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Who influences us and what makes our identity? Students in Year 6 focused on these and many other questions in relation to their identities this term. The Health unit culminated in an Identity Day held at the Victor Harbor Campus. Students selected one of their interests and passions and applied their creative and innovative ideas into presenting a display of visuals, artefacts and information about the chosen aspect of their identity.

Junior School students, College staff and parents visited the displays, interacting with the Year 6 students to find out more about each of them. Many students came away inspired to try a new activity or pursue a new interest.

Student comments:
I enjoyed how everyone shared their ideas and no one was afraid about their identity – Karla
I loved how you got to learn more about people in other classes at our school – Ella and Shiloh
You got to see the creativity of your classmates – Evie
Everyone did something creative – Hugh
I liked how everybody showed something that most people didn’t know about – William
When people were interested, we felt really proud of ourselves – Belle
We are all unique in our own ways – Cody
I liked how you could have a friendly conversation with everyone – Monique
It’s very hard to stay in one spot for such a long time – Sam
Thank you to all the people that came and looked at our displays – Ella
We got to meet new people; parents, grandparents and students – Allara

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