Black Mountain Public School Gets a Mention in Parliament

01st Nov 2022

The students at Black Mountain Public School travelled to Armidale on Thursday, 20th October 2022 to participate in a rehearsal for New England Sings which the New England Conservatorium of Music presented at the Armidale Secondary College on Sunday, 23rd October 2022.
New England sings is a nationally acclaimed, award-winning choral showcase bringing together over 900 students from across 30 regional schools, accompanied by an 80-piece orchestra.
On returning to school that afternoon, the school was informed that they had received a special mention in the Community Recognition Statements in NSW Parliament on Tuesday, 18th October 2022. Mr Adam Marshall (Northern Tablelands) recognised the collaboration between the Conservatorium of Music (NECOM), the New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM) and the Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Keeping Place for providing a Home Arts Cluster Day which our school attended, giving a rich experience through the different art forms. Mr Marshall congratulated the Armidale cultural groups for a successful event sharing their wealth of artistic material to inspire young minds and commended Black Mountain Public School for making this experience possible for their students.
Mrs Justine Eddy
Relieving Principal