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Year 12 Graduates
by Penelope Dobie - Friday, 23 September 2016, 12:32 PM
 

Farewell to the Class of 2016 Good Luck!

Checkout the Student Show Case for more pictures of Graduation.


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YEAR 11 YEARLY EXAMS 2016
by Admin User - Thursday, 8 September 2016, 11:07 AM
 

YEAR 11 YEARLY EXAMS 2016
MONDAY 12TH - FRIDAY 23RD SEPTEMBER, WEEKS 9-10

MONDAY 12 SEPTEMBER

9.00 – 11.05

Mathematics
General Mathematics

9.00 – 10.35

Mathematics Life Skills

TUESDAY 13 SEPTEMBER

9.00 – 10.05

English Studies

9.00 – 11.10

English Standard

1.05 – 2.10

SLR

WEDNESDAY 14 SEPTEMBER

NO EXAMS

THURSDAY 15 SEPTEMBER

9.00 – 10.05

Visual Design

9.00 – 11.05

Legal Studies

Physics

12.00 – 2.05

Catch up exams

FRIDAY 16 SEPTEMBER

9.00 – 10.05

Construction

11.00 – 12.05

Dance

11.00 – 1.05

Business Studies

Community And Family Studies

MONDAY 19 SEPTEMBER

9.00 – 10.35

Visual Arts

9.00 – 11.05

Biology

Modern History

12.00 – 2.35

Catch up exams

TUESDAY 20 SEPTEMBER

9.00 – 10.05

Exploring Early Childhood
Photography

9.00 – 11.05

PD/H/PE

9.00 – 11.05

Ancient History

THURSDAY 22 SEPTEMBER

12.30 – 2.35

Chemistry

EXAMS IN LIBRARY
HALL UNAVAILABLE

FRIDAY 23 SEPTEMBER

11.00 – 12.05

IT Multimedia

IT Metal

IT Timber

EXAMS IN LIBRARY

HALL UNAVAILABLE

Instructions to students:

· Any student that requires an exam to be re scheduled due to work placement or other school approved activities must see Mr Ha prior to FRIDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER 2016 to have this organised.

· All exams are to be held in the school hall unless specified or special provisions are required.

· Students are expected to be seated in the exam room 5 minutes before the scheduled starting time for each examination.

· STUDENTS THAT ARRIVE LATE MUST SWIPE INTO A BLOCK OFFICE PRIOR TO ENTERING THE HALL. Students will not be admitted into an exam if they are more than 30 minutes late.

· Students will not be allowed to leave the examination early; they must remain until the allocated finishing time.

· STUDENTS NEED TO ATTEND SCHOOL ONLY FOR THEIR SET EXAMS. Once students have completed each examination they will be required to leave the school premises. The only exception is if students sign into the library for private study and have another scheduled examination.

· All Life Skills exams will be 1 hour unless specified.

· No mobile phones or I-pods are to be taken into the hall or exam rooms.

· If you are absent from an exam you must notify the school on the day and obtain a doctor’s certificate. THE DOCTORS CERTIFICATE must be given to Mr Ha on the following day. Your exam MAY BE rescheduled if time permits.

· Students who miss an exam will be issued with an N-award warning and will be required to re- do the task as directed by their class teacher.

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Senior Pathways Scholarship
by Penelope Dobie - Thursday, 1 September 2016, 09:05 AM
 

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW OPEN FOR:

Senior Pathways Scholarship

Colyton High School offers three scholarships for students enrolling in Year 11 to provide assistance with their education. The $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to successful students at the start of their senior schooling.

The application criteria are:

1. Demonstrated commitment to achieving your personal best.

2. Demonstrated commitment to SMART values.

3. Demonstrated sustained effort in all subject areas.

4. Demonstrated contribution to the school and/or community.

Students who wish to apply for the scholarship must complete an application in Semester 2 while in Year 10. (See Year Adviser for application forms.)

The scholarship may be used for the following:

· The School subject contributions and general contributions;

· School uniform and approved footwear including Sport uniform;

· Any resources, supplies, or equipment which will support the student’s current education;

· Excursion/camp costs;

· Technology equipment which would assist school work;

· Other (with approval by the Principal or delegate).

See OFFICE Staff for Application Forms

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Parent, Carer & Student Survey
by Penelope Dobie - Friday, 26 August 2016, 02:24 PM
 

This Term, our school will be participating in the Partners in Learning parent survey, another part of the Tell Them From Me suite of surveys (student, teacher and parent surveys) on student engagement. The survey asks parents and carers questions about different factors that are known to impact on student wellbeing and engagement.

Running this survey will help our school understand parents’ and carers’ perspectives on their child’s experience at school. These include: communication between parents/carers and staff, activities and practices at home and parent/carer views on the school's support of learning and behaviour. This valuable feedback will help our school make practical improvements.

The survey is conducted entirely online at home or on public computers. The survey will typically take 15 minutes or less to complete and is completely confidential. The parent survey will be conducted between 22 August and 21 October. Participating in the survey is entirely voluntary, however, your responses are very much appreciated.

Your link to access the parent survey is: https://nsw.tellthemfromme.com/5rky5

The student feedback survey

You may remember that our students also participated in a Tell Them From Me student survey in Term 1 this year. Asking students to complete the survey twice in one year allows us to identify trends in student responses as well as track engagement and motivation across the school year.

The survey is a great opportunity for our students to provide us with valuable and quick feedback on what they think about school life, how engaged they are with school and the different ways that teachers interact with them. Schools in Australia and around the world have used the Tell Them From Me survey to help improve how they do things at school.

The survey is conducted online and will typically take less than 30 minutes to complete. It will be administered during school hours between 22 August and 21 October. Participating in the survey is entirely voluntary and all information is confidential.

A consent form and FAQs for parents/carers about the survey is being sent home with students. If you do not want your child or children to participate, please return the form to school by Friday 02 September, 2016. Copies of the consent form and FAQs are available here : consent form and FAQs and the PARENTS section of this website.

More information about the survey and the research is available in English on the CESE website: http://surveys.cese.nsw.gov.au/information-for-parents

Mr D. Butler                              

Principal                                   

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PBLFocus
by Penelope Dobie - Wednesday, 24 August 2016, 10:19 AM
 

CHS is a Positive Behaviour for Learning School

Remember our SMART school values



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