This year’s GSSHS Production – The Wedding Singer, is to be held on three consecutive evenings;
This year’s GSSHS Annual Music Concert is to be held on Tuesday 18 September in the Performing and Visual Arts Theatre at Governor Stirling SHS. Starting at 6.3opm, the junior and senior concert bands along with the junior and senior classical guitar ensembles and choir will all perform for one night only.
WHAT: GSSHS Annual Music Concert 2018
WHERE: Performing and Visual Arts Theatre, Governor Stirling SHS
WHEN: Tuesday 18 September at 6:30pm
COST: Tickets ($8 Adults/$5 Concession) available on https://www.trybooking.com/422234
|Governor Stirling SHS
Invites You to the 2018 Annual
Arts Showcase Exhibition
|6:30pm – 8:30pm Thursday 13 September 2018, School Administration Foyer, 25 Third Ave Woodbridge.|
|The exhibition showcases the best work from our Artsmedia, Photography, Visual Art and Media students from Year 7 to 12, with live entertainment provided by our talented Music students.|
|Free admission, no bookings required, see attached invite.
(Artwork by Year 11 Student Caleb James).
The 2018 Parent Opinion Survey is now open. This survey gives parents the opportunity to provide feedback to us on how satisfied you are in the way the school provides for your child. The information will assist the school in our self-assessment process and in improving our service to students.
Click here to complete the survey.
Please complete as soon as possible. The survey will remain open for the next few weeks.
Dr Pasco Putrino
To follow the G&T Canberra Tour 2018 Blog: CLICK HERE
|Wednesday, 31 January||Term 1 begins for students|
|Monday, 5 March
Friday, 30 March
Monday, 2 April
|Labour Day Holiday
|Tuesday, 3 April
Wednesday, 11 April
Friday, 13 April
Student Free Day
End of Term 1
|Saturday 14 April – Sunday 29 April||End of Term Holidays|
|Monday, 30 April||Student Free Day|
|Tuesday, 1 May
Monday 4 June
Wednesdays, 27 June
|Term 2 begins for students
Western Australia Day
Student Free Day
|Friday, 29 June||End of Term 2|
|Saturday 30 June – Sunday 15 July||End of Term Holidays|
|Monday, 16 July||Student Free Day|
|Tuesday, 17 July||Term 3 begins for students|
|Friday, 21 September||End of Term 3|
|Saturday 22 September – Sunday 7 October||End of Term Holidays|
|Monday, 8 October||Term 4 begins for students|
|Friday 14 December||Student Free Day|
|Thursday, 13 December||End of Term 4 for students|
|Friday, 14 December||End of Term 4 for Teachers|
Pupil Free Day and Parent/Teacher Interviews
Wednesday 27 June 2018 is a Pupil Free Day. Staff will undertake Professional Development, which will then be followed by the Parent/Teacher interview afternoon. Five minute interviews are available by appointment only, from 1:00 pm to 5:55pm for you to discuss your son/daughter’s progress.
To book interviews please use the online booking system (SOBS). If you do not have access to the internet please contact the school office to arrange your interview times, no later than 12 noon Tuesday 26 June.
The online procedure is as follows:
In your web browser type www.govo.wa.edu.au and when this appears click the SOBS online booking system icon (located on the home page) and follow the link.
The online booking system will be accessible from 6am Monday 18 June through to midnight Tuesday 26 June. No interview requests will be accepted outside of these times.
Teachers may request an interview with you if they feel there is a matter of importance which should be discussed.
Semester 1 reports will be published via CONNECT at 12 noon on Tuesday 26 June. If you are unable to view your report you are welcome to collect your report on the afternoon of the interviews from 1:00 pm through the front office.
Please bring your child to accompany you to the interview as this often assists the discussion and clarification of outcomes.
In 2018, subject selection for Year 10’s has been streamlined through the use of Subject Selection Online (SSO). Your child will be able to access the program for subject selection from 12 June at 6.45pm until the start of the course counselling sessions on 27 June at 12.00pm.
To begin this process, click on the SSO logo below:
Please note, the site is only available between the times and dates above.
How can my child log in?
Your child will need to go the website, and go to the Reset Password link. They will need to enter their Department of Education email address and click Submit.
An email will be sent to the address that was entered, containing the login code which will then allow your child to set a new password.
What do I need to do as a parent/carer?
Discuss the selections with your child. It’s also a good idea to sit with them and read the information, as it also includes information about payments. High Cost options need to have 50% of the total paid at the time of selecting the subject. If you have any queries or concerns relating to payment, please contact the school.
You can make payment for your child’s selections using a credit or debit card, by clicking the BPoint button in the selection process. You should only do this after you have checked your child’s selections and printed the selection report and signed.
What do I do if I need help?
Any questions associated with logging in or navigating the web site will be answered by the school. Please note that administration at SSO cannot directly assist you. Any general questions about the selection process can also be dealt with by the school. More specific queries concerning your child’s subject selection can be addressed at the course counselling sessions on Wednesday 27 June. Bookings for these sessions will be available soon.
You can contact the school on 6274 0300 during school office hours.
Governor Stirling SHS
Year 10 Subject Selection and Course Counselling 2018
A meeting will be held in the Governor Stirling SHS Performing Arts Theatre on Tuesday 12 June, 6:00 – 7:00 pm, for all Year 10 students and their parents. Information will be presented regarding subject selection for Year 11 2019. This year we are using an online selection system to streamline the process. Details about the process will be outlined at the meeting, along with current School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) requirements for WACE attainment, and subject-specific information. Every student attending will be given a 2018 SCSA Year Ten Information Handbook. Course counselling will then be held at the end of the term. Details in terms of time and place will be communicated shortly.
Second round applications are now open for Approved Specialist Programs*;
Limited places are still available, SECOND ROUND APPLICATIONS CLOSE:
WEDNESDAY 20 June 2018.
For more information and to apply CLICK HERE.
*Approved Specialist Programs are available to children living outside our local intake area.