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Wandjoo!

Kaya wandjoo yok wer maaman. Wanjoo ngala kaartadjiny-mia Governor Stirling SHS Noongar boodjar.

Established in 1959, Governor Stirling Senior High School has a proud history of academic and sporting excellence based on an educational experience that promotes respect, hard work and achievement.

 

Our students enjoy a positive and supportive learning environment responsive to their particular abilities and learning style. Our experienced teachers encourage students to imagine the possibilities, create opportunities and achieve their dreams.

 

To enrich the learning experience of each child we offer a suite of programs including Gifted & Talented, Specialist Engineering, Specialist Artsmedia, Specialist Australian Rules Football and school based programs in Academic Extension, Netball, Dance, Music, Aboriginal Education and nationally accredited vocational certifications. Rebuilt in 2012, today our students have access to a $63 million dollar state-of-the-art school campus, specialist teachers and links to various tertiary and industry bodies.

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School Base Programs

Netball

The Netball Program involves four contact hours per week consisting of both theory and practical based content.

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Music

This course is designed around 4 key outcomes – performance, composition, analysis and socio-cultural context.

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Vocational learning

VET opportunities are available to Year 11 & 12 students and provide access to further education and training pathways.

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Maali Centre Programs

The Maali Centre provides Aboriginal students with an inviting and culturally suitable environment.

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Specialist Artsmedia

Delivered in partnership with universities and industry, the Specialist Program in Artsmedia provides students with in-depth industry knowledge and access to the latest technology to develop their skills in visual arts, digital and game design, film and television, journalism and photojournalism.

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Specialist Engineering

Governor Stirling Senior High School is Western Australia’s specialist engineering school. Students will be taught by highly skilled teachers and industry experts and engage in real life engineering projects, workshops and competitions.

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Specialist AFL

The Football Program has achieved enormous success in developing rising stars in the AFL and WAFL in cooperation with junior clubs & District Development Squads.

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Alumni

At Govo, we like to keep in touch with past students and their successes.

We are very proud of how our past student’s leanings have turned into opportunities in the real world.

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Govo Goodness

If you’ve got the GOODS, then we have the SERVICE!

The GOVO Goodness Collection Service (GGCS) is a community collection hub run by a small committee group within the school.

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Automotive, Building & Construction classes, giving students a taste of the real world, right here in our schools D&T department.
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What you can do to support your young person to develop healthy respectful relationships

 Check out the Conversation Guide The Conversation Guide – Respect.gov.au on how to talk with your young person about respectful relationships. 

 Take the relationships quiz http://www.itstimetotalk.net.au/healthy-relationships-quiz 

 Click on the link to find out more on Teens and violence information | 1800RESPECT 

 Talk about signs of a healthy relationship: 
Signs of a healthy relationship  Healthy Relationships | 1800RESPECT  
A healthy relationship brings more happiness than sadness or stress. The other person doesn’t scare you and you can talk openly about your feelings.

A healthy relationship gives you freedom to:
 See family and friends
 Go out without the other person
 Control your own money
 Make decisions about your body
 Make decisions about your work, friends and where you live
 Have your own hobbies and interests
 Follow your own cultural practices, religion or spiritual beliefs.

A healthy relationship is not abusive, meaning you:
 Communicate with each other with respect
 Are not scared to be honest about how you feel
 Feel safe
 Can say no to sex.

A healthy relationship is respectful, meaning you:
 Listen to each other’s opinions and feelings
 Are able to celebrate achievements
 Dont insult or abuse each other when arguing
 Dont force each other to do things you don’t want to do
 Dont control or manipulate each other.
 Relationship behaviour that is abusive is never OK and may be domestic and family violence or sexual violence.

Repeated behaviour that makes you feel unsafe can be a sign of an abusive relationship #16DaysInWA

What you can do to support your young person to develop healthy respectful relationships

 Check out the Conversation Guide The Conversation Guide – Respect.gov.au on how to talk with your young person about respectful relationships.

 Take the relationships quiz www.itstimetotalk.net.au/healthy-relationships-quiz

 Click on the link to find out more on Teens and violence information | 1800RESPECT

 Talk about signs of a healthy relationship:
Signs of a healthy relationship Healthy Relationships | 1800RESPECT
A healthy relationship brings more happiness than sadness or stress. The other person doesn’t scare you and you can talk openly about your feelings.

A healthy relationship gives you freedom to:
 See family and friends
 Go out without the other person
 Control your own money
 Make decisions about your body
 Make decisions about your work, friends and where you live
 Have your own hobbies and interests
 Follow your own cultural practices, religion or spiritual beliefs.

A healthy relationship is not abusive, meaning you:
 Communicate with each other with respect
 Are not scared to be honest about how you feel
 Feel safe
 Can say no to sex.

A healthy relationship is respectful, meaning you:
 Listen to each other’s opinions and feelings
 Are able to celebrate achievements
 Don't insult or abuse each other when arguing
 Don't force each other to do things you don’t want to do
 Don't control or manipulate each other.
 Relationship behaviour that is abusive is never OK and may be domestic and family violence or sexual violence.

Repeated behaviour that makes you feel unsafe can be a sign of an abusive relationship #16DaysInWA
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Positive Parenting Program

Many thanks to our school psychologist Brooke, for facilitating our first Triple P seminar (Positive Parenting Program) this morning. It was wonderful to engage with our new parents, hearing their thoughts and sharing ideas on raising resilient teenagers, in particularly our new Year 7s transitioning to High School next year. We will be moving forward with more seminars in the new year, including evening events to cater for all parents/guardians time frames.

Thank you to all who attending today.

For more information on Triple P visit Online program, research-backed | Positive parenting strategies | Triple P (triplep-parenting.net.au)

Positive Parenting Program

Many thanks to our school psychologist Brooke, for facilitating our first Triple P seminar (Positive Parenting Program) this morning. It was wonderful to engage with our new parents, hearing their thoughts and sharing ideas on raising resilient teenagers, in particularly our new Year 7s transitioning to High School next year. We will be moving forward with more seminars in the new year, including evening events to cater for all parents/guardians time frames.

Thank you to all who attending today.

For more information on Triple P visit Online program, research-backed | Positive parenting strategies | Triple P (triplep-parenting.net.au)
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Great seminar- thankyou !

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