Catie Harrison, Bek McEwan and Amy Battison catch up over breakfast.
Catie Harrison, Bek McEwan and Amy Battison catch up over breakfast.

Students fill up before exam

YOGHURTS, muesli, home-made muffins, fruit, hot chocolates and juice – ideal brain food for Year 12 Queensland Core Skills (QCS) exams.

Warwick State High seniors sat down for their second round of exams yesterday with full tummies after eating breakfast hosted by the school.

Sponsored by the Parents and Citizens' Association and cooked by the home economics staff, students mingled over a hot drink to relax before their tests. Principal Cheryl Dossetto wished the students well and said she wanted to continue the breakfast tradition.

“It gives them a healthy start and a chance to unwind before the QCS tests.”



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