A team of allergy health professionals and a representative from Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia are travelling to Albany to provide information about managing food allergy, anaphylaxis and eczema.Click here for session times
During term 4, year 7 and 8 students whose parents have given their consent will receive the second of the HPV immunisations.
NASHS Breakfast Club needs your help! NASHS is looking for parent volunteers who would be prepared to help with our Tuesday morning breakfast club.
Parents and caregivers please note the in school swimming lessons on the NASHS term 4 Planner have been cancelled.
On Monday and Tuesday Week 8, teachers from the Regional Learning Specialist team visited NASHS to meet our ATAR SIDE students and to present free revision seminars for NASHS students, and students across the district.
Selected mathematics students from year 7 to 9 were invited to attend the Little Grove PS STEM Excursion. On Wednesday 14th August Ms Beth Hewson’s 7.4 Mathematics class attended, then Mrs Offer’s 9.4 class on 21st August visited, and Mr Bishop 8.4 Mathematics class with Mr Cooper on 28th August.
Have you ever wondered which school buses are available in your area? Or what the difference is between the orange and green school buses? There are lots of different bus routes in Albany, covering all parts of town and servicing all schools. This map will show which buses are operating near you.
This week the Department of Education released a set of protocols for communication between staff, students and parents. These protocols were developed in consultation with the wider community and include written and verbal communications. A copy is attached.Sharon DoohanPrincipal
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
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.
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.
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.
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Students in Year 10 are currently choosing courses for Year 11 2020. If you are on an ATAR pathway and planning to choose Mathematics Aplications, Methods or Specialist you will require a Casio Classpad. Read more for online ordering instructions.