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Tuition helps students fulfil potential
NORTH SHORE COACHING COLLEGE
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Principal Ashwani Harnal and North Shore Coaching College students.
North Shore Coaching College is
Australasia's leading tuition college,
with more than 50 branches in
Australia and New Zealand.
Established in 1991, the college is
the benchmark in quality, affordable
educational services for students
from preschool, kindergarten and
primary school, all the way through
to senior secondary school.
Under the leadership of ACT
principal Ashwani Harnal, the
college has opened two centres in
Belconnen and Woden to help
students in Canberra and
"I love helping kids in the
community achieve their academic
goals," Mr Harnal said.
"That really makes me happy."
Both centres offer tuition covering
English, mathematics, science,
physics and chemistry, and specialist
subjects for years 11 and 12 students.
"For the younger children we also
offer coaching that focuses on
thinking and developing analytical
skills," Mr Harnal said.
The college provides quality
course materials, and homework
sheets are issued to students on a
weekly basis to reinforce the key
learning areas. Hints and tips on
exam techniques are also taught to
ensure students are prepared for
major examinations and term tests.
Other key features of the college
include practice exams to better
prepare students for exam
environments, progress reports sent
to parents regularly, and the college's
excellence awards that recognise and
reward academic excellence with
trophies and certificates.
The North Shore Coaching
College program is tailored to each
student's age and ability.
Through regular formal
assessments and ongoing teacher
evaluation, the college is able to
assist students realise their full
potential by identifying areas in
which they need to improve.
"It's very rewarding seeing
students learning and improving," Mr
Harnal said. "They improve in their
academic performance, and it shows
in their grades and exam results,
which motivates them to try harder
and get even better."
North Shore Coaching College
also supports many community
projects, including sporting groups,
music competitions, chess
competitions, and other extra-
curricular projects in the community,
and also organises a variety of annual
competitions for its students.
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MORUYA CLOSURE TO
SPREAD HOSPITAL LOAD
Emergency surgery patients have been
redirected to hospitals in Canberra,
Goulburn, Nowra and Bega after
malfunctioning heating and
airconditioning systems forced the
closure of both operating theatres at
The sterility and functionality of
surgery equipment were compromised
by the faults.
Repairs are under way, but patients
requiring emergency surgery, and
maternity patients who may require
surgery, are being transferred to
regional hospitals while other less
urgent operations are being deferred
NSW Health expect the services to
be restored before July 8.
ON OFF-LEASH AREAS
The ACT government is calling for
feedback on spaces earmarked for off-
leash dog use. Drop-in information
sessions will be held at Yerrabi Pond
District Park, on July 19, from 9am to
11am, Dickson wetlands and Dickson
District Playing Fields on July 24,
from 3pm to 5pm, Tuggeranong dog
park, July 26, from 10.30am to
12.30pm and Bowen Park, July 27,
from 9am to 11am. Surveys are
available at ACT public libraries.
"We're now seeking community input
into the new maps,'' Minister for
Territory and Municipal Services
Shane Rattenbury said. The new
maps are designed to help clarify dog
exercise area boundaries and take into
account physical boundaries such as
walkways, paths, fences and roads."
To view the maps or complete an
online survey, visit
Consultation closes August 1 at 5pm.
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