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Posted on 27 October, 2016

From School to the Pool

From School to the Pool

The learn-to-swim program is an important part of the orientation curriculum for Darwin High’s SIEU (Secondary Intensive English Unit) students. Many of these students are in their first year of living in Australia and have not yet learned to swim. In schools, only teachers who have trained under AUSTSWIM, Australia's national organisation for the teaching of swimming and water safety, can teach swimming to school students and Darwin High School is a proud partner of this valuable program.

The Darwin Region Senior Schools Swimming Carnival is on in November and provides DHS students with the opportunity to compete against other senior schools in Darwin. This competition is also a stepping stone for swimmers who wish to compete at national level. If students wish to compete, please come to the Careers office and register with  Miss Goodvach.

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Students and their families are encouraged to download the Darwin High School SkoolBag app to their smart phone/tablet device. The SkoolBag app allows you to stay up to date with announcements and events, complete a range of e-forms for student absences and excursions and easily contact us via phone or email direct from the app.

From School to the Pool
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