Oberon High | A banner, some yarning ... and a kangaroo lunch

MEANING: Oberon High School students Kelsey Sheehy, Molly Deaton, Elsa Schrader, Porchae Mobbs, Micah Leihn and Allison Bennett with the NAIDOC Week banner.
MEANING: Oberon High School students Kelsey Sheehy, Molly Deaton, Elsa Schrader, Porchae Mobbs, Micah Leihn and Allison Bennett with the NAIDOC Week banner.

OBERON High School students were invited to add yellow to their uniform on Tuesday, November 10 to acknowledge NAIDOC Week.

Celebrations started with the launch of our fantastic banner, which Stage 5 students and Mr Lyle designed. Well done, everyone.

Students engaged in Yarning Circle lessons and lunch was a delicious spread of emu, kangaroo, camel and buffalo sausages.

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REMEMBRANCE DAY

SCHOOL captains Ella and Grant represented our school during the Remembrance Day town ceremony which was held at the cenotaph at Oberon RSL Sub Branch Military Museum last Wednesday.

Students laid a wreath in honour of our service personnel who did not return.

At the school, the school's other captains, Lucas and James, staff and students paid their respects with a commemorative address, the Ode and National Anthem as well as the traditional one minute silence and wreath laying.

On display was a new commemorative wall plaque showing the names of local people who served and did not return.