04 March 2020 Kevin Elgood | News | Year 07  

Each year NSW Health offers the vaccines recommended by the National Health and Medical Research Council for adolescents as part of the school vaccination program;
In 2020 the following vaccines will be offered to Year 7 students:  

  • dTpa vaccine (Diphtheria, Tetanus & Pertussis (whooping cough)) as a single dose And
  • human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine in a 2-dose schedule (Students who commence HPV vaccination in Year 7 but do not complete the course may be offered catch-up doses at school in Year 8)

Parent Information Kits will be sent home to parents/guardians. To consent to the vaccination of their child, parents/guardians are advised to:

  • Read all the information provided
  • Complete the consent form, including signing their name next to the vaccine/s they would like their child to receive
  • Return the completed consent form to the Front Office by; Monday 16 March, 2020
  • Ensure that their child eats breakfast on the day of the school vaccination clinic

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02 March 2020 Abbou Abderrahim | News | Year 11  

Work Ready Program Reminder

Thursday 05/03/2020 all Year 11 VET Students period 1 in the Hall, period 2 - period 3 in rooms 50, 58 & 62 (check the list)

The program is targeting all year 11 Vet students. It is a compulsory program. The students will develop all skills needed in the workplace, as they are having their work experience in different companies and organisations.
This will enable them to be work ready and thrive whilst they are on their work placement.
Any student who is absent on that day must report to Mrs Anton or Mr Abbou for a catch-up session.

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28 February 2020 Tom Nieser | News | Year 12  

The works of Shakespeare were brought to life during the year 12 Advanced English interactive workshop of “The Tempest,” run by Bell Shakespeare. On the 25th of February, the Advanced English cohort gathered in the hall to experience an incursion like no other as we were actively and thoroughly engaged in discussion and debate about the Tempest.

We partook in activities ranging from reading extracts from the play, assuming the roles of various characters, and closely examining the finer working of the play, such as the morality of characters. The interactive activities were entertaining and educational, teaching us a great deal about the final play of Shakespeare.

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