Chester Hill High School's 13th Annual Multicultural Flag Day was celebrated in three separate presentations over two days at the end of term two. The whole school community came together for this magnificent event and it was wonderful to see students, teachers and parents working together to create an event which has become renowned across the district and region.
There were too many highlights of this magnificent event to mention them all but some included: the student address presented by Razia Ebrahimi of year 11, the presentation of the World Refugee Day Banner made by our IEC students led by Mrs Liau, the multimedia presentation "From Little Things Big Things Grow" developed by our Video Production Team led by Ms Manion, the many dance groups and the special dance finale organised by Ms Scarce and Ms Clarke and the musical items and singing coordinated by Mr Nguyen and Ms Arnold.
Her Excellency professor Marie Bashir AC CVO, Governor of NSW and her husband Sir Nicholas Shahadie AC OBE were our guests and the school has received a letter from the Governor, thanking and congratulating the school community on another successful flag day.
A special thanks must be given to Mrs Fields and Mr Brown for their wonderful organisation and coordination of the day.