Oberon Public | Students get chance to show true footy colours

HAPPY: Oberon Public School students Oliver and Nathan show their footy colours in recognition of their efforts in demonstrating the 3Rs.
HAPPY: Oberon Public School students Oliver and Nathan show their footy colours in recognition of their efforts in demonstrating the 3Rs.

STUDENTS from kindergarten to year six were acknowledged for their commitment to being responsible, respectful and safe learners at Oberon Public School on Friday, June 14.

Students were able to wear their favourite team's footy colours or jumper in recognition of their efforts in demonstrating the "3Rs" in all school settings.

SUPPORTERS: Oberon Public School students Cooper, Cooper, Brax and Cooper wearing their footy jerseys last week.

SUPPORTERS: Oberon Public School students Cooper, Cooper, Brax and Cooper wearing their footy jerseys last week.

Students have been working hard and taking the initiative in demonstrating school-wide expectations and resilience in the classroom and the playground.

Each Friday, students and teachers work together in developing understanding and skills in resilience through our "Bounce Back" initiative, where we learn about and practise developing resilience through practical applications in line with our school codes of behaviour and expectations.

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