Year 7 - 11 Students
All students in Years 7 - 11 have now received Subject Selection information for 2020.
Students have also received an email (at school) with their unique Edval Choice code. This code is used to submit their online subject selections and must be completed before Friday 23 August, 2019.
The Subject Selection Form together with a printed copy of the Edval Choice Form, must be signed by a parent/guardian and return to Mrs Cirocco before Friday 23 August, 2019.
If there are any questions regarding the subject selection process, please contact Mrs Jo Cirocco.
The Parent Teacher Night (PTN) for Year 7-11 students will be held in the College Gymnasium on Tuesday 24 September, 2019. The Parent Teacher Nights are an excellent opportunity for families to meet with teaching staff and discuss your daughter’s progress and strategies for improvement.
Families will receive information via email in Term 3.
If you have any queries regarding the booking process please contact Mrs Jo Cirocco.
SEQTA Engage is 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.
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.
The Australian Government Department of Education and Training is undertaking the 2019 Student Residential Address Collection.
The College has been instructed to advise parents/guardians of the request to provide a Statement of Addresses, in accordance with the Australian Education Regulation 2013 (the Regulation).
If you have any questions regarding the information contained in this notice, you can contact the department by:
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.
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.