News & Events
In celebration of Science Week, students participated in a School wide cake decorating competition. The theme was all things scientific!
Haileybury Rendall School's first musical production, Cinderilla, was a great success! The talented cast and crew brought the twisted fairytale to life with song, dance and a unique NT voice.
Haileybury has been named Australian School of the Year at the Australian Education Awards in recognition of its education leadership and academic success. This award-winning Academic Program is being delivered at Haileybury Rendall School in Darwin.
A group of talented Haileybury Rendall School students recently participated in dance workshops with the Bangarra Dance Theatre. These rehearsals culminated in an inspiring performance for staff and students in the Dumabudla Centre.
The Year 8 students recently completed their Outdoor Education Expedition at Douglas Station. The group navigated off-track sections of the bushwalk, explored gorges, swam and mountain biked over 20 km. All while working within their groups to solve challenges along the way.
A group of talented Haileybury Rendall School students attended the 3-day Legato Orchestral Music Camp at Charles Darwin University to rehearse and perform with advanced musicians from Alice Springs and Darwin.
Haileybury Rendall School provides the opportunity for excellent education for students from very remote parts of Australia. Stanley and Bryanna joined the boarding school this year and made long trip back to their remote home of Tennant Creek for the mid-year break.
As part of their Science Unit on Physical and Chemical Changes, the Year 6 Science class investigated the properties of dry ice! The class’s experiments used the dry ice to mimic ‘self-inflating’ balloons.
The Transition to Year 4 students participate in the first T- 4 Athletics Carnival at Haileybury Rendall School. The students were smiling ear to ear the entire morning, with many competing in track and field events for the first time.
The Years 7 and 8 students visited the Darwin Dam and Territory Wildlife Park as part of their Science unit on water. Their recent excursion demonstrated where the water supply for Darwin comes from and the animals that live in our waterways.
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