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18 May 2020
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Pocket parks face renewed threat, says reserves group
Woy Woy postmaster retires after 35-year career
Council approves five-storey hotel for Ettalong
Video meeting of community groups welcomed
Masterplan on display for second time
Draft plan envisages revitalisation of Woy Woy
Draft strategy 'well-considered and consistent', says Cox
Council appoints panel, but records its objection
Hardy's Bay club seeks $100,000 to avoid closure
Clothing ready for distribution
Rotary club connects with English club in video call
Salvos asks for online donations for Red Shield Appeal
Open space and footpath projects continue
Powers of council chief to be reviewed
Chamber of Commerce joins in Buy Local campaign
Many gamblers helped by lockdown, says counsellor
Ideas wanted for Wagstaffe Square garden
Residents asked to check their eligibility for vouchers
Donations sought of study and care packages
CWA produce becomes raffle prizes
Tip re-opens
Aged care facilities receive extra funding
Stores to re-open
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Council starts to respond to lack of toilet soap
Local planning panel is a win for developers
Deserving public acknowledgement
Rotary thanks patrons and sponsors
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Approval for Woy Woy aged care $12 million alterations
Fundraising for rescue helicopter by kayak
Staff look over new aged care wing
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Fifth time lucky for Archibald Prize entrant?
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Online access for religious and ethics education
Maintenance work carried out over Easter break
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New water play park at Leisure Centre
Surf club uses grant to buy tractor
Roosters junior registration continues
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Tribute to Pearl Beach fire brigade
Brigade formed early to fight fires at Pearl Beach
... and the fires continue

Online access for religious and ethics education

Umina Beach Public School has given students access to new online curriculums being offered by approved providers of Special Religious Education and Special Education in Ethics, according to principal Ms Lyn Davise

These providers normally travel to schools to provide face-to-face student activities, but this service has been suspended, pushing their content into online programs, she said.

The school has made available five programs: All Faiths (Islamic, Jewish, Bahai and Hindu), Anglican, Catholic, Christian-based Faith and Primary Ethics.

Ms Davis said the programs aimed to educate families, parents, communities and carers as well as students, with a range of different faiths and lesson plans for students from kindergarten to high school available.

Access to the programs is provided through the Umina Beach Public School website at https://umina-p.schools.nsw.gov.au.





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