Christian College Hosts Third Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea


With almost 250 people in attendance, including members of the Singleton RFS, Police, local businesses and the families of students, Singleton’s Australian Christian College hosted their third Cancer Council Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea.

Peace pole unveiled at St Catherine’s


Student leaders from St Catherine’s Catholic College gathered with Rotarians last term for the unveiling of the school’s first peace pole.

Catholic Education Offers Everything in the Upper Hunter

Serving communities throughout the Upper Hunter, Catholic Schools ensure each and every student receives a quality education in a supportive environment and has the opportunity to grow academically, spiritually, physically and emotionally.

Students Set to Rock You


For the first time in years, Muswellbrook High School is putting on a musical, one that is set to rock.

All the Fun at the Fete


It has been a long time coming but Singleton Heights Public School finally celebrated their fete last Friday.

Rumbel qualifies for Brisbane


The lockdown era has well and truly come to an end for junior athletics talents in the Muswellbrook and Singleton area.

Bryan Palmer Shield


Scone Public was not the only school to produce a line-up to contest a state final.

Bush Tucker garden opened at St Mary’s


When Mrs Diana Gillett was appointed as Aboriginal Education Teacher of St Mary’s Primary School, she suspected it would be a temporary role.

Showcase Shares Wellbeing Ideas


Nowhere else globally will you see a cluster model of wellbeing like that in place across the Upper Hunter.

Students Shine at Wingham Beef Week


Agricultural studies are difficult to fully grasp without the practical component and Wingham Beef Week provided the perfect opportunity for students at St Catherine’s Catholic college in Singleton to experience just that.

Pre-School welcomes Subpod


Singleton Heights’ Skallywags Pre-School community has welcomed a new addition to its site.

National Spotlight on School Backpack Program

School wasn’t even back yet for students at St Joseph’s Primary School at Denman, but the grounds were full of excitement last week when some special visitors made an appearance.

Academic Success Opens New Opportunities

Singleton High School’s Sam Harrison, Kayla Maloney and Rachael Waugh were presented with Academic Excellence Scholarships from Glencore as 2020 Year 12 graduates celebrated their achievements with excitement of future endeavours.

Students hit the courts

Students at Muswellbrook South Public School are enjoying getting active thanks to the local ClubGrants program.

Macarthur takes top vote

It was a bumper roll up for the 2020 Upper Hunter Shire’s Mayor for a Day competition, with 675 children from local primary schools submitting their ideas through short essays or postcard pictures.

Kids enjoy holiday fun

In Muswellbrook there have been a number of options to keep the kids busy during school holidays.

Students Jumping For Joy

Students at Muswellbrook Public School are enjoying the opportunity to try something new thanks to support from Bengalla.

Awards acknowledge the support

Randi and Rob Thraves were recognised at this year’s Education Week Awards for their contribution to Broke School and what a contribution that is.

St Xavier’s walk down memory lane

1980: There are plenty of familiar faces in the class of 1980 from St Xavier’s Primary School. Look out when they are among those catching up for a school reunion being organised by former student Tim Sutton and his energetic committee.

No Judgements

YARNING: King Street Public School’s Aboriginal Education Officer Pauline Mitchell with students Abbie Coward, Year 4, Brayden Capell and Nathan Dale, Year 6.

Students share their care

Lachlan Donaldson (far left) with fellow work colleagues at the NSW Ambulance Northern Control Centre who were recipients of thank you notes from Australian Christian College. Lachlan had contacts with the school, his wife Carmel works in administration.