Each school in NSW offers something slightly different depending on the community. Here's what we offer for you.
All canteens in NSW public schools must meet certain requirements. These include providing more healthy food and drink options – to make the healthy choice an easy choice for students. Visit Healthy school canteens to learn more.
The canteen is staffed by a fully qualified chef Simon Hazley-Jones and assisted by voluntary workers. Students should extend every courtesy to the parents and community members who generously give their time to help the school.
The Canteen is open from 8.15 am every morning. Lunch may be ordered before school or at recess. Students will form an orderly line, which will proceed under the direction of the teacher on duty. Senior students may merge from a separate line. Pushing in or getting others to buy are not permitted.
Junior students will not be served during lesson time, except in special circumstances (Eg. during exams).
At recess and lunch, the area is supervised by staff. Students are expected to carry out the instructions of staff. Students who behave irresponsibly will be sent away from the Café area.
Because of the NSW Department of Health & WH&S issues, the canteen staff are unable to heat student's meals brought in from home in the microwave.
This event is held every Monday from 3.15-5.00pm. This is a great opportunity for students to seek help on assessments, homework and general study with help from the teachers. Afternoon tea is provided. Permission forms are available from Snack n Study
Co-ordinator Ms Burgess in the maths staffroom.
The daily school breakfast club staffed by volunteers and a paid co-ordinator, ensures our students have regular access to food at breakfast.
Plan-it-Youth is a 10 week career-mentoring program for Year 10 students who are considering not moving forward to Year 12. Students are matched with trained mentors according to personality and interests, and explore many career options together.
Our mirrored state of the art dance/drama studio has a Tarkett floor used by the Australian Ballet.
Irrawang High School Fishing Club
The IHS Fishing Club commenced this year. There are four competitions:
During Term Competition
The weekend following week 4 & 8 of each term. Competition will commence at 3.10pm on the Friday and end at 5pm on the Sunday.
School Holiday Competition
This competition will run the entire length of the school holidays
Competition will start 3.00pm on the last day of term and run until 5pm on the day prior to school going back. When pupil free days occur, the pupil free day is counted as the day school goes back.
Whole Year Competition
Hiring our facilities
You may apply to use our school’s facilities for appropriate purposes provided your hiring the facility does not interfere with our teaching and learning programs.