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NASHS Academic Support Library Contract


Students Third Party Online Consent Form and Policy

Change of Student Details Form

Camp & Excursion Medical Form

Locker Hire Form


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Anaphylaxis Form


Mild-Moderate Allergy Form


Asthma Form


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NASHS Values and Expectations


Substance Plan

NASHS Circle of Values


Student Mobile Phones, Electronic Devices and Earphones

Student Health and Well Being Policy and Guidelines


Homework and Study Guidelines

Countering Bullying in School


Positive School Behaviour Plan 

Paracetamol and other Analgesics at School


Communication Protocols
Good Standing Policy BYOD Policy


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Could you use an extra $500 towards school costs in 2025?

The Saver Plus Program is about boosting financial skills, to develop (and keep) good savings habits.

You can put money towards education expenses including:


• Computers, laptops, and tablets

• Books, uniforms & shoes

• Sports & music, camps, excursions, and more…

If you save up to $50 a month for 10 months, Saver Plus will double it. $500 saved + $500 matched = $1000 (in 10 months).

Visit for more details.


Letter to Families

Fact Sheet

Saver Plus School Flyer


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The Secondary Assistance Scheme (SAS) is to assist low-income families with secondary schooling costs for students in Years 7 to 12. It is made up of two allowances:

  • the Education Program Allowance (EPA) – paid directly to the school.
  • the Clothing Allowance (CLA) – paid to the applicant or the school.

Changes due to COVID-19 situation.  We now accept emailed applications with attached scans or photographs of concession cards.  The parent/guardian can email their application with attached proof of their concession card as either of the following.

  • a scanned copy of the front and back of the card
  • photographs of the front and back of the card.

Secondary Assistance Scheme Application Form

Abstudy Supplement Allowance Form

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Parent Guide

Student Guide




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Year 7 and 9 National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy - NAPLAN 

In May all Year 7 and 9 students across Australia will take part in the National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN)

NAPLAN is designed to help parents and teachers better judge how Year 7 and 9 students are performing in relation to nationally-agreed standards.  As this has become part of our reporting to parent processes, it is anticipated that all students will participate.

NAPLAN Assessments will be conducted in Writing, Language Conventions (spelling, grammar and punctuation), Reading and Numeracy.  There are a total of 4 assessments, Writing is the first assessment and its results are used to set the appropriate level for the following Literacy assessments.

It is important to attend the Writing test due to its significance.  Each assessment is approximately one hour in length. The NAPLAN assessments will take place during normal school. At NASHS all Year 7 and 9 students will sit the tests under formal assessment conditions in their classrooms.

Students absent on the assessment day/s will be provided with an opportunity to do the assessment later in that week.  Withdrawal and Exemption forms can be found here on the website.


Click here to see Parent/Carer information on OLNA Prequalification and Year 9 Naplan.

NAPLAN Website


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