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<h2>Crestwood High School - Support Unit</h2><p>Crestwood High School harnesses the power of fun to enhance learning. Good relationships between staff members and positive, supportive relationships between teachers and students promote a happy, tolerant atmosphere. Procedures are simple and consequences for not following procedures are known to whole community. Strong leadership supports a focus on teaching and learning and encourages pride in achievement.</p><p><strong>Website:<br></strong><a href="mailto:crestwood-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au" target="_blank">crestwood-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au</a></p><h2>Rhino Sculpture Name:</h2><p>Rhianna</p><h2>Rhino Inspiration</h2><p>Our rhino - is based on the African Landscape. The landscape may be without the rhino in the near future. On the rhino we painted the elephant, lion, giraffe and birds but no Rhino :( We decided to paint the landscape at sunset, as this is the most beautiful part of the day. The rhino also has a tribal necklace around its neck to respect the African culture which is such a huge party of Africa, the home of the rhino. The world’s rhinos are critically endangered. We researched how the rhinos have lived on our planet for over 50 million years and it would be devastating to lose them. We hope this has in some small way shows in our Rhianna. Students of S3, Crestwood Support Unit.</p><h2>Rhino Sculpture Location:</h2><p>Carlingford Court</p>