It’s a big transition but Camden Haven High School students Will Navan, April Fletcher and Georgia Kenane say they have enjoyed their first weeks of high school.
Will use to get bullied at his primary school and has found the high school environment a lot more friendlier.
As Will lives in Port Macquarie it takes him an hour on the bus to get to Camden Haven High School but he said he doesn’t mind the commute.
“I have made two friends in cooking and few since then,” he said.
At the moment Will said he is really enjoying history, sewing and cooking.
At home Will said he enjoys making spaghetti bolognaise and scrambled eggs.
“My favourite part of cooking is eating,” he said.
Georgia has come from a class of just eight Year 6 students at Coopernook Public School and said coming to a large group at high school is a big difference.
“At first I was because I didn’t know anyone, I was shy and I was a bit worried but since I’ve opened up,” she said.
Georgia said her favourite subjects are art and cooking.
“At home I cook all the time with my mum, nan and grandma,” Georgia said.
April came from North Haven Public School and said it was a bit of a nerve-wracking start at high school.
She said she got lost once while trying to make her way to class.
April said it was nice that some of her friends from primary school are at high school together. She has made more friends since starting.