Little Mob is a group where First Nations students can spend time with friends, have fun learning about First Nations' culture and build pride. Little Mob was created from discussion at our first Yarning Circle, where our families shared the importance of belonging. So, our First Little Mob began. Little Mob has grown to include access to the Deadly Choices programme. Our hope is that our Little Mob will influence our whole school through sharing and pride.
In year 6, there is the yearbook committee who are responsible for compiling and editing the year 6 yearbook presented to students upon Graduation. They meet twice weekly during lunchtimes to work on this project. Students benefit from learning new computer skills and enhancing their organisation and collaboration skills.
Senior students are invited to join Rotary at school. They work through the program with teacher facilitators expanding their understanding and application of community service. The areas of community are: community service; physical recreation; social experiences including community commemorations and community meetings; the arts; the environment; cultural and religious exchange.