Willans Hill School students continue to triumph in 2020

The work experience and transition out of school programs were a huge success for the school this year.
The work experience and transition out of school programs were a huge success for the school this year.

The grand opening of a new playground started the year at Willans Hill School. It was a long time coming and the students have enjoyed their new space. The playground is inclusive for all students and will soon include a new sandpit.

After an exciting start it wasn't long until learning from home became the new normal as Covid forced everyone to stay at home.

"Staff did an amazing job of connecting with and providing engaging learning experiences," relieving principal Terri Inglis said.

 Willans Hill School students displayed resilience and flexibility during the learning from home period while staff worked hard to connect with students and provide an engaging learning experiences.

Willans Hill School students displayed resilience and flexibility during the learning from home period while staff worked hard to connect with students and provide an engaging learning experiences.

"Our students have continued to triumph and achieve beyond our expectations."

This year more students than ever before took on work placements out in the community.

"Willans Hill would like to thank the Wagga Wagga community for their continued support of students," Mr Inglis said.

"Our school community, Parents and Citizens Association and the broader community have continued to work together with great success and create valued learning partnerships."

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