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It was a very special Breakfast Club at Clarkson today as we said a fond farewell to Sgt Rebecca Mayger of Clarkson Police as she moves to traffic enforcement in the coming days.
Staff and students would like to thank Rebecca for her help in the past and Clarkson Police for their continuing support of our Breakfast Club. Good luck, Sgt Rebecca!
This event was also covered by the North Coast Times Community Newspaper
Teams of keen science students from Clarkson, Merriwa and Somerly Primary Schools were recently invited to Clarkson Community High School for the chance to compete in the “Clarkson Challenge”. In its ninth year, the Clarkson Challenge is an academic problem-solving program in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths), where students are set problems to solve using scientific knowledge, technology skills and teamwork, all while following a design process.
We all know that the world is moving towards an energy crisis as fossil fuels begin to run out. Alternative fuels will need to be developed if we are to meet the transport needs of future generations whilst at the same time protecting the environment. Therefore, the idea behind this year’s Clarkson Challenge was to inspire our future scientists to solve this issue by producing an emissions-free solar powered car using sustainable materials and innovative techniques such as 3D printing.
In June 2019 a group of student councilors attended a leadership camp at Woodman Point. The purpose of this camp was to teach the students how to be good leaders.
The event was enjoyed by all and the students left with a sense of personal growth. Thank you to all involved!
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