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☀️🔥 Birak - First summer (December, January) 🔥☀️ 

The Noongar season Birak is now underway with much warmer weather. It is known as the season of the young, with dry and hot conditions during the day and afternoons cooled by the sea breeze.

This time of year is traditionally reserved for burning the country in mosaic patterns to help increase grazing pastures for animals, aid in seed germination for plants and provide a range of other benefits.

We also see young birds leaving their nests including magpies and parrots, reptiles shedding their skin for new ones and baby frogs transforming into adulthood.

☀️🔥 Birak - First summer (December, January) 🔥☀️

The Noongar season Birak is now underway with much warmer weather. It is known as the season of the young, with dry and hot conditions during the day and afternoons cooled by the sea breeze.

This time of year is traditionally reserved for burning the country in mosaic patterns to help increase grazing pastures for animals, aid in seed germination for plants and provide a range of other benefits.

We also see young birds leaving their nests including magpies and parrots, reptiles shedding their skin for new ones and baby frogs transforming into adulthood.
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We would like to thank Ian Hutton for attending the Year 12 Presentation night. We were pleased to have Ian present to our first recipient of the Stan Perron Award on behalf of Perth Rotary - Western Australia.

Izzak Bolton, we jointly agreed was a very worthy choice for this award and fulfilled the criteria with excellent attributes.

We look forward to working with Bernie Foley  and Rotary WA during 2023 and thank you for your support this year.

We would like to thank Ian Hutton for attending the Year 12 Presentation night. We were pleased to have Ian present to our first recipient of the Stan Perron Award on behalf of Perth Rotary - Western Australia.

Izzak Bolton, we jointly agreed was a very worthy choice for this award and fulfilled the criteria with excellent attributes.

We look forward to working with Bernie Foley and Rotary WA during 2023 and thank you for your support this year.
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Drop in your donations this week please. The Salvos will be collecting it all on Friday 9th Dec.
Thank you.

Drop in your donations this week please. The Salvo's will be collecting it all on Friday 9th Dec.
Thank you.We would like to reach out to the Hampton SHS community to let you know about our collaboration with the Morley Salvos to assist with their Christmas Appeal for families in need.

We are collecting (new) toys and food for their appeal which can be dropped off at the front office at Hampton. We thank you in advance for any contributions you are able to make.
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Every school day counts...because children can miss out on the basic skills and may experience difficulties later with their learning.

Every school day counts...because children can miss out on the basic skills and may experience difficulties later with their learning. ... See MoreSee Less

Great redevelopment news which may be of future benefit to a number of our students.

Great redevelopment news which may be of future benefit to a number of our students.Awesome news for current and future students across Nollamara, Morley, Dianella, Noranda and Beechboro - a world class TAFE facility on our doorstep! ... See MoreSee Less

A cold and wet day was ahead for the girls as we travelled up into the hills on Friday November 18th for the Hills Cup Netball Carnival hosted by Eastern Hills SHS. 
The team was set for playing in some gruelling conditions on the courts. They showed composure, the Hampton team spirit and grit. The team consisted of Year 9 and 10 girls with the help of a couple of amazing coaches/umpires from Year 11. 
Everyone represented Hampton with competitiveness, pride and good sportsmanship. We came away with a few close wins and a tie. A successful day full of community netball spirit.

A cold and wet day was ahead for the girls as we travelled up into the hills on Friday November 18th for the Hills Cup Netball Carnival hosted by Eastern Hills SHS.
The team was set for playing in some gruelling conditions on the courts. They showed composure, the Hampton team spirit and grit. The team consisted of Year 9 and 10 girls with the help of a couple of amazing coaches/umpires from Year 11.
Everyone represented Hampton with competitiveness, pride and good sportsmanship. We came away with a few close wins and a tie. A successful day full of community netball spirit.
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Congratulations to the fantastic dancers of Eden Hill Primary School and Woodbridge Primary School who recently shared the stage with students from the Hampton Senior High School Gifted and Talented dance group.  
Thank you to Tamara Spence from Eden Hill and Alison de Munnik from Woodbridge for your collaboration with Hamptons Kate Jenkins. We were proud to host Eden Hill and Woodbridge for this matinee performance and were sure we will see many of you as applicants to the GAT program.
Remember applications for the Gifted and Talented dance program need to be made for your child when they are in Year 5 to start in Year 7.
https://www.hampton.wa.edu.au/gifted-talented-dance/

Congratulations to the fantastic dancers of Eden Hill Primary School and Woodbridge Primary School who recently shared the stage with students from the Hampton Senior High School Gifted and Talented dance group.
Thank you to Tamara Spence from Eden Hill and Alison de Munnik from Woodbridge for your collaboration with Hampton's Kate Jenkins. We were proud to host Eden Hill and Woodbridge for this matinee performance and we're sure we will see many of you as applicants to the GAT program.
Remember applications for the Gifted and Talented dance program need to be made for your child when they are in Year 5 to start in Year 7.
https://hampton.wa.edu.au/gifted-talented-dance/
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Congratulations!!
A very proud Brianne Yarran and well deserved on completing 🇺🇸🗽❤️💛🖤 the Indigenous New York City Marathon!
Brianne gratefully acknowledges everyone for their support and love and gives details of her training program and her pathway to success.
Mum Sherri Bagshaw, Coach Damian Tuck, Legend and best running uncle Rob de Castella, best Physio Shena Dale and the woman who started this journey for me back in 2016 when she ran the NYC marathon as part of her IMP squad Kimba Benjamin❤️.

3km IMP try out ✅
10km Canberra Mother’s Day classic ✅
21.1km Gold Coast half marathon ✅ 
25km Noongar community run ✅ 
30km Mparntwe Alice Springs selection event ✅
Brianne Yarran

Congratulations!!
A very proud Brianne Yarran and well deserved on completing 🇺🇸🗽❤️💛🖤 the Indigenous New York City Marathon!
Brianne gratefully acknowledges everyone for their support and love and gives details of her training program and her pathway to success.
"Mum Sherri Bagshaw, Coach Damian Tuck, Legend and best running uncle Rob de Castella, best Physio Shena Dale and the woman who started this journey for me back in 2016 when she ran the NYC marathon as part of her IMP squad Kimba Benjamin❤️."

3km IMP try out ✅
10km Canberra Mother’s Day classic ✅
21.1km Gold Coast half marathon ✅
25km Noongar community run ✅
30km Mparntwe Alice Springs selection event ✅
Brianne Yarran
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Hampton SHS runs one of only two Gifted and Talented Dance Programs in the state. 
As the lovely Kate Jenkins goes onto Maternity leave in 2023 we are seeking a qualified dance teacher with experience in a range of genres to join our  dynamic arts team! 

Please contact HoLA Sascha via email @sascha.bragaglia@education.wa.edu.au
WA Dance Info
Dance Educators WA
Ausdance WA
DANCE TEACHERS AUSTRALIA

Hampton SHS runs one of only two Gifted and Talented Dance Programs in the state.
As the lovely Kate Jenkins goes onto Maternity leave in 2023 we are seeking a qualified dance teacher with experience in a range of genres to join our dynamic arts team!

Please contact HoLA Sascha via email @[email protected]
WA Dance Info
Dance Educators WA
Ausdance WA
DANCE TEACHERS AUSTRALIA
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Every school day counts. It is important to understand and work on the underlying reasons why your teenager is not going to school.

Every school day counts. It is important to understand and work on the underlying reasons why your teenager is not going to school. ... See MoreSee Less

Final P&C meeting for 2022 tomorrow 6.30 pm - 7.30 pm
Monday 28 November held in the Library.
Come along and meet the friendly group of members of the P&C.  New to Hampton in 2023 and interested?  Please come along tomorrow night and introduce yourself.  Everyone is welcome.

Final P&C meeting for 2022 tomorrow 6.30 pm - 7.30 pm
Monday 28 November held in the Library.
Come along and meet the friendly group of members of the P&C. New to Hampton in 2023 and interested? Please come along tomorrow night and introduce yourself. Everyone is welcome.
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Year 6s we are looking forward to welcoming you tomorrow (Monday 28 November) to the Year 7 Orientation Day at Hampton SHS.  Reminder texts have been sent to ask families to drop students at the Performing Arts Centre, please use the basketball entrance.  Lunch order forms can be used to sample what our lovely ladies at the canteen can offer, or everyone is welcome to bring along their own lunch.  
It is vital that your childs enrolment has already been accepted. If you are still to apply, please contact the Administration Services office on 6235 7100

Year 6s we are looking forward to welcoming you tomorrow (Monday 28 November) to the Year 7 Orientation Day at Hampton SHS. Reminder texts have been sent to ask families to drop students at the Performing Arts Centre, please use the basketball entrance. Lunch order forms can be used to sample what our lovely ladies at the canteen can offer, or everyone is welcome to bring along their own lunch.
It is vital that your child's enrolment has already been accepted. If you are still to apply, please contact the Administration Services office on 6235 7100
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ABSTUDY for higher education and training ... See MoreSee Less

Please save the attendance line number 0407 192 197 to your mobile to report an absence (by SMS only).
Use of the Schoolzine (SZ) app will cease from 30 November.
Alternatively call the Attendance Officer on 6235 7197 or send an email to hampton.shs@education.wa.edu.au
Early pick up from school/appointments messages can also be arranged using the attendance SMS system.

Please save the attendance line number 0407 192 197 to your mobile to report an absence (by SMS only).
Use of the Schoolzine (SZ) app will cease from 30 November.
Alternatively call the Attendance Officer on 6235 7197 or send an email to [email protected]
Early pick up from school/appointments messages can also be arranged using the attendance SMS system.
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We would like to reach out to the Hampton SHS community to let you know about our collaboration with the Morley Salvos to assist with their Christmas Appeal for families in need.

We are collecting (new) toys and food for their appeal which can be dropped off at the front office at Hampton. We thank you in advance for any contributions you are able to make.

We would like to reach out to the Hampton SHS community to let you know about our collaboration with the Morley Salvos to assist with their Christmas Appeal for families in need.

We are collecting (new) toys and food for their appeal which can be dropped off at the front office at Hampton. We thank you in advance for any contributions you are able to make.
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Last week 14 students attended the SUBS in Schools WA State Finals. We are proud to say that they have come away as 2022 WA State Champions for the SUBS in Schools Large ROV Professional Class. In addition to that, the students have also achieved both 2nd and 3rd place, making it a Hampton clean sweep! Well done to all students who participated!

Last week 14 students attended the SUBS in Schools WA State Finals. We are proud to say that they have come away as 2022 WA State Champions for the SUBS in Schools Large ROV Professional Class. In addition to that, the students have also achieved both 2nd and 3rd place, making it a Hampton clean sweep! Well done to all students who participated! ... See MoreSee Less

Every school day counts...because school helps children build confidence in areas such as communication, teamwork, organization, and social skills.

Every school day counts...because school helps children build confidence in areas such as communication, teamwork, organization, and social skills. ... See MoreSee Less

Hampton Senior High School uniforms are provided by Nell Gray (Uniform Concepts).  The Nell Gray Uniform superstore is located at 832 Beaufort Street Inglewood.

Phone: 9270 4658
Email:  inglewood@uc.nellgray.com.au
Website: www.nellgray.com.au/Schools/Hampton-Senior-High-School-(1)

Hampton Senior High School uniforms are provided by Nell Gray (Uniform Concepts). The Nell Gray Uniform superstore is located at 832 Beaufort Street Inglewood.

Phone: 9270 4658
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.nellgray.com.au/Schools/…
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Hofmann Engineering are seeking apprentices for 2023. 
Year 11 and 12 students who are interested in completing a Fitting and Machining or Fabrication apprenticeship, please contact Hampton VET Coordinator Carol Woodacre on 6235 7126

Hofmann Engineering are seeking apprentices for 2023.
Year 11 and 12 students who are interested in completing a Fitting and Machining or Fabrication apprenticeship, please contact Hampton VET Coordinator Carol Woodacre on 6235 7126
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On Saturday 12 November, two teams of students entered The Game Changer Awards at Curtin University.
Heat to a tea  - presented a great idea for campers or anyone who gets a hot drink.... but it gets cold before its consumed. This low tech solution got a few of the busy judges interested.
Your space in space - was a detailed setup of a potential space research station where studies on the liveability characteristics of Mars could be carried out. Each wing would be researching different aspects. Their arduino prototype was explained in detail to the judges who had lots of questions.

Well done to the students who attended for all your hard work and excellent presentations!

On Saturday 12 November, two teams of students entered The Game Changer Awards at Curtin University.
'Heat to a tea' - presented a great idea for campers or anyone who gets a hot drink.... but it gets cold before it's consumed. This low tech solution got a few of the busy judges interested.
'Your space in space' - was a detailed setup of a potential space research station where studies on the liveability characteristics of Mars could be carried out. Each 'wing' would be researching different aspects. Their arduino prototype was explained in detail to the judges who had lots of questions.

Well done to the students who attended for all your hard work and excellent presentations!
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When many of us think of Nepal, we think of Mt. Everest, but for some of our Hampton community this was previously home and where many have families.  The Non-Resident Nepali Association will be holding a whole day of celebrations on Saturday 26 November. 
Please check the details in the second image for further details regarding Cultural Displays/Delicious Momos & Nepali Food Stalls, Ethnic Nepali Dances and much more.
This is a Free & family friendly event.

When many of us think of Nepal, we think of Mt. Everest, but for some of our Hampton community this was previously home and where many have families. The Non-Resident Nepali Association will be holding a whole day of celebrations on Saturday 26 November.
Please check the details in the second image for further details regarding Cultural Displays/Delicious Momos & Nepali Food Stalls, Ethnic Nepali Dances and much more.
This is a Free & family friendly event.
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At the beginning of November the Year 8 Applied Science Program had their final showcase at Scitech. Students presented their project ideas in an open forum along with other schools and parents. 
This gave them a chance to apply valuable science communication skills and show off their hard work this year. Principal Tracy Griffiths also attended the event and was impressed with thoughtful, well researched and presented ideas aiming to address local food, energy or water issues. 
Well done Year 8s and many thanks to Shona, Steven and the other staff at Scitech!

At the beginning of November the Year 8 Applied Science Program had their final showcase at Scitech. Students presented their project ideas in an open forum along with other schools and parents.
This gave them a chance to apply valuable science communication skills and show off their hard work this year. Principal Tracy Griffiths also attended the event and was impressed with "thoughtful, well researched and presented" ideas aiming to address local food, energy or water issues.
Well done Year 8s and many thanks to Shona, Steven and the other staff at Scitech!
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Last night Hampton Bush Ranger Cadets celebrated their activities and adventures of 2022.

With a special mention to;
• Liam Killian who stood up as tribute to be MC for the evening and did an excellent job speaking in front of his peers, parents and guardians.
• Aika Nowak and Xiana Padin Fraga - Aspiration Award Winners  - Cadets who are seen as emerging leaders in the unit, whose actions reflect the ongoing growth and development of the unit.
• Isaac Andrews - Innovation (Young McGyver) Award – Cadet who brings new ideas and solving problems in creative and innovative ways for the betterment of the unit.
• Ava Bantz, Geanna Vega and Liam Killian – Achievement Award consistently demonstrating improvement in their participation and effort in the unit.
• Luke Ross – Cadet of the Year who demonstrated a high level of dedication in all areas of Cadets consistently throughout the year.

Last night Hampton Bush Ranger Cadets celebrated their activities and adventures of 2022.

With a special mention to;
• Liam Killian who stood up as tribute to be MC for the evening and did an excellent job speaking in front of his peers, parents and guardians.
• Aika Nowak and Xiana Padin Fraga - Aspiration Award Winners - Cadets who are seen as emerging leaders in the unit, whose actions reflect the ongoing growth and development of the unit.
• Isaac Andrews - Innovation (Young McGyver) Award – Cadet who brings new ideas and solving problems in creative and innovative ways for the betterment of the unit.
• Ava Bantz, Geanna Vega and Liam Killian – Achievement Award consistently demonstrating improvement in their participation and effort in the unit.
• Luke Ross – Cadet of the Year who demonstrated a high level of dedication in all areas of Cadets consistently throughout the year.
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Well done to all students who had the chance to represent Hampton at the Athletics West WA Athletics All Schools event! 
A fantastic weekend with all students showing great team spirit and competing to the best of their abilities.

Some outstanding individual results with the following students awarded medals for their achievements: 

Patrick Catley    -    Silver in Boys Under 18 High Jump
Archie Leahy     -    Silver in Boys Under 15 400m and 
                               Gold in Boys Under 15 800m
Michael Makia   -   Gold in Boys Under 15 100m Para, 
                               Gold in Boys Under 18 400m Para and 
                               Gold in Boys Under 15 800m Para

Well done to all students who had the chance to represent Hampton at the Athletics West WA Athletics All Schools event!
A fantastic weekend with all students showing great team spirit and competing to the best of their abilities.

Some outstanding individual results with the following students awarded medals for their achievements:

Patrick Catley - Silver in Boys Under 18 High Jump
Archie Leahy - Silver in Boys Under 15 400m and
Gold in Boys Under 15 800m
Michael Makia - Gold in Boys Under 15 100m Para,
Gold in Boys Under 18 400m Para and
Gold in Boys Under 15 800m Para
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It is always great to see what Hampton Alumni are up to. 
Past students Greg Anderson and Jake Black competed in the Apprentice Olympics 2022 today. They are finishing off their 1st year of Mechanical Engineering - Air Conditioning Apprenticeships. Following in the footsteps of another past student, Ben Neaves who won that same competition 5 years ago, working for the same company as Greg and Jake.

Another Hampton Alumni success.

It is always great to see what Hampton Alumni are up to.
Past students Greg Anderson and Jake Black competed in the Apprentice Olympics 2022 today. They are finishing off their 1st year of Mechanical Engineering - Air Conditioning Apprenticeships. Following in the footsteps of another past student, Ben Neaves who won that same competition 5 years ago, working for the same company as Greg and Jake.

Another Hampton Alumni success.
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Remembrance Day is a time to reflect and to honour the service and sacrifice of all Australian Defence Force and their families.

Remembrance Day is a time to reflect and to honour the service and sacrifice of all Australian Defence Force and their families. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to Ruma Davis Year 11, whose painting was one of twelve chosen for the YouthCARE Australia Art exhibition and festival! 

Her artwork will be on display at the  YouthCARE Australia  Together Family Festival on Saturday 17 December 2022 at Claremont Showgrounds. The festival includes a petting zoo, food trucks, rides, markets, fireworks and so much more.

Congratulations to Ruma Davis Year 11, whose painting was one of twelve chosen for the YouthCARE Australia Art exhibition and festival!

Her artwork will be on display at the YouthCARE Australia Together Family Festival on Saturday 17 December 2022 at Claremont Showgrounds. The festival includes a petting zoo, food trucks, rides, markets, fireworks and so much more.
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A huge congratulations to Ben Adams for his success at Official YOH Fest!

A huge congratulations to Ben Adams for his success at Official YOH Fest!The winner for our ‘Solo/Duo Drama’ competition was ‘Spaghetti Western’ From Hampton SHS. This performance also won the Health Award for the
‘Solo/Duo Drama’ Category

Our runner up for ‘Solo/Duo Drama’ competition was ‘Cliche Tragedy’ from St Luke’s College!

Congratulations to all of our winners and thank you to everyone who competed!!!
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Congratulations to all of our students who had the chance to compete in this years Official YOH Fest. Our talented students were able to take home an award in three categories!
YoH Fest (Youth on Health) is Western Australia’s largest performing arts competition, and we could not be prouder of these students!  
Runner Up - Dance
Winner - Solo/Duo Drama Health Award 
Winner - Solo/Duo Drama

Congratulations to all of our students who had the chance to compete in this years Official YOH Fest. Our talented students were able to take home an award in three categories!
YoH Fest (Youth on Health) is Western Australia’s largest performing arts competition, and we could not be prouder of these students!
Runner Up - Dance
Winner - Solo/Duo Drama Health Award
Winner - Solo/Duo Drama
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What a fantastic achievement. We are very proud of you Bree.

What a fantastic achievement. We are very proud of you Bree.Whadjuck, Wagyl Kaip, Balladong woman Bree Yarran just completed the New York City Marathon!!

Congratulations marathoner!

YOU DID IT

Indigenous Marathon Project Graduate #128

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Every school day counts...because school enables children to build on their knowledge and skills each day, each week and each year.

Every school day counts...because school enables children to build on their knowledge and skills each day, each week and each year. ... See MoreSee Less

Dianella Secondary College (DSC) hosted an amazing Follow the Dream Careers Afternoon yesterday called the Koolangka Bidi (Children Path) for all the schools in our Follow the Dream Program (Dianella Secondary College, Hampton Senior High School, Kiara College and Morley Senior High School). 

Karalee Blake, the FTD Teacher in Charge at DSC, organised a fantastic array of booths from Aboriginal owned, managed and lead businesses from across WA. Larger businesses were also there like Rio Tinto and Western Power, who sent some of their Aboriginal employees (some of whom are FTD Alumni) to have a yarn with our FTD students about their future pathways. 

Families of the FTD students were welcome and encouraged to attend the event, and it was great to see so many of them there facilitating the engagement with their children and the businesses. 

During the event FTD students were tasked with identifying at least three companies or pathways they were interested in finding more information on going forward. 

These results from the students will guide our 2023 FTD planning for worksite visits and industry incursions. Thank you very much to; Karalee Blake for her brilliant event organisation, all the businesses that attended and all the FTD family members who could be there.

Dianella Secondary College (DSC) hosted an amazing Follow the Dream Careers Afternoon yesterday called the Koolangka Bidi (Children Path) for all the schools in our Follow the Dream Program (Dianella Secondary College, Hampton Senior High School, Kiara College and Morley Senior High School).

Karalee Blake, the FTD Teacher in Charge at DSC, organised a fantastic array of booths from Aboriginal owned, managed and lead businesses from across WA. Larger businesses were also there like Rio Tinto and Western Power, who sent some of their Aboriginal employees (some of whom are FTD Alumni) to have a yarn with our FTD students about their future pathways.

Families of the FTD students were welcome and encouraged to attend the event, and it was great to see so many of them there facilitating the engagement with their children and the businesses.

During the event FTD students were tasked with identifying at least three companies or pathways they were interested in finding more information on going forward.

These results from the students will guide our 2023 FTD planning for worksite visits and industry incursions. Thank you very much to; Karalee Blake for her brilliant event organisation, all the businesses that attended and all the FTD family members who could be there.
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Find out more about parents and guardians rights and obligations in this free one-hour online workshop.

Find out more about parents and guardians rights and obligations in this free one-hour online workshop.Parents, do you engage someone to look after or work with your kids? 👩‍👦📝 You should ask to see a current Working with Children (WWC) Check and validate it on our website.

✔️Find out more about parents and guardians rights and obligations in this free one-hour online workshop.
📍12-1pm, 10 November
🌐 Register today:
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Week 10 of Term 3 saw the Bush Rangers attend a camp all the way up at Ningaloo! After two long days of driving and an overnight stop at Hamelin Pool Caravan Park, they finally arrived at Cape Range National Park. In spite of the dark and the wind, they managed to successfully set up their tents.
Highlights from the trip were hiking Mandu Mandu, the sunset whale watching tour and the glass bottom boat snorkelling tour. Students had a great time exploring the reef and diving from the boat.
Students participated in environmental clean-up activities including collecting marine debris along the beach, tree pruning, weeding and collecting native seeds.
Thank you to Denise Cullen, Zoe Flint, Ben Levey, Brayden Little and Alyxia Lum for organising and accompanying the students on this fantastic trip!

Week 10 of Term 3 saw the Bush Rangers attend a camp all the way up at Ningaloo! After two long days of driving and an overnight stop at Hamelin Pool Caravan Park, they finally arrived at Cape Range National Park. In spite of the dark and the wind, they managed to successfully set up their tents.
Highlights from the trip were hiking Mandu Mandu, the sunset whale watching tour and the glass bottom boat snorkelling tour. Students had a great time exploring the reef and diving from the boat.
Students participated in environmental clean-up activities including collecting marine debris along the beach, tree pruning, weeding and collecting native seeds.
Thank you to Denise Cullen, Zoe Flint, Ben Levey, Brayden Little and Alyxia Lum for organising and accompanying the students on this fantastic trip!
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We are always happy to hear our leavers exciting news. Congratulations Samantha Jade.
A reminder to the 2022 Year 12s to stay in touch, good luck, stay safe and be this happy.

We are always happy to hear our 'leavers' exciting news. Congratulations Samantha Jade.
A reminder to the 2022 Year 12s to stay in touch, good luck, stay safe and be this happy.
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Thank you to Mindflight7, HaSS and other staff involved in making the Virtual Reality Career Taster Program possible. 114 Year 9s participated, with all indications pointing to a highly enjoyable and educational experience.

Thank you to Mindflight7, HaSS and other staff involved in making the Virtual Reality Career Taster Program possible. 114 Year 9's participated, with all indications pointing to a highly enjoyable and educational experience. ... See MoreSee Less

Mondays P&C meeting (31st Oct) will not be going ahead. Please save the date 28 November for the final meeting of the year. New 2023 Hampton families are welcone to attend. Held at 6.30 pm in the Hampton SHS library.

Monday's P&C meeting (31st Oct) will not be going ahead. Please 'save the date' 28 November for the final meeting of the year. New 2023 Hampton families are welcone to attend. Held at 6.30 pm in the Hampton SHS library. ... See MoreSee Less

In Term Three, the Year 12 Health Studies’ students at Hampton Senior High School held a Health Expo in the school gymnasium with an invitation extended to the rest of the school community to take part in this event.

Click on the link below to hear what the lower school students had to say about this wonderful school event!
https://hshsbehavioursupport.wordpress.com/

In Term Three, the Year 12 Health Studies’ students at Hampton Senior High School held a Health Expo in the school gymnasium with an invitation extended to the rest of the school community to take part in this event.

Click on the link below to hear what the lower school students had to say about this wonderful school event!
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Astrofest this weekend - Saturday 29 October.

Astrofest this weekend - Saturday 29 October.Astrofest is back on this weekend, Saturday 29 October! Starting at 5.30pm at the Curtin University Stadium, family friendly activities include Scitech shows on the main stage, and the Scitech Spacedomes where you can journey through out day time sky as it makes the exciting change into night.

Pre-register for your chance to win a great prize!
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Is dance your passion?  The program at NAISDA Dance College could be the ultimate dream for your child.
Hampton Senior High School is one of only two schools in Western Australia running a Gifted and Talented Dance program, endorsed by the Department of Education.
It is designed to challenge children with exceptional creative talent to achieve at the highest level. Students selected for this elite contemporary Dance Program study a wide variety of dance styles and are given many performance opportunities. 
Parents are required to apply for these programs.  An information evening is scheduled for Wednesday November 9 regarding the Gifted and Talented programs including Hamptons GAT Dance program.
https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=966678&

Is dance your passion? The program at NAISDA Dance College could be the ultimate dream for your child.
Hampton Senior High School is one of only two schools in Western Australia running a Gifted and Talented Dance program, endorsed by the Department of Education.
It is designed to challenge children with exceptional creative talent to achieve at the highest level. Students selected for this elite contemporary Dance Program study a wide variety of dance styles and are given many performance opportunities.
Parents are required to apply for these programs. An information evening is scheduled for Wednesday November 9 regarding the Gifted and Talented programs including Hampton's GAT Dance program.
https://trybooking.com/events/landing/…;We’re pleased to announce an online application and audition process is now available for those who missed the chance to attend our onsite audition earlier this year.

Interested in training at NAISDA in 2023? Simply complete a short online application before 20 November 2022. Find out more at: naisda.com.au/apply
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Thanks to Australian Business and Community Network for the third program delivered to our students this year. The Interview 2 Impress program at the Chevron building in the city provided some of next years Workplace Industry Pathway Training students with valuable job interview strategies and advice. 
The students enjoyed the program and their time at the Chevron building. This was an excellent experience for our students. Thank you to HSHS Career Practitioner Brad Sammels.

Thanks to Australian Business and Community Network for the third program delivered to our students this year. The Interview 2 Impress program at the Chevron building in the city provided some of next years Workplace Industry Pathway Training students with valuable job interview strategies and advice.
The students enjoyed the program and their time at the Chevron building. This was an excellent experience for our students. Thank you to HSHS Career Practitioner Brad Sammels.
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A typical Diwali greeting might be May the festival of lights light up your home with happiness, laughter, prosperity, and health.
A lovely message for every home. Happy Diwali 2022.
Do you have a photo to share of your celebration of Diwali?

A typical Diwali greeting might be "May the festival of lights light up your home with happiness, laughter, prosperity, and health."
A lovely message for every home. Happy Diwali 2022.
Do you have a photo to share of your celebration of Diwali?Many of our families and friends in the Hampton community celebrate Diwali.
We would like to wish everyone a happy and safe Diwali. Share with us your special celebration photos.
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Exams! A great message with advice and support from ReachOut Australia.

Exams! A great message with advice and support from ReachOut Australia. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you both for participating with presentations with your busy schedules. It is really appreciated.

Thank you both for participating with presentations with your busy schedules. It is really appreciated.At the Year 12 Graduation Night for Hampton Senior High School, Captain Peter Brookshaw (School Board Chair) was able to hand out an award called The Salvation Army Journey Award.
(Pictured with Principal Tracy Griffiths and City of Bayswater Councillor Steve Ostaszewskyj).

Congratulations to all the Year 12 graduates.
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Well done to all of the students who competed in the School Sport Western Australia Inc. Inter School Athletics B Division carnival. 

Such an awesome day with all students showing great team spirit and competing to the best of their abilities. This resulted in Hampton finishing third overall and being the meritorious winners.  

Some outstanding individual results with the following students awarded Champion and runner up athlete in their year group:

Year 7 Girls Champion- Izzy  
Year 9 Boys Champion - Ty
Upperschool Boys Champion - Izzak

Year 10 Girls Runner up  - Georgie 
Upperschool Girls Runner up - Emily  

All students should be proud of their efforts and everything the team achieved.

B Division Secondary Track & Field Carnival 2022
Overall Champions - Mt Lawley SHS
Meritorious Winners - Hampton SHS
Overall Results:
Mt Lawley              919
Darling Range       864
Hampton               842
Willetton               754
Perth Modern        752
John Curtin            667
Ellenbrook             651
Applecross            622

Well done to all of the students who competed in the School Sport Western Australia Inc. Inter School Athletics B Division carnival.

Such an awesome day with all students showing great team spirit and competing to the best of their abilities. This resulted in Hampton finishing third overall and being the meritorious winners.

Some outstanding individual results with the following students awarded Champion and runner up athlete in their year group:

Year 7 Girls Champion- Izzy
Year 9 Boys Champion - Ty
Upperschool Boys Champion - Izzak

Year 10 Girls Runner up - Georgie
Upperschool Girls Runner up - Emily

All students should be proud of their efforts and everything the team achieved.

B Division Secondary Track & Field Carnival 2022
Overall Champions - Mt Lawley SHS
Meritorious Winners - Hampton SHS
Overall Results:
Mt Lawley 919
Darling Range 864
Hampton 842
Willetton 754
Perth Modern 752
John Curtin 667
Ellenbrook 651
Applecross 622
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Last day of school Thursday 15 December 2022 - Term 1 begins Wednesday 1 February 2023