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Clarkson Community High School students were featured in The West Australian newspaper Thursday 22 September 2016. Article courtesy of Tayissa Sweetlove
It is rare for police to want to see teenagers let loose inside a police car but this week saw a notable exception.
A WA Police Academy resilience program invited six automotive enthusiasts from Clarkson Community High School to help with the finishing touches of the restoration of a vintage police sedan.
The 1964 Ford Anglia, formerly on display in the WA Police Historical Society museum looked as good as new when the students were finished.
Article courtesy of North Coast TimesPictures: Martin Kennealey
SCHOOL partnerships are supporting police engagement with students at Clarkson Community High School and Yanchep District High School.
The WA Police and Community Youth Centres (PCYC) is expanding its youth services into the North West Metropolitan area, using funds provided by the Department of Local Government and Communities.
Program co-ordinator Christine Howard said the service expansion would engage with local youth, with the first outreach event planned at Yanchep District High School this Friday.
Article courtesy of North Coast Times. Picture: Martin Kennealey. Raudhah Soffian and Habir Jumani’s rendition of a motivational song has been uplifting and encouraging students at Clarkson Community High School.
CLARKSON Community High School’s remix of a motivational song has resonated in overseas education forums.
In step with the school’s invitational theory approach to learning, staff asked head boy Habir Jumani and student councillor Raudhah Soffian to compose music for The Invitational Good Morning Song.
Principal John Young said a video of Habir playing the drums and Raudhah on the guitar and vocals, posted on the school website this month, quickly got students and others talking.