Today is Education Support Workers Day, an advocacy day celebrating the work of education support workers and recognising the invaluable work they do in teaching and assisting their students.Read More
Its all about honoring and celebrating the mothers and motherly figures in our life. Here at Sunshine campus, we celebrated Mother's Day with the entire campus.
What an event it was at Sunshine campus!! Starting with a warm welcome at the coffee & cookie caravan, followed by tour by our very own students and staff, to sausage sizzles, live music and games. Words can't describe the fun and positive atmosphere of the event so see for youself.
As per Government announcement on 12th Feb 2021 1PM, a state wide Stage 4 restriction lockdown are in place as of midnight tonight.HHA will be closed during this time. Please answer a phone call from your Youth Worker on Monday morning.
The Hester Hornbrook community congratulates our students who graduated this year. Covid 19 has made this a really difficult year for school, study and completion of work.
In recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and that they have occupied and cared for the continent we all live on for the past 65,000 year, we are celebrating NAIDOC week this year from 8th-15th November.This year's NAIDOC theme is "Always Was, Always Will Be".
There has been a buzz in the air for the last few weeks at the Hester Hornbrook Academy, while students prepared their job applications, resumes and cover letters for their upcoming Mock Interviews.
Today is World Teachers Day, a time to thank the teachers of The Hester Hornbrook Academy for their tireless commitment and dedication to our students.Through the crazy year that has 2020 been, they have continued to support our students and their families.
A reminder to all staff and students that face masks must be worn to and from school and while you are on campus. Don’t forget your face mask!
We are all returning to school from Friday 9th October, this is when our VET classes resume. When the students and staff return to our campuses physical distancing and essential hygiene practices will again be in place to ensure that everyone is kept safe and healthy.
Every Wednesdays in Term 4 at City campus (Level 7) from 9AM to 4PM, all SBAT students will be getting the extra support with study tips and tricks from our Pathways and Transition Coordinator, Sarah Keogh.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, it is affecting the lives of so many of us in ways we never imagined. Lives and countless jobs have been lost and the education and supports for our students have been impacted.