Stars Shine on WIN TV News

Stars and Mentors from Thuringowa State High School featured in this great story on WIN TV News Townsville.

A wonderful acknowledgement of the Stars values – Respect, Honesty, Commitment, Pride – and of the amazing work of our Mentors and the awesome achievements of the young women in our programs.

STARS FOUNDATION

STARS FOUNDATION: Mentors from Stars Foundation have been working closely with female high school students, to help them make positive choices and realise their potential.The program focusses on promoting a positive school environment, and more than one-hundred and fifty students have been taking part.

Posted by WIN News Townsville on Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Stars Shine in Research Traineeships

Two of our 2017 Stars graduates have been providing inspiration to younger Stars in their roles as trainees at Menzies School of Health Research in Darwin.

Stars graduates, Raelene Collins and Tasha Cole, recently had the opportunity to show some of our current Stars students around their new workplace.

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From Little Things Big Things Grow

Year 11 Stars from Thuringowa State High School in Townsville had a brilliant time during their camp at Bowen.

The visited a farm that produces seed for other growers, a farm growing corn for supermarket sale, and the only all-female-run farm in the district.READ MORE

Trip to Ancient Kakadu

Excellent attendance and a great attitude at school led to some Year 11 Stars from Casuarina Senior College in Darwin being taken on a camp to the spectacular Kakadu National Park recently.

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Art Stars of the Future

Stars is proud to have some amazingly talented artists among its students!

A range of truly beautiful artworks created by Stars students at Haileybury Rendall School (HRS) in Darwin featured in a joint exhibition with Clontarf students recently.

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Stars Making History

Casuarina Senior School Stars were thrilled to play off in one of the curtain-raiser games before the NRL Parramatta Eels vs Cowboys game in Darwin over the weekend.

The girls made history by playing in the very first Under 16s girls Rugby League Eels Cup, winning 52 to 4 against MacKillop.

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Good Tukka

As part of the Healthy Lifestyles pillar of the Stars plan, our girls at Thuringowa State High School in Townsville completed an eight-week cooking and nutrition program, Tukka Tools, provided by Diabetes Queensland.

Tukka Tools was adapted from the Need for Feed program by the Cape York Health Council and is specifically designed to suit the needs of Indigenous high school students in Queensland.

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Working on Wellbeing at Katherine Gorge

Year 12 Stars from Katherine High School were taken on an overnight Wellbeing Camp to the stunning Nitmiluk National Park, located on the tradition lands of the Jawoyn people.

The girls set up camp at the Ngangang Youth camping grounds before venturing out on a sunset hike to Baruewi Lookout at the western end of the ruggedly beautiful Katherine Gorge system.

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