The National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) takes place each year for students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9.
In 2019, schools in South Australia will undertake the compulsory NAPLAN tests in an online format.
In preparation, schools are required to undertake a School Readiness Test to ensure the school's devices and infrastructure systems and processes are functional for the online tests in 2019.
On Friday 24 August, all Year 8 students will be undertaking a NAPLAN omnibus test online. This test will take approximately 1 hour.
More information regarding NAPLAN Online is available at http://www.nap.edu.au/naplan/parent-carer-support/
Please view the Privacy Collection Notice from Catholic Education South Australia and the Government of South Australia regarding NAPLAN online.
Information regarding this online omnibus test will be provided to Year 8 students in advance. However, If there are any further questions about this process, please contact Mrs Cathy Swain, Director of Curriculum.
The 2019 CASE (California Association for STEAM Education) Space School International Study Program is a unique opportunity for our girls to join this once in a lifetime, STEAM-based experience at NASA in the USA.
There is a one-hour information session about this international study program to be held on Monday 17 September
McGregor Hall, Seymour College, 546 Portrush Road, Glen Osmond
CASE Junior Space School
6pm to 7pm for students in 7, 8 and 9 in 2019
CASE Senior Space School
7:30pm to 8:30pm for students in 10, 11 and 12 in 2019
RSVP is essential.
CASE Space School International Study Program Flyer
Year 8-11 Families
Term 3 Tuesday 25 September 2018 3.30pm-8.00pm College Gymnasium
Families will receive information in Term 3 for this PTN event.
Any queries can be directed to Mrs Jo Cirocco
In 2018, SEQTA Engage will be available for all families.
This Parent Portal will enable you to access information about your daughter's learning, including:
SEQTA Engage can be accessed through an app on your mobile device or on a computer via a website.
Parents who have already registered
Parents who have not yet registered
SEQTA Engage is now operational and we welcome any comments or feedback from families on this new Parent Portal - SEQTA Engage Feedback Email.
Response to 13 Reasons Why
A TV series titled 13 Reasons Why was recently released via Netflix. The series portrays the story of a young girl who ended her life. Mental health experts have expressed significant concerns about the graphic nature and content of the series and its failure to promote positive, proactive and effective help-seeking behaviours.
We encourage you to monitor and discuss your daughter’s social media use and television program viewing at home. Our school counsellor is happy to communicate with you should you have any concerns.
A document produced by Headspace is available to families by clicking the link below.
This will assist you in discussing the series with your daughter.
If you or anyone you know needs help, please contact Lifeline on 13 11 14, Headspace on 1800 650 890 or Kids Helpline on 1800 551 800.
Accurate and up to date information about our students and their families is integral to the delivery of the College’s comprehensive education and Pastoral Care Program.
Changes to any of the following details can be communicated to the College Student Records Officer by completing and returning the Change of Student Details Form.
The Change of Student Details Form is available to download below. This form is also available from the Front Office of the College.
Please contact Mrs Jo Cirocco, Student Records, at the College on 8333 6300 for any assistance.
If your daughter has a serious medical condition and there is currently a Medical Action Plan in place, it is important that an Action Plan is held by the College. Should you need to update or change any details to the Medical Action Plan please download the appropriate form or alternatively, contact the Senior First Aid Officer at the College, Ms Lucy Levato, for a copy to be forwarded to you. The Medical Action Plan must be completed by parents/guardians and the students’ Medical Practitioner.