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Warners Bay High School

Warners Bay High School

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Principal's Message

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Welcome to the Term 2 Week 5 edition of the Bay Bulletin. There are so many great things happening at WBHS. Please see our website here or the WBHS Facebook page for some highlights and photos.

At A Glance

Much has been happening in the past five weeks in addition to great teaching and learning across the school every day. The highlights include Europe trip in the April school holidays, ANZAC Day assembly, Year 12 University Information Night, Year 10 Careers Expo, White Card course, Year 12 ORICA excursion, Grease The Musical excursion, Year 11 and 12 Conservatorium of Music excursion, Year 11 Investigating Science Stream Monitoring, Year 12 Trivia Night, RAISE Mentoring program, Game Changer Challenge, CAPA MAP MIMA excursion, Year 12 Geography Sydney excursion, Year 12 Law Student for a Day excursion, Rising From The Embers Festival excursion, Build Me A Future excursion, Year 10 Museum of Contemporary Arts and Luna Park excursion, Year 11 and 12 Food Services Australia excursion, Year 7, 8, and 9 “Wired” by Brainstorm Productions, Year 11 RoadWhyz presentation and Choral Fest.

We are very proud of the many teams who have recently represented WBHS as well as WBHS students representing Hunter in Combined High School competitions. These representatives include chess, AFL, soccer, tennis, diving, debating, swimming, boccia, hockey rugby union, water polo, rugby league, futsal, hockey, cross country, table tennis, netball and Oztag. Congratulations to all students who have been participating and representing our school with pride.

New Staff

We welcome Janelle Fitzgerald to the Student Support Officer (SSO) role at WBHS. The SSO plays a vital role in the school supporting student wellbeing.

Uniform Update

The uniform shop now has the new style girls’ sports shorts as well as the new style girls’ long pants in stock. The new polo featuring a stunning Aboriginal design will be available soon.

Also, your support is sought in reminding your son/daughter that hoodies are not allowed at school. Thank you in anticipation.


On Wednesday 29 May we held our PLP Day for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Students, together with their families, met with mentors to have a yarn and set goals for coming months. Thank you to everyone who made the day such a success.


Megan Fletcher

Relieving Principal