Year 8 students from North Albany Senior High School recently returned from an excursion that saw them travel over 4000km, from Albany to Perth to Sydney to Canberra and home.
A fantastic week was had by NASHS students attending Country Week in Perth for the last week of term 2. 10 nashs teams played in 7 sports which were: basketball, soccer, netball, hockey, debating, touchrugby and volleyball.
Please remind your children to remove earphones and to look up from devices when using the crosswalk on Albany Highway. An increasing number of students are becoming inatentive when using the cross walk and have walked into the attendants due to lack of attention.
Members of the Regional Learning Specialists (RLS) team have visited NASHS several times this year to support our ATAR students studying via SIDE. For further revision sessions please read on
On Tuesday the 7th May the Year 10 Keys For Life class attended an excursion at the Albany Health Campus. The excursion is designed to show students what would happen if they had the misfortune to be involved in a road trauma. Read more for how you as a parent can help your child.
All year 7 to 9 students were involved in STEM Week 2019 activities during week 3. The challenge was to build a catapult with limited resources and to fire a projectile the furthest. The week involved students investigating their designs by planning, constructing and modifying their catapults.
Seven Regional Learning specialists visited the school on Monday 20 May and delivered revision seminars across a range of ATAR courses for some of our Year 11 and 12 students.
The typical teenage brain wants to go to bed late and sleep late the following morning, which is usually hard to manage. Teenagers can adjust their body clock but it takes time.
On Thursday May 9, NASHS took part in the Netball WA Great Southern High School Netball Cup at ALAC. It was a fantastic day involving 14 schools and 61 teams across the Great Southern participating in 187 games.
2 Free parenting seminar : Understanding Behaviour - Tuesday 13th August 2019 9:30am - 11:30am.Stress, Relaxation & Mindful Parenting - Tuesday 10th September 2019 9:30am - 11:30am
On Friday May 10th Mr Skillen and Ms Kneebone's Earth and Environmental Science students had the opportunity to apply their knowledge on a beautiful sunny day in the field.
Passport 2 Employment (P2E) is designed to provide students who have learning barriers with extra (on top of the schools WPL program) practical skills to prepare them for employment in a structured and safe learning environment.
NASHS now has a phone recycling bin situated in the library. This is available for the whole school community to deposit unused/unwanted or damaged phones. When the box is full Mobile Muster will collect and recycle them. Read on for more NASHS sustainable initiatives and activities.
Enrol your children in swimming lessons during the October School holidays. Two programs to choose from: 9 Day or 5 Day program. Click Here for enrolment information or call 9402 6412
The top pathway year 9 Mathematics students had the opportunity to attend the Ancient Civilisations- Roman Empire exhibit at the Great Southern Museum, Albany. A total of 41 students participated over 2 days on the 17th and 20th of June
Year 8 & 9 economics students participated in a team LEGO challenge. Students created models of different sectors of the economy, for example; household sector and financial sector.
In term 3, NASHS will commence the utilisation of playground recycling bins. We will roll out the recycling bins progressively with 4 sets of bins distributed initially.
The Year 6 Transition Information evening last Tuesday was attended by over 200 interested care givers and parents.
All organizations have policies and procedures that guide expectations and define the working environment. Schools are no different. Please read on for NASHS Guidelines and Policies.