'Summerland Bush Dance' YET!
STEM is a program within the school that identifies gifted students and extends their education to include project-based lessons that explore scientific and engineering principles.
Read more: This Year in STEM
As part of our History and Geography unit, Year 3 has been learning about the different types of farms in the Northern Rivers and how our food is processed from the ‘Paddock to our Plates’.
Read more: From the Paddock to our Plate
Recently, as part of our circle geometry studies, Gen8 Math students stretched their brains by competing in a “Pi” competition.
Read more: Gen 8 have Pi... and eat it too!
Years 5's fabulous afternoon of learning!
Read more: Learning about Severe Weather!
Read more: Trindy's Spider Hats
Read more: Jonas Clark selected for NSW CIS Hockey
The Bill Turner Trophy is a school soccer competition for girls aged 15 and under.
Read more: U15 Girls Bill Turner Trophy
Our annual school Cross Country Carnivals were held on 27th April (Primary) and 1st May (Secondary).
Read more: 2017 School Cross Country Carnivals
“On Tuesday 4th April, eleven of our Year 7 Girls attended their 'Beautiful' Graduation at the Summerland House Farm.
Read more: Yr 7 & 8 'Beautiful' Graduation!
The Bill Turner Cup is one of the world’s largest team sport competitions.
Read more: U15 Boys Bill Turner Cup
It is with a huge amount of excitement and pride that we introduce to you one of new Secondary staff members, Miss Serena Gallagher.
Read more: Meet Miss Gallagher!
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