Earlier this year, our Stage 2 Outdoor Education class commenced a three-day bushwalking camp in the Gawler Ranges. All six students demonstrated their ability to plan and undertake the camp, during which we walked an enormous (but achievable) fifty kilometres. The route plan took us through assorted terrain, including rocky surfaces, 4WD tracks, thick […]

PLHS parents and students are advised that SEQTA has released app versions of their SEQTA Engage and SEQTA Learn portals. They can be downloaded (free) from the iTunes store: https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/seqta-engage/id1143067327?mt=8 https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/seqta-learn/id1143069793?mt=8

Late last term, Mrs Joh Walding’s Year 9 class headed to Lincoln National Park to conquer Stamford Hill as a part of their Health & Physical Education course. The weather was amazing, with the sun glinting off the water, the birds singing and a slight breeze cooling the skin of the huffing and puffing students; […]

  During the last week of Term 2, Port Lincoln High School hosted a delegation of visitors from the Chinese province of Shandong. The group were in Port Lincoln as part of Port Lincoln Primary School’s Bridge project. Whilst on their ten-day tour of Australia, the delegation spent several days with Port Lincoln families before […]

NAIDOC Week events are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The importance, resilience and richness of Indigenous languages was the focus of NAIDOC Week 2017. The “Our Languages Matter” theme aimed to emphasise and celebrate the unique and essential role that Indigenous languages play […]