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At Belconnen High School our purpose, in partnership with our community, is to provide an environment that promotes excellence, celebrates success, nurtures the wellbeing of all students and provides for their ongoing learning and academic needs. Our innovative educational programmes challenge and engage all students in a safe, inclusive and supportive environment.

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19 Aug 2022

Cultural Integrity - Connecting to Country

Connecting to Country 

In the four Connecting to Country classes the students have been learning about the importance of Bugong moths to Ngunnawal and surrounding high country nations.

These little moths migrate from northern NSW, away from the heat to cooler areas where they gather in crevices tessellating together. Each student coloured their Bogong moth (template by Ngarigu artist Sal Lavaro) before the student tessellated the moths on the wall in the Front Office and Student Wellbeing areas.

16 Jun 2022

Year 10 Leaders doing us proud

You may have heard in recent months about a group of quiet achievers here at Belconnen High School.  The year 10 leaders, Charlee and Lila established Operation Stay Afloat, an  initiative to help support the Tongan community ravaged by natural disaster.  The students reached out to their school community for donations of non-perishable food items, hygiene products, etc.

The girls have been recognised for their effort and commitment in making a difference in the lives of others in our community and overseas.

A recent interview with ABC Radio, Charlee (and her mum) talk about Operation Stay Afloat.

You can listen to the interview here 

Charlee and Lila are finalists in the ABC Community Spirit Awards (school age division) which will be announced this afternoon (Thursday, 16th June) at 3pm.

We wish Charlee and Lila all the very best!

27 May 2022

Arts/Tech Faculty News

Studio Art

Last term Yr 9/10 students worked on their first major project, ‘Self-Portrait in Any Form.’  Students were asked to self-reflect on their own character and personality before selecting an animal, object or subject that also portrays similar, traits.

Criteria included:

  • A series or sketches exploring drawing styles and various compositions
  • Drawing medium of graphite or charcoal
  • Paper size of A2 or A1
  • A supporting artist statement
  • Year 9 student, Alicia, has drawn ‘Self Portrait as an Owl’’ using willow charcoal on A2.  Her final body of work, a series of owl drawings, is currently on display in the school’s front office.

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