On Friday 1st September, Noble Park campus and Casey campus both hosted the International Day Concert to celebrate cultural diversity. Students dressed up in beautiful cultural costumes and showcased performances unique to their cultures. There were Armenian wedding dance, pop song from China, African dance, French sings, Afghani fashion parade, Cambodian coconut shell dance, a magic show and many more. Thanks to all staff who helped organise this event.
Noble Park English Language School has always placed an emphasis on educating our students about Australian history and Aboriginal history. Just like previous years, we celebrated NAIDOC Week and Sorry Day with a very special performance by Big Al and his sons from Western Creations. Students participated in fun Aboriginal dances and learnt about indigenous culture. Thanks very much for the excellent performances, and thanks to the hardworking staff who organised this amazing event.
On Friday 9th December, Noble Park Campus had a Topsy Turvy Dress Up day. Students and teachers could wear their tops and jackets backwards, different shoes, mismatching socks and any whacky funky costumes!
This term, students of Noble Park English Language School are extremely fortunate to receive a fantastic Water Safety Program delivered by Life Saving Victoria at Bon Beach. Students could go in the water with lifeguards to learn how to stay safe in the water. Students could play with surfboards, wear life jackets, learn how to float and play lots of fun beach games.
As many drowning incidents happen among new arrivals, we find it extremely important for our students to learn how to be safe around water. No matter they are children, teenagers or adults, nobody should swim alone. Also, we should always read the signs on the beach and always swim between the yellow flags.
Last week we had 2 International Day concerts. One was at the Noble Park campus and the other was at the Casey campus. Both concerts were a huge success. The theme this year is “Different People, Stand Together”. The concert celebrates multiculturalism as there are students and staff from over twenty different nations at our school. Students showcased their culture through costumes, dancing and music.
Thank you all the staff and students who worked so hard all term practising and co-ordinating the concert.