Secondary archives

Cabramatta High’s Korean exchange

In 2011 students and teachers at Cabramatta High began an international exchange program with Jeju Seo Middle School, Korea. Students say...Students speak for themselves about the benefits of the program:It was a once in a life time opportunity for both sister

Menai High & Beverly Hills IEC

On Tuesday 28th February 2006, 15 students from Beverly Hills Intensive English Centre (IEC) visited Menai High School in the first of many cultural exchanges involving the two schools. The exchange began as a response to the unrest experienced in Cronulla

Beverly Hills IEC & Connabarabran High

In May 2007, 15 students from Beverly Hills Intensive English Centre (IEC) travelled to Coonabarabran to meet local students and the local Gamilaraay elders. This is one of many exchanges involving the schools.Students from Beverly Hills IEC, which is located

Wollumbin High’s Korean experience

Wollumbin High School is not new to cultural exchange. Recently, it extended its exchange program overseas to Korea. In this exchange, Wollumbin High School forms a sister school relationship with Jijok Middle School in Korea. The aim of the program is

Wollumbin High, Kingscliff High, & Beverly Hills IEC

This video shows the 2009 culmination of the 3-way exchange between Beverly Hills IEC, Wollumbin High, and Kingscliff High, in which Wollumbin High students finally paid a reciprocal visit to BHIEC.The exchange story began back in 2006... contactOn Tuesday 16th

Campbelltown Performing Arts & West Wyalong High

A continuing country/city exchange program.In this exchange, students from Campbelltown Performing Arts High School return to visit their friends at West Wyalong High School to build on the links already established over previous years.In 2008, West Wyalong High School continued

Lismore High & Evans IEC – refugee reunions

Lismore High and Evans Intensive English Centre bringing refugee students togetherIn this exchange, newly arrived refugee students from two very different parts of NSW come together.The purpose of this program was to help refugee students, many from Sudan, link up

Engadine High’s cultural awareness strategies

Engadine High School has been conducting cultural exchange programs for many years. The school, which is located in southern Sydney, has a population of students from mainly English speaking backgrounds. It has a long history of exchanging with schools with varied and

Birrong Girls High & Engadine High

Engadine High School in the Sutherland Shire and Birrong Girls High School in south western Sydney have been exchanging since 2005.When Birrong Girls and Engadine High Schools first began their cultural exchange program, teachers used games of soccer, drama activities

Mitchell & Quirindi High Schools

Mitchell and Quirindi High Schools share local experiences In this exchange, students join together to develop understandings of life in Sydney and country New South Wales. When the City of Blacktown formed a sister council relationship with Liverpool Plains Council,