“Footy Colours Day was coming up and when my teacher announced it, I misheard it as “Forty Colours Day”. That inspired me to design a shirt with forty plus colours on it. I painted all over it on the night of the October 25th, 2020. As for the design, I wondered what I could do […]

Congratulations to all staff and students who participated positively in Port Lincoln High School’s celebration of Footy Colours Day for 2020, raising money for the Fight Cancer Foundation. Yesterday’s festivities included a staff vs. student football game (won by the highly talented staff squad, of course), a watermelon-eating contest, a longest kick competition and a […]

  In case you missed it… …part of last Friday’s visit by SA Education Minister Mr John Gardner MP and Member for Flinders Mr Peter Treloar MP was captured by Nightly News 7 Spencer Gulf’s Nathan Regter. It was the lead item on that night’s bulletin and can be viewed here:

  Yesterday, our wonderful community mentors were the guests on honour at a thank you morning tea on the deck of our Commercial Kitchen. They were joined at the event by their mentees and members of the PLHS Wellbeing Team. Sincere thanks to Miss Kesby Turner-Wiebreck and her Year 10 Food Technology class for preparing […]

Again, we thank SA Education Minister Mr John Gardner MP for his visit last Friday, and hope he enjoys displaying Nathaniel’s wonderful artwork in his office.   Port Lincoln High School student Nathaniel Hirschausen-Burk is a young Wirangu/Kokatha/Kaurna artist who was kind enough to give me his terrific painting “Links to the Past”.  It is […]