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Students involved in the traditional dance for Move It Mob Style

Lights, camera . . . dance

The Move It Mob Style crew visited Wilcannia recently to film footage as part of the TV show's "virtual adventures" to communities to showcase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance and music. The NITV (National Indigenous... Read more

The benefits of team sports

Winter sports are getting underway and many parents will soon be getting out of bed early on cold weekend mornings to transport their children to sports fields across town. The good news is that even if your child's team never... Read more

Meeting your child’s teacher

Meeting teachers to discuss your child's progress or behaviour can be daunting, but there's no need to feel anxious. Remember, you and the school are partners in your child's learning. Whether it's regular parent -teacher... Read more

The most important skill to teach your child

One common trait all successful adults have is resilience. The ability to bounce back from disappointment is something we have the opportunity to teach our children every day. As our kids constantly remind us, life isn't always... Read more

Help with your child's homework in one click

The School A to Z app has been created by the NSW Department of Education to help parents and their school-aged children, wherever and whenever they have homework and study questions. It's available free for Android and Apple... Read more

Data tracks student progress

Wilcannia Central School has collected data on all students from Kindergarten to Year 10 and each primary class now has individual targets for all students. Classes in Years 7 to 10 have been redesigned to ensure there is a... Read more

Wilcannia Central School, a Connected Communities school, provides individualised learning for students Pre-School to Year 12 with an empahsis on literacy and numeracy, post-school options, community engagement and quality teaching and leadership.