Last week, the State Government announced a new, Student Mobile Phones in Public Schools policy to take effect from the start of Term 1, 2020. Please click here for more information.
If your son or daughter is finishing year 12 this year and intends celebrating with friends you may be worried for their safety, especially if alcohol is involved. Although it is an exciting time for school leavers, drinking alcohol to celebrate can lead to taking risks and making poor decisions.
A few important dates coming up in the NASHS calendar.
Over the last two months NASHS and ASESC P&C has been busy selling raffle tickets to raise funds to purchase a bain-maire for the canteen. Read more for prize winner results.
The School Dental Service continues to provide free general and preventative dental care for all enrolled students in primary school and high school up to Year 11.
On September 26th the Year 11 Earth and Environmental Science ATAR class took a field trip to study the igneous rocks at Ledge Point, near Gull Rock.
Year 11 student councillors' Noah Morcombe and Jessica Stals represented NASHS recently for the procession and celebration of UWA having a campus in Albany.
NASHS welcomes families of Drama students to its second performance of the year, the bi-annual "Night of Skits". On Tuesday December 3 starting at 7pm. Hope to see you there - Mr Le Page
The 2019 Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC) was the 41st annual competition. Thousands of students in primary & secondary schools from 30 countries sat the AMC on August 1. Students in year 3 to 12 compete on the same day making it the largest single event on the Australian education calendar.
The 5th of the "Let's Shine Brightly" series, integrated variety concerts starring the hidden talents of people living with a disability performing alongside Albany Light Opera exisiting and new members.
Two free parenting workshops are being offered to parents in November. Cyber Safety and Bringing Up Great Kids, to be held at Relationships Australia in Albany.Read on for more information.
All emotions are normal, it’s what we do with them that matters. To support parents, WANSLEA are offering a series of FREE seminars to help you with recognising, understanding and responding to teen emotions.
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.