Boggabri Pony Club, Sacred Heart School and Boggabri Public School have been achieving in horseriding and running.
The pony club held its monthly rally day and Boggabri Public's Haylee Turner achieved a personal best in the NSW PSSA Athletics in Sydney last week.
Meanwhile, kindergarten created sailboat and tested their buoyancy at the school science fair as part of a STEM project for the unit Materials have Properties.
Last week, Sacred Heart School students Molly Rees, Tom Watt, Digger Valks and Luke Grace-Hendrie representing the polding team in the 4x100 mixed relay at the state athletics carnival.
The team placed came third in their heat, fifth in the semi finals and eighth in the finals out of all the small schools in the state.
The schools said they showed "great sportsmanship and enjoyed the amazing experience".
Himaja Yerrapureddy received a high distinction and $50 for winning the Barwon District Award in the Newcastle Permanent primary mathematics competition. She travelled to Newcastle last week to receive her award.
Gomeroi woman Kylie Smith recently ran a yarning circle workshop with transition, kindergarten and years 1 and 2. She spoke about native animals and the work involved in the woven yarning circle mat, which was donated by Sharon Cooke from Catholic Schools Office.