John S Young – "Invitational Theory provides a unique language of transformation for the
school culture from awareness, to understanding, to application, to adoption. The need to
improve students’ literacy and numeracy standards of achievement has meant Clarkson
Community High School had to go through significant change. An increasing emphasis on
data-driven decision-making is central to the school’s improvement."
Article courtesy of North Coast Times. Picture: Martin Kennealey. Raudhah Soffian and Habir Jumani’s rendition of a motivational song has been uplifting and encouraging students at Clarkson Community High School.
CLARKSON Community High School’s remix of a motivational song has resonated in overseas education forums.
In step with the school’s invitational theory approach to learning, staff asked head boy Habir Jumani and student councillor Raudhah Soffian to compose music for The Invitational Good Morning Song.
Principal John Young said a video of Habir playing the drums and Raudhah on the guitar and vocals, posted on the school website this month, quickly got students and others talking.
POLITICIANS came out to play in Clarkson recently, joining students at a high school playground.
With the suburb part of their electorates – thanks to recent boundary changes – Pearce MHR Christian Porter and Ocean Reef MLA Albert Jacob teamed up last month to explore the area.
Clarkson Community High School principal John Young, teaching staff and the student leadership group gave the pair a tour of the grounds, including the nature playspace that opened last year.
Year 12 Automotive students and their teacher Mr. Steven Bishop from Clarkson Community High School enjoyed a special treat today when a full military spec Hummer, or HumVee, paid a visit to the school.
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