While most students were enjoying their last few weeks of the school holidays, 12 students from NASHS along with Ms Dawson and Mr Grannery departed Perth International Airport for Japan.
Your awesome Library is part of something big in Australian education. Hundreds of libraries, schools, unis and TAFEs all over the country partner with Studiosity to provide thousands of students with on-demand help after hours every night, to ethically assist with their homework and study.
At NASHS we have several ways of communicating with parents and caregivers and increasingly this is via electronic means. NASHS has a face book page at www.facebook.com/northalbanyshs We also use SMS to keep in touch with parents regarding student attendance. Our SMS number is 0409 089 160.
NASHS annual School Ball is coming up very soon and Chaplain, Jennie Small has some beautiful gowns available for loan for this great event.
Follow the Dream is a state-wide programme aimed at nurturing high achieving indigenous secondary students who show a keen interest in achieving academic excellence and in pursuing their career aspirations.
In 2016 NASHS implemented an audit of curriculum and sustainability practices across the school. Subsequently, a comprehensive sustainability plan 2017-2020 was developed. Please read on for more information and links to the NASHS Sustainability page.
Dear parents, welcome to term 1. this month during Valentine's day week we had a health promotion display in the library for sexual Health Week around messages of consent. I thought I would share with you a useful message from the Raising Children website.
Parents are advised that if an ambulance is called by the school due to an accident or injury, then the school DOES NOT cover the cost of the ambulance. Staff will consider carefully before an ambulance is called. However, if we believe one is required, then we will request an ambulance attend.
In May all year 7 and 9 students across Australia will take part in the National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN)
The 2019 WA School Based Immunisation Program will be offered at your school by the local community school health immunisation nurses.
Dear NASHS community – As you are aware we have a major building and works program planned over the next two years. We are very excited that the first part of this program commenced on Monday December 3 and will continue throughout the holidays.