Archive for the ‘Bingara Central School’ Category

Kaitlyn becomes a published Starr
Bingara Central School’s Kaitlyn Starr, is set to be a published author after her entry in the Write 4 Fun writing competition was selected for the competition’s anthology. Kaityly Starr The year 9 student’s short story, “Empty Heart”, tells the fictional tale of a character, trained to...
Bingara Central School’s 2020 Anzac Day Tribute
Congratulations to Bingara Central School on their wonderful Anzac Day Presentation.  Social isolation has necessitated commemorating in different ways this year and the school has done the community proud. Here is the video broadcast on Social Media on Anzac Day with the accompanying message from Principal Brooke Wall. "The connections to...
Bingara explodes with colour
Bingara students had a colourful time running on Friday afternoon, with a chance to raise funds for their school. Students from Kindergarten to year twelve enjoyed cooling off on the hot afternoon. Teachers and staff took great delight in hosing children at several stations around the oval as they...
Local school’s playgrounds open for the holidays
Croppa Creek Public School, Warialda Public School and Bingara Central School are again participating in the NSW State Government’s Share Our Space Program. This initiative sees public schools open for the community to utilise outdoor facilities during school holidays.  From Monday, 30th September until Sunday, 13th October these schools will...
FROM BINGARA TO BEIJING
Congratulations Lachlan Starr! As a finalist of the Head On Student Prize 2019, Lachlan’s work has been selected for inclusion in the international 'The World in the Eyes of Youth' exhibition to be shown in Beijing. Winners will be offered an all inclusive trip to China during Photo Beijing 2019. This is...
State NAIDOC award for Bingara student
During NAIDOC week this year students participated in a variety of competitions including colouring in and poem writing for those in Primary School. High School students could enter the short story writing, creative writing and essay writing competitions. Luka Barac proudly wearing his Medal of Excellence. There...
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...