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Stage 4 students touring the InnerFit Complex at Leichhardt, where they will start a 6 week gym program on 30th May.. ... See MoreSee Less

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Stage 4 lunch stop at Kiama, on there way to Gerroa to start a 3 day camp. ... See MoreSee Less

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Stage 4 activity rock climbing at St Peters. ... See MoreSee Less

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Stage 5 student Rebecca spent her Term 1 work experience week at C.K. Smash Repairs, Hornsby, where her older brother, Damian, works. Damian was also a student at Berne, graduating from Year 10 in 2008. During his time at the school Damian did work experiences in the automotive industry and even worked one day a week with a mechanic. He continued this work full time after school, eventually taking on an apprenticeship as a spray painter which he successfully completed some years ago now. Apparently girls make excellent spray painters due to their good attention to detail but there are still only few of them in the industry. A possible career Bec? ... See MoreSee Less

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Breakfast ingredients provided by Rob our volunteer and prepared,cooked & served by the stage 5 students. ... See MoreSee Less

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Dylan from stage 4 in the wood work rooms working on his project ... See MoreSee Less

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Stage 4 students have started learning woodwork skills this term as a component of their Timber Technology studies. They have designed their family tree and are now making it out of plywood under the watchful eye and with expert guidance from our woodwork teachers; Br Chris Hogan, our Principal Mr Rick Sidorko and our Assistant Principal Mr James Le Huray. The students and staff are enjoying the experience and the end products are coming along nicely, ... See MoreSee Less

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Rowan, Michael & Noah tending to the ever growing snow peas. ... See MoreSee Less

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More amazing high flying photos are now in from Stage 5's sailing yesterday. This time featuring Noah and our brave teacher Tanja ... See MoreSee Less

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Week 2 of the sailing program is proving to be very exciting despite the lack of wind on the harbour. Students had the opportunity to work as a team and hoist each other up the 29m mast. ... See MoreSee Less

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