The Aboriginal Education Team at Governor Stirling Senior High School cordially invites Year 6 students enrolled at this school for Year 7 in 2018, and their families, to a special Aboriginal Transition Afternoon.
Place: Maali Centre, Governor Stirling Senior High School
Date: Tuesday 28 November 2017.
SESSION 1 – STUDENTS ONLY: 2 – 3 pm
SESSION 2 – FAMILIES TO JOIN STUDENTS: 3 – 4 pm
For more information click link below;
Year 6 Orientation Day
Date: Thursday 30 November 2017
Time: 8:45am – 2:40pm
Place: Governor Stirling Senior High School
This day will give Year 6 students an opportunity to experience many of the Learning Areas they will be involved in during their secondary school years, and an opportunity to meet some of the staff members involved.
Students should wear their usual school uniform and enclosed shoes and bring a bag with a water bottle and pen. Students involved in trials for the Netball Program should be prepared to stay behind at the end of the Orientation Day program, for a later pick up.
Parents should drop off/pick up their child at the roundabout on Third Avenue, where staff will be supervising. Parking can be an issue, so parents are encouraged to resist the urge to linger.
We will be providing students with cookies/juice for morning tea, and sandwiches/fruit for lunch. Please notify us of any allergies/dietary needs on 6274 0300 before Friday November 24, 2017.
Year 6 Parent Information Night – Transition
We are pleased to welcome you and your child to Governor Stirling Senior High School for 2018. We aim to make your child’s transition into secondary schooling as smooth as possible and invite your participation in the following transition events:
What: Year 6 Parent Evening
When: Tuesday 21 November 2017
Where: Governor Stirling SHS, Performing Arts Theatre
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
For more information click link below:
All Year 7 parents and guardians are invited to join Governor Stirling SHS to attend the Year 7 Family Sundowner on Wednesday 6 of December 2017. The event is from 5:30 to 7:00pm and a Sausage Sizzle will be provided.
For further details or to RSVP to the Yr 7 Family Sundowner coordinator, please see the attached document.
If your child has exceptional academic ability, apply now for our Gifted and Talented
Academic Program. It offers a challenging curriculum for academically gifted children in four learning areas of English, mathematics, science and humanities.
Applications are now open for children entering Year 7 in 2019. A reminder to all existing parents that this program also offers a “top up” testing once a year in March available for any student entering Years 8, 9 or 10 in 2019.
Applications close 11 February 2018. To find out more, we invite you and your child
to join us at our information session on Tuesday 28 November 2017.
What: Gifted and Talented Information Session for 2018
When: Tuesday 28 November 2017
Where: Governor Stirling Senior High School, Performing Arts Theatre
Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Bookings are essential, email your attendance to our Gifted and Talented coordinator before Friday 24 November 2017 to; Jennifer.Lumia@education.wa.edu.au
ALL dance students across from Year 7-12 will be performing their final showcase for the year displaying works choreographed by their teachers (and some choreographed by the student) in a number of genres.
If you would like to attend please see details below;
WHEN: Thursday 9th November, 6.30pm
WHERE: GSSHS Performing Arts Theatre
COST: children and concession $10; adults $15
To book click here:
Give your child the challenges they need to thrive.
Applications for Gifted and Talented Secondary Selective Entrance Programs are now open. For children with exceptional academic ability and creative talent, these academic, arts and languages programs are designed to challenge them to achieve at the highest level.
If your child is going into Year 6 in 2018, applications are now open for entry into Year 7 in 2019.
Limited places may also be available for children going into Years 9, 10 and 11 in 2019.
Applications close Sunday, 11 February 2018. For more information and to apply visit education.wa.edu.au/giftedandtalented.
Let’s shine the spotlight on the incredible staff working in public education. As part of the 2017 WA Education Awards, you have an opportunity to tell the world about the talented teachers and school staff members you know with The People’s Pick.
To get involved, simply pick which the staff member you want to recognise; create a video, photo or testimonial showing what makes them incredible; and upload your message at Facebook.com/PublicEducationWA
You have until Friday 20 October to make your pick.
More information can be found on the Corporate Communications & Marketing intranet site: http://det.wa.edu.au/intranet/ccm/detcms/navigation/schools/parent-communications/?page=6#toc6
|You’re invited to come see
|A GSSHS theatre dinner production during week 3.|
|Governor Stirling SHS would like to invite you and your families to attend the production of the year; You’re History”, performed by the talented Drama and Music Students across Year 7-12 of our school. The play is both insightful and entertaining!|
|You’re History – When a nerdy teenager turns a portable classroom into a time machine, a mischievous detention class is sent hurtling back through history! The time-warped team discover vicious Vikings, Pilates-practicing Pirates, disco-happy Gladiators, a rapping Romeo and Juliet and the infamous Oedipus on Jerry Springer. With parallels between hierarchical history & todays schoolyard, here is a rollicking musical chock-full of wonderful characters, historical mayhem and sensational songs a hip, intelligent production that will rock the house!|
|Your history is produced with the permission of MAVERICK MUSICAL AND PLAYS.|
|What: You’re history” A dinner theatre production|
|When: Wed 25, Thurs 26 or Fri 27 October 2017|
|Where: GSSHS 25 Third Ave, Woodbridge 6056|
|Time: 6:00pm (running time approx. 2 hours)|
|Cost: $20 includes dinner|
|To book your tickets please see Jenny at the front office or call 6274 0300 during school hours.|
During September the Western Australia Department of Health are running several community forums for the youth of WA to have their say about the ‘WA Youth Health Policy’.
All community members aged between 13 and 24 are invited to attend.
For more information regarding these events please visit website: http://www.involvingpeopleinresearch.org.au/find-out-more/future-events-trainings
Student and parent information evening
6:00 to 7:00 pm, Thursday 3 August 2017 at Governor Stirling SHS Performing Arts Theatre. No bookings required.
Course counselling sessions
Tuesday 15 August to Thursday 17 August 2017 during school hours.
Students will be given a time-slot for an interview with a counsellor and parents are strongly recommended to attend.
If due to work commitments parents are unable to attend, please ensure you have signed off against the student’s course selections which appear on the last page of the Course selection booklet, previously distributed to students.