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A Message from the Associate Principal - Senior School

Term 3 is always a weighty term – much goes on!

We enjoy performance evenings from students in drama, dance visual arts and music, sporting carnivals, student representative elections, OLNA testing rounds, Mock Practical Examinations and Valedictory practices to name a few!

We have seen wonderful community events such as the RUOk? Day whole school picnic, Year 10 Dinner Dance and the Year 11 River Cruise.

Year 12 students make decisions relating to TISC preferences. Year 11 students reflect on their current subjects leading into their final year of WACE. Year 10 students acknowledge the link that their electives have to their future pathways and Year 11 subject selections.

On top of all that students and their teachers have a full term with courses and subjects which are the culmination of teaching and learning or leading to this. Examinations are the focus of Year 12 students, predominantly; however, Year 11 students know that very shortly after the commencement of Term 4, they will be into their own Examinations.

COVID-19 has never been too far from all the School’s deliberations around event planning. This has been the case for our first major event for Term 4 is Valedictory. Invitations have been sent, but with that comes the rider that if events in the community and on advice of the Western Australian Government and the Health Department, our plans may still change.

For those Year 12 students who are leading into their final examinations, my best wishes to you as you focus your attention to a successful outcome.

Term 4 promises to be just as intense as Term 3. With that in mind, all students are encouraged to fully rest and recuperate. I encourage all students to find some ‘green time’ each day.

Enjoy the holiday break,

Natalie Shaw
Associate Principal-Senior School