Archive for the ‘Bingara Central School’ Category

Bingara slam dunks upgraded covered basketball court
Bingara Central School students and members of the local community will now be slam dunking in the shade, with a $113,734 NSW Government-funded upgrade of the basketball court, including an allweather cover and lighting, now complete. Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall visited the school last week to inspect...
Bingara teachers awarded scholarships
The achievements of two teachers at Bingara Central School will open up great opportunities for both primary and secondary students at the school. Mr Scot Crispin was informed that he was successful in gaining a Rural and Remote Scholarship to attend the NSW Future Focused Learning (STEM) conference held...
Gwydir River Rats deliver new playing uniforms and training equipment to Bingara Central School
At the conclusion of the 2018 season, Gwydir Rugby Club set about raising funds through the auction of a special one-off combined Gwydir/Barraba jersey as a concept and a celebration of the success of the merger agreement between the two rugby clubs. It was decided that the funds raised...
Erica moves into the school swimming history book
Erica Dixon had an historic showing at the 2019 Bingara Central School Twilight Swimming carnival recently, breaking 5 records on her way to claiming the Open Girls Age Champion. Erica had an outstanding evening, breaking the Bingara Central School records for the 33m Freestyle, Breaststroke, and Backstroke, as well as...
Celebrating success at Bingara Central School
Bingara’s Roxy Theatre was packed last Wednesday evening for the Bingara Central School’s annual Presentation Night, where, in the words of school Principal, Brooke Wall, “we come together to celebrate the successes you have achieved throughout the year.” Students from Year 3 to Year 12 received book and certificate awards...
Carbon Science: Science Culture workshops excite learning
‘An artist, a farmer and a scientist walk into a bar …’ is a quirky title for an amazing process of learning and discovery. The idea, that these three people can engage in conversation around common subjects led to the Carbon Science: Carbon Culture Workshops at The Living Classroom...
Kamahl and Bingara Central kids a hit at the Roxy
When the then US President Barack Obama visited Australia in 2011, devout fan, the Australian singer, Kamahl was very keen to meet him. He contacted his friend, Senator John Williams, who arranged for Kamahl to attend a dinner at Parliament House where the US President was guest of honour. It...
Bingara Central School commemorates Anzac Day
The Spirit of the ANZAC tradition lives on strongly in Bingara, including the Bingara Central School. At a special Anzac Commemoration Service at Bingara Central School last Wednesday morning, students took an active part in the service. Students, staff and invited guests assembled in the school grounds...
Bingara nails threepointer with $113,734 for new courts
Students at Bingara Central School and members of the local community will soon be slam dunking in the shade, with a $113,734 NSW Government funding windfall to upgrade the basketball court, including an all-weather cover and lighting.  Member for Northern Tablelands Adam Marshall visited the school last week to inspect...
Three Bingara students to swim at State Carnival
Three students from Bingara Central School are in training to represent the school at the State Championships next month. Erica Dixon, Brock Galvin and Liam Johnson qualified to represent Bingara Central School and the North West at the Regional Swimming Carnivals in Armidale. Erica Dixon, Liam...