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Hampton Senior High School offers comprehensive course selection processes for students transitioning into Year 11. As part of this process, current Year 10 students are invited to enrol in Year 11 (2024) at Hampton Senior High School.
WACE and Pathway Information Sessions 1-4
Year 10 students will complete four sessions prior to course selection interviews. During these sessions, students will learn about the requirements to achieve WACE and the pathway options available to them in Senior School. Between sessions, students will have time to reflect and independently research careers and courses that interest them.
Part 1: Parent/Guardian Information Evening and Career EXPO – Tuesday June 20
Family representative and Year 10 students are invited to attend the Year 11 Course Selection Evening and Expo.
|Expo||School ICT centre||6.00pm- 7.00pm.|
|Information session||School Library||7.00pm - 8.00pm.|
Both sessions are designed to assist you and your child to plan their future pathway and prepare for the course selection interview.
Each Mathematics class is assigned to a specific counsellor. Students are encouraged to see their counsellor prior to selection interviews if they have any questions or require support. Please book an appointment online through SOBS with the counsellor assigned to your child.
The counsellors are assigned below:
Part 2: Course Selection Interviews June 22 – June 30, 2023
The second stage of the course selection process entails an interview conducted with each student and their family representative. This is an important stage in course selection as often it is the first time students make choices that relate specifically to their future. The interview is offered to all family representatives and students and is an opportunity to discuss options for Year 11 as well as completing the enrolment process for 2024. These sessions will be available during the following times only.
|Term 2, Weeks 9 & 10||Thursday June 22 – Friday June 30, 2023||9.00am – 2.20pm|
|Venue:||Hampton Senior High School Library|
All appointments are for 20 minutes. Students should come to this meeting prepared with the relevant reflections and research complete. Students are expected to meet their family representative at Reception 5 minutes prior to the appointment time and then escort them to the School Library.
50% deposit is payable to secure student course selections. Deposits can be paid on the day of the interview. Payment plans are available and Mrs McKinnely will be available during the selection interview period to set up payment plans, if required. All deposits must be paid by November 24, 2023.
Important: Please log in to book or request assistance as soon as possible.
If you have any difficulties scheduling an appointment, please phone the school reception on 6235 7100
To schedule your interview please access SOBS online and book in with your child’s assigned counsellor: https://sobs.com.au/pt3/parent.php?schoolid=803
Students will have been given access to the Year 11 2024 Course Selection Handbook (as a subject selection guide) prior to this date and we expect students to discuss their options with their family representatives prior to attending selection appointments.
We look forward to your attendance at a course selection interview. This is an important occasion for your child in choosing their future pathways.
May 12, 2023
A significant part of our “raising standards” focus during term 1 was the school uniform. The
majority of students have done a wonderful job wearing the Hampton dress code each day. Coming
into the colder months, we wanted to remind you of a couple of key points:
1. Leggings (and bike shorts) are not allowed to be worn.
2. Students can wear a plain navy or white long sleeved top underneath their Hampton polo
3. Nell Gray in Inglewood have a full selection of uniforms available
4. All pants must be navy blue
5. Plain (no logos visible) navy blue shorts, skirts, pants and jumpers purchased from Best & Less, Kmart, Big W etc are allowed to be worn.
6. Hoods are not allowed on any top
7. Students will be sent to Student Services to get changed if they are not in the correct uniform. We have purchased a significant amount of plain navy clothing that students will be required
to get changed into.
8. Students who repeatedly choose not to wear the uniform in each class will receive detention
from Week 1, Term 2.
Please help us to ensure your child wears the Hampton uniform to represent our school proudly in the
The following family update has been sent to all families April 7, 2023. The update contains important information regarding –
Principal Family Update 7.4.2023
All Year 11 and Year 12 students will not be required to attend school for their normal school timetable during the examination period Term 2, Week 5 and 6 (22 – 31 May)
Please click the link for more information on what days students are required to attend.
Year 11 and Year 12 ATAR Examinations
Today we will have a different format and time for our P&C meeting with an extraordinary meeting. We welcome the members of the School Board together with the members of the P&C to a presentation by HoLAs (Heads of Learning Areas). As always, we invite all families to attend.
The presentation will take place in the Library directly after school at 3.00 pm.
On February 22 a copy of Hampton’s Good Standing Policy was sent home with students. We require parents/guardians to take the time to read through the policy with their child and complete the form attached. Once signed please return to Admin Services.
NAPLAN testing begins in week 7 for Year 7 and 9 students. Please click the link for more information.
NAPLAN Information for Parents and Carers
Year 7 immunisations will be happening on Tuesday February 28, 2023. Please click on the link for important information regarding immunisation consent forms.
Year 7 Immunisations Letter for Families
You may have heard ews reports regarding an application which can be used to create assessments and assignments. Schools have been asked to share the following information by the Department of Education.
Thank you to those families who have expressed an interest in the IMMS program. Please click on the link to view details regarding the next step which is the testing process.
IMMS Testing Letter for Families
The following update has been sent to all families via sms on 3 February 2023.
SEQTA Engage Instructions for Families
The following family update has been sent to all families 31 January 2023. The update contains important information regarding –
The following family update has been emailed to all families 20 October 2022. The update contains important information regarding –
As part of Hampton Senior High School’s dedication to promoting student mental health and social/emotional wellbeing. Your child may have accessed support from the Student Services Team. The school will be closed for the upcoming school holiday break commencing on Monday September 26 until students return on Monday October 10, 2022. This letter contains a number of support options should you have concerns over the school holidays Family support letter
Communication with families is also shared via email, SMS, Facebook and this website.
It is vital that you notify the school with any changes to your email address and mobile number. Details can be sent via our contact form here.
In the past the Circuit Maker Magazine was sent home with the eldest child of the family at the end of each term. It provided a snapshot of key events for the term with articles and many photographs. To enable our community to receive news about school events as they happen, we now use Social Media, website and direct communication.
Enjoy reading and celebrating the wonderful achievements of our students and staff.