Students

Term dates - 2021

Term 1  Term 2  Term 3  Term 4
27 January – 9 April  27 April – 2 July  19 July – 24 September  11 October – 10 December
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Staying in contact

Daymap

The Student Portal provides students with access to homework, classes and timetables to ensure you can make the most out of your learning experience.

Username: Curriculum Username
Password: Curriculum Password

For step-by-step instructions on accessing the student portal, click here.

SZapp

We encourage our students to download SZapp to keep up-to-date with school events and notifications.

You can download the app here:

For step-by-step instructions on installing SZapp, click here. 

Wordshark Online

Click here to access Wordshark Online

Student absences

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It is a Department of Education requirement that all student absences are explained by a parent or caregiver. Students need to bring in a signed note or have their parent/caregiver notify the school for all absences.

Leaving early or arriving late

If you are late or leaving early from school, your parent or caregiver must notify the school through one of the following methods:

If you are late and there has been no notification to the school, an SMS will be sent to your parent/caregiver to inform them of your absence.

If you arrive at school after 8:40am you must report to the Administration building to sign-in through the school’s computer system. All the school gates are locked from 8.45am on school days to prevent unauthorised entry/exit by students and visitors.

If you need to leave early, you must report to the Administration building to sign-out through the school’s computer system.

All students leaving school early must have permission from a parent or caregiver - no student will be signed out without this permission. Staff will contact parents and caregivers if required.

First aid

If you are feeling ill or are injured while at school, you should inform your class teacher and report to First Aid in the Resource Centre. A certified First Aid Officer will then assess you, administer first aid and contact your parent/caregiver if required. Students are not to contact parents themselves prior to reporting to First Aid.

Students must not go home, or back to class, without being released by First Aid.

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