Orana Heights Public School
Our school is a large school situated in the eastern part of Dubbo. It has an enrolment of over five hundred students, spacious and attractive grounds as well as an extremely sound technology infrastructure. Orana Heights Public School prides itself on its' inclusivity. A significant enrolment, in comparison to other schools, of students with identified disabilities in specialist settings and the main stream evidences this. Our values are Respect, Responsibility and Safety. We promote this in all aspects of our schooling and focus on the development of the complete student. We see our role as equipping our students to become valuable and contributing members of our city. Oakey Dokey is the school's mascot-he is an oak leaf (as we are situated in Oak St) and he upholds our schools values (he can be seen in the ears of Folami Rhinomight.
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Students have cut out pictures from magazines that have been collaged/decoupaged onto the rhino. The images represent the things that need to be conserved in order for rhinos to survive. They need food such as grass and trees, the Savannah they call home and water to drink.
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