Tahlia receives State selection
Congratulations to Year 10 student, Tahlia Barwick, on her selection in the New South Wales Youth Advisory Council. This is a wonderful recognition of one of our passionate students and speaks highly of her motivation and enthusiasm to make a difference.
The NSW Youth Advisory Council (YAC) plays an important role in advising the NSW Government on issues that are relevant to young people across the state. The 12 member YAC provides a direct avenue of communication between young people and the NSW Government. Membership of the YAC is open to all children and young people between 12 and 24 years of age residing in NSW.
Tahlia also recently launched Paper Hearts which is an initiative to help our elderly who are feeling isolated during the Covid-19 pandemic. Well done Tahlia, you've done us proud.
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Read More Feb 25 2021
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Read More Feb 22 2021
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Read More Feb 19 2021