Deadly awards at Woy Woy campus
Brisbane Water Secondary College Woy Woy Campus hosted its annual Deadly Awards ceremony on Thursday, December 7.
The Deadly Awards acknowledged the consistent efforts and achievements of aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students on the Peninsula.
The local schools in attendance consisted of Empire Bay Public School, Ettalong Public School, Umina Public School, Woy Woy Public School, Woy Woy South Public School and Brisbane Water Secondary College Umina and Woy Woy Campuses.
The awards included 100 per cent Attendance, Outstanding Attendance, Academic Excellence, Academic Achievement, Cultural Excellence, Cultural Encouragement, Excellence in Sporting, Leadership, University Early Acceptance Awards and $500 scholarship from Kari Aboriginal Resources and Woy Woy Rugby League for two senior school students.
"The evening allowed for community gathering to appreciate and feature our 'deadly' students all over the Peninsula," according to senior student Dylan Barnes.
"The evening also featured guest speakers Brandon Grosse, Val Frances and Caitlin Grosse, who were past recipients of the awards, and performances by the Mingaletta Didge and Dance Group," he said.
Media release, 7 Dec 2017
Dylan Barnes, BWSC Woy Woy
Add a comment
Comments entered here may be published in the Forum section of Peninsula News.
Name, full residential address and daytime telephone number are required, but
only name and suburb will be published. This is a moderated forum: Contributions
will not appear here until they are approved by the editor. Contributions may appear in an edited form.