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NASHS Library Student Study Permission Note

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 School Uniform
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 Student Mobile Phones, Electronic Devices and Earphones


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Year 7 Booklist  2022

Year 7 Stationery list 2022


Year 8 Booklist 2022

Year 8 Stationery list 2022

Year 9 Booklist 2022

Year 9 Stationery list 2022

Year 10 Booklist 2022

Year 10 Stationery list 2022


Year 11 Booklist 2022

Year 11 Stationery list 2022


Year 12 Booklist 2022

Year 12 Stationery list 2022


Student’s Stationery & Text Book List

While NASHS does provide resources for use in class, the booklist indicates textbooks and equipment that your child will need to purchase to study the selected courses.


All textbooks are supplied for students in Years 7 to 10. A workbook may be requested for some subjects.

Students in Year 11 and 12 need to supply their own textbooks as indicated on the lists.


NASHS does not endorse the purchase of these items from any particular supplier. We believe it is a family decision as to where to purchase these student requirements.




240 York St

Albany WA 6330


Phone: 08 9842 8044





Your booklists can be returned by:



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It’s not OK to be away – A better attendance means a brighter future

It is a simple fact that the better a student’s attendance, the better their results will be. By attending school each day students have a much greater likelihood of actively engaging in the curriculum and developing the knowledge and skills they need for future personal and career success.


Those students who attend school more regularly also tend to have a stronger sense of belonging, they feel part of a community, they have a solid group of friends and find school more enjoyable.


Please inform the school if your child is unable to attend either by:

  • Phone the front office – 9892 0611
  • Reply to an attendance SMS message
  • Email the school -
  • A signed note upon their return to school.


Staff at NASHS:

  • Mark rolls every day and every period
  • Ask for notes if your child has been absent
  • Check on your child’s wellbeing if they are away from school a lot
  • Inform family/caregiver when they are absent


Frequently Asked Questions:

What is my responsibility as a parent/caregiver?

Make sure your child:

  • attends school on ALL school days
  • is on time every day

Make sure you:

  • provide the school with an explanation if your child is away
  • contact the school if your child does not want to go to school
  • arrange doctor and dentist appointments out of school hours
  • arrange personal shopping trips with your son/daughter or birthday celebrations out of school hours
  • do not allow your child to stay at home for minor reasons.


Is regular attendance at school important?

  • Yes – from the first day. If your child misses the basic skills in primary school they can experience difficulties with their learning
  • Regular attendance is essential to make sure learning is not disrupted. Regular learning provides building blocks for the future
  • Schools help children to develop important social skills, such as friendship building, teamwork, communication skills and healthy self-esteem.


What can I expect from the school?

  • Monitoring of student attendance and review progress on a weekly basis
  • Strategies to help you as a parent encourage your child to go to school.


What help can I get if my child refuses to go to school or is truanting?

The school can offer a range of support options:

  • teacher working with the student in a supportive, counselling role school student welfare co-ordinator working with the student
  • provide a mentor for your child
  • home visits to identify the problem and help work it through with parents
  • identify the reasons why your child doesn’t want to go to school
  • strategies to help you encourage your child to go to school
  • develop an incentive program to encourage your child to attend school
  • link with community agencies


Must I send my child to school every day?

Yes, unless:

  • your child is too sick or injured to go to school
  • your child has an infectious disease
  • the principal is provided with any other genuine and acceptable reason for absence.


Will my child be marked absent if they are doing a TAFE, VET or community program?

No – as long as it is part of the school program.


What if my child is involved in sport?

No – as long as it is part of the school program.


Do I need to let the school know if my child has been away?

Yes – for the wellbeing of your child, Department of Education has an attendance policy for teachers and schools.


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Letter to Families

Fact Sheet

Back to 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 - 2022

Return completed forms to this email address:


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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

NAPLAN Website


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You can now order and pay for Canteen items online. The cut-off for ordering is 9.00 am on the day. 


It will take you a few minutes to set up an account. You can add as many children as you want to the account. You can either add the exact payment amount or allocate some funds to your account and the charges will be deducted after each purchase. Payment methods are Direct Deposit, Credit Card or PayPal. If you have any queries in regards to QuickCliq don’t hesitate to call them on 1300 116 637


To get started please click on one of the pages below. This will take you directly to the QuickCliq website. Follow the instructions to create an account. After the initial registration, you can download the QuickCliq App on your phone and complete your canteen orders from the App.


The canteen is always looking for volunteers and so if you have a few spare hours please contact the school on 98920611.


To view or print our menu, click here Canteen Menu


For more information and how to use QuickCliq



QuickCliq website





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P&C meetings are held twice a term.


Your P&C Needs You

Held in NASHS staffroom (entrance via NASHS main administration building and upstairs)

2022 Office Bearers

President Tash Weir
Secretary Vacant
School Board Rep Tash Weir


Email Contact Address 

Our P&C is a combined NASHS & Albany Secondary Education Support Centre Association. New and existing parents/carers are very welcome to attend P&C meetings.


The canteen is operated and staffed by the P&C and provides a range of healthy food options for students.  Lunches can be ordered online using quickcliq


Our P&C provides the forum for parents, teachers and citizens to collaborate to continuously improve our schools, North Albany Senior High School and Albany Secondary Education Support Centre. 

We meet twice a term and always welcome new faces. Each year office bearers for the P&C are elected at the AGM. This year we are looking for new people and ideas for all positions.

Volunteers who take on these positions will be given good support and training, no previous experience is required.



Here are some reasons as to why you should be involved in our P&C:


  • You get a behind‐the‐scenes look at your child’s school. The NASHS and ASESC Principals, participate in the meetings, and we get to hear from them some of the great things that have been happening at school – things that often aren’t in the newsletters.
  • We get asked our opinions on school matters and get to have an input in some decisions.
  • We have the opportunity to ask questions about school policies and procedures and get things clarified.
  • P & C is a way for parents to be heard, and to be a valued voice in the community.
  • Plus, you feel a part of your child’s education and get to spend a pleasant couple of hours in friendly
  • Great company, and share a cuppa!


Just a few things your P & C does:


  • Successfully applied for funding for Solar Panels at NASHS which were installed in 2018
  • Fundraising is used to provide facilities and resources for the students eg lockers, outdoor seating, iPads, Endeavour Awards, outdoor table tennis table and support ASESC Unity Days.




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IMPORTANT UPDATE: Uniform availability


NASHS Uniform Policy


School uniforms can be purchased from Albany Schoolwear Outlet


85 Cockburn Rd, Centennial Park WA 6330


Opening Hours


7:30am - 11:00am   Tuesday

1:00pm - 5:00pm     Wednesday

1:00pm - 5:00pm     Thursday

9:00am - 12:00pm    Saturday



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