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Australind SHS $15 million Building Program

Semester 1 ATAR Exams – Year 11 and 12

Year 11/12 Exams Semester 1 2021

Candidate Instructions

Exam Location (map attached)

Kingdom Hall – Break O’Day Drive, Australind

Friday 21 May to Thursday 27 May

Please find attached the Semester 1 Exam Schedule, and note the new location of exams for Semester 1 due to the current building works being undertaken at the school.

Students will be required to sign in at Kingdom Hall, and do not need to attend the ASHS Front Office to sign in.

All students sitting exams must read and comply with the following exam conditions:

1.             Students must arrive at the Exam centre 15 mins prior to the exam start time.

2.             Upon entering the exam room, students need to sign their name on the exam attendance sheet.

3.             School uniform must be worn, including correct footwear.

4.             No food is to be consumed in the exam room. Students may drink water in a clear water bottle.

5.             It is the student’s responsibility to bring pens, ruler and the approved calculators. Pencil cases can only be used if transparent in nature.

6.             In the case of illness, a Doctor’s Medical Certificate must be produced.

7.             To communicate with a supervisor, raise your hand.

8.             Once exams have begun there is to be no communication between candidates, verbal or non-verbal.

9.             Students are not permitted to leave an exam until the completion of the allocated time for that examination.

10.          No mobile phones, iPods or any other electronic equipment is permitted in the exam room.

11.          Students are to remain in the seat allocated, until dismissed by the supervisor.

12.          When dismissed by the supervisor students must leave the exam room and centre immediately.

13.          Follow all instructions of the exam supervisor and consider the rights of others in an exam.

–       Failure to follow any of the above conditions will see students removed from the exam centre immediately.

–       Students will meet with Deputy Principal(s)/ Principal for final determination of the consequence.

–       This can be an immediate 0 / fail result for the candidate. Parents will be contacted.

ADAM BLACKMORE

DEPUTY PRINCIPAL 

10th May 2021

Sem 1 Exams

SRTAFE Semester Two – Enrolments Open

If you are in Year 11/12 and considering alternatives other than school, then South Regional TAFE courses could be something for you. Visit the CAVE office to view some of the information on the noticeboard in the office or to ask any questions.

KEY DATES 

Applications Open – Wednesday 28 April 2021

Applications Close – Wednesday 9 June 2021

MAKE AN APPLICATION

Please visit tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au to start your application. Once it’s received a TAFE Course Information Officer will make contact within five days if any documents or assessments are required.

Please let SRTAFE know if you need assistance with an online application

COURSE OR APPLICATION ASSISTANCE

If you have difficulty finding a course you are interested in or have questions about entry requirements or admissions process, please contact SRTAFE by:

1. An enquiry form on any course page on SRTAFE website

2. Email: courseinformation@srtafe.wa.edu.au

3. Phone: 6371 3070

ALF MUNGIOLI

VET COORDINATOR

6 May 2021

1022 BUN South West Course List S2 2021360 SW

Training Areas Brochure – low res 2020

841 BUN Applying for a course at SRTAFE

From the Principal – Wearing a Face Mask

The Face Covering Directions (No 4) requires anyone that has been in the Perth or Peel regions in the last 14 days to wear a face mask for a further 14 days, from the last day they were in the region. For example, if you were in Perth or Peel on 2 May 2021, you will be required to wear a mask as per the requirements outlined below, until the 16 May 2021.

Masks are required to be worn by all staff at all schools and secondary school students, unless the person:

·         has a physical, developmental or mental illness, injury, condition or disability which makes wearing a face covering unsuitable;

·         is communicating with a person who is deaf or hard of hearing and visibility of the mouth is essential for communication;

·         is engaged in strenuous or vigorous exercise; or

·         is consuming food, drink or medicine, provided that they are seated at the time.

Students and staff are not required to provide a medical certificate if they have a physical, developmental or mental illness, injury, condition or disability which makes wearing a face covering unsuitable.
Further information is available on the Healthywa website.

DOMENIC CAMERA

PRINCIPAL

5 May 2021

Term 2 Issue 2 Newsletter

Please click on the link to view the latest ‘FLASHES’ Newsletter

Newsletter Term 2 Issue 2

KYLIE PILSWORTH

MEDIA AND MARKETING OFFICER

From the Principal – Important Update

Dear Parents

We have just had the most recent update from the Department of Education based on the recent health advice linked to the easing of lockdown restrictions.

Please note: If you have visited the Perth and or Peel region on or after the 17th of April, 2021 then you will be required to wear a mask. This applies to both indoor and outdoor aspects of the site. This will also apply to our students as they are over 12 years of age.

If a student has attended a notified hotspot, then they must get tested and quarantine for 14 days. Please notify the school if this applies to a student that is enrolled at Australind SHS.

You can access the latest health advice at https://www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus

Further relevant updates will be made available once they are released.

DOMENIC CAMERA

PRINCIPAL

26 April 2021

School-based Immunisation Program – Year 10 students

The WA Country Health Service South West (WACHS-SW) wishes to advise the next school immunisation is scheduled for Tuesday 11 May 2021.

Vaccination offered is Meningococcal ACWY vaccine to Year 10 students and the schedule will commence from 8:40am.
 

Students were provided Immunisation envelopes today in class and signed consent is to be returned by Tuesday 4th May to Student Services.

If a student was absent today, they are required to collect an Immunisation envelope from the Front Office.

 
Please direct any queries to the WA Country Health Service on 9795 2845.
 
THERESE McGILLIVRAY
CURRICULUM SUPPORT OFFICER

21 April 2021

Third Party Online Services Consent

Thank you to parents and carers who have completed the Third Party Online Services Consent, we appreciate your time to read and consent to the different categories to ensure students continue to have access to services utilised in our classrooms.

Parents and Carers who have not yet responded, we require the online consent forms to be completed immediately to allow your child to access the range of Third Party Online Services used everyday in their classrooms.

To clarify the need for specific consent, the Department states:

 

ONLINE THIRD PARTY SERVICES:

·       are provided to you by a vendor external to the Department of Education

·       are free or paid services

·       can include versions that may be downloaded onto staff and student devices

 

THESE SERVICES PROVIDE FUNCTION SUCH AS:

·       school or student management

·       teacher administration

·       student learning content or activities

·       communication tools

 

ONLINE THIRD PARTY SERVICES MAY REQUIRE:

·       students or teachers to create separate student accounts

·       students to participate in online activities or upload content

·       students or teachers to provide personal student and/or parent information

 

To confirm, students who do not have parent consent for the different categories – Notification, Bundled or Explicit – will not be able to use the Third Party Online Service, in class, during the lesson and will be restrictive with some assessment tasks.

It is important to note, as outlined in the attached Appendix G, H and I (attached to this notice, on our website and also located in the Connect Library) that each service has undergone a thorough assessment and are deemed safe to use by the Department of Education.

Please contact the school on 9797 4400 or australind.shs@education.wa.edu.au for further clarification.

Completion of the Third Party Online Services Consent form is required immediately to ensure students are able to continue using the services.

KYLIE PILSWORTH

MEDIA AND MARKETING OFFICER

Third Party Catalogue Appendix I – EXPLICIT

Third Party Catalogue Appendix H – BUNDLED

Third Party Catalogue Appendix G – NOTIFICATION

2021 Whole School Athletics Carnival

On Thursday 1st April we will be holding a Whole School Athletics participation event, which will have a mixture of traditional athletics events and novelty activities for students from Year 7-12.
This all day event will take place on our school oval.

There will be no access to the Canteen for students attending the Athletics Carnival, but there will be food available by pre-order only.
The order form is attached and orders close on Monday 29 March.
We do have limited capacity for parents to access this event given that our schools remain in Phase 4 easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
Parents wishing to watch events are required to enter the oval from Barnes Avenue.  Please do not enter or proceed through the school grounds from the Break O’Day entrance.
Parents would be required to scan into the event and remain in the parent area.
Our arrangements will limit the contact that parents will be able to have with students, their movement, and the use of our bathroom facilities, as per the COVID-19 guidelines.
Parents will not have any access to our school facilities.
Thank you for your understanding in this matter and we wish all of our students and their families a happy and safe Easter and school holiday break.
 
DOMENIC CAMERA
PRINCIPAL

26 March 2021

2021 Athletics Carnival Canteen Menu (1)

Canteen Menu and Order – Athletics Carnival Thursday April 1

There will be no access to the Canteen for students attending the Athletics Carnival on Thursday 1 April, but there will be plenty of food available on the day by pre-order only.
Please complete the order form available from the canteen and return to the canteen, with payment, by Monday 29th March. Any special request from the full canteen menu can be accommodated, as long as the order is returned to the canteen, with payment, by Monday 29 March.
The order form is attached to this notice, available from the canteen, on the Connect Library and the ASHS website.

2021 Athletics Carnival Canteen Menu (1)

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