Diversity Week

Tuesday 5th September Fairhills HS celebrated Disability awareness

Disability day at Fairhills HS is about recognizing and spreading awareness of the different mental and physical disabilities that are common in our community. Fairhills HS students hosted a number of games at lunchtime in the Gym. Students got to participate in a blind obstacle course, a group Hula Hoop contest and other exciting games. A huge thank you to all the student leaders who organised and ran the event.  



Fairhills HS hosted a slide the pool competition to raise funds for motor neuron disease. While it may have been a bit of a wet day for some, it was also very fun. Well done to Mr Donaldson and Ms Bishop for joining in and the students who participated.




Wednesday 6th September Fairhills HS hosted its first ever expo

A number of different groups and services from the community came out to talk to students about the services that they offer. The purpose of the Expo was to try to link students to their local community. We had the following groups/organisations present who all organised different fun activities for our students at Fairhills HS and gave out lots of lollies and promotions;


Knox Youth Services


Bayswater Indoor Soccer

Emerge Youth Group


Knox Leisure Works

Knox Softball


Chess club



A big thanks to our Year 9 year level leader Troy Ayling, for introducing the Expo at the Assembly. Well done to all the other students and teachers who helped out on this fun day.



Thursday 7th September was the celebration of Culture at Fairhills HS

We are lucky at Fairhills as we reside in a multicultural area. People in Knox come from over 130 different countries and just in the city of Knox, over 30% of people were born overseas. To celebrate culture, Fairhills HS hosted its annual international food festival. We had many students and staff come along to enjoy this yearly tradition. A big thanks to Ms Maghami and all the students who helped make all the yummy food.



Friday 8th September Fairhills HS celebrated gender and sexuality

There were lots of fun activities at lunchtime, including Tie Dye T – Shirts and Face painting.

A huge Fairhills HS banner was designed and decorated by our students.

We also had Kate Arnott present from Knox City Council making rainbow badges.

A big thanks to Ms Muratore and the student leaders for making this day fun.


(Special thanks to our Well- being Coordinator Paul Graham and Student Voice Leader Mirza Skelic for making all this happen and all the staff and students who were involved and helped out )