Gunnedah schools get arty 14 Jun 2017, 4:22 p.m. A gallery of pics of Gunnedah's school children busy at school during June 2017. Arts and achievement Gunnedah Public School: Mia Flynn with her mum Tracie Flynn, having a break at Zone Cross Country.Boomerang time: Carinya student Seth Fitzroy loved the opportunity to paint with Gomeroi artist Jack Conlon.Well done: Xanthe Hewitt, Ella Crosby and Stirling James admiring the lovely artworks.The write stuff: Gunnedah High welcomed James Knight, former student of GHS and captain in 1985. He spoke at assembly about pursuing dreams and held writing workshops. James has worked in network television, independent documentaries and is a bestselling author. Inspiring: Premer school captain Georgie Harrison organised a fun dresss-up day to inspire fellow students and raise money for a brighter future for indigenous students. Proud smiles: Tyson Small (left) from GS Kidd School with fellow leadership camp members.Leading the way: GS Kidd School student Brandan Harvey at a three-day leadership camp at Lake Keepit. The local Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (AECG) paid for over 30 Aboriginal students from Gunnedah Shire schools to attend the camp.On stage: Carroll Public School students performed well at the Gunnedah Eisteddfod.Top runners: Carroll Public School students Maddie Mulherin, Corey Wheeler, Lawson McCormack and Breeana Ward at the area cross country.Great progress: Premer Public School student Ellie Harrison recently won an achievement award.Carinya fun: Claudia Cobb enjoyed painting on her canvas.Bright art: Archie McCormack from Carinya Christian School with his painting. Carinya art: Wesley Law, Louisa O'Brien and Annabelle Biggar enjoyed painting their boomerangs.Premer Public School: Welcome to Scott Mackenzie who is the new SLSO at Premer School. He is pictured here with Stevie.In action: Gunnedah Public School student Ebony Herbert with the ball at Rugby League Gala Day in Narrabri.Having a breather: Brydon Ashford (right) from Gunnedah Public School talks to a mate at Zone Cross Country.Helping hand: Pippi the Platypus from Gunida Gunya visits Carroll Public School students.On the court: Annie Elphick and Breeana Ward from Carroll Public School with their team at the Gunnedah Zone Netball Trials.Keep active: Yippi the Yowie from Gunida Gunya helps deliver a healthy message to Carroll Public School students.TweetFacebook of ╳exitSome painted boomerangs, some were taught to follow their dreams by an author, and others performed on stage. Gunnedah region students have certainly had a colourful week.