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Maestro in the shadows!
Congratulations to everyone involved in the Anastasia musical production. Lots of hard work over the last few months. 
Third and final performance this evening at 7.30 pm.

Maestro in the shadows!
Congratulations to everyone involved in the Anastasia musical production. Lots of hard work over the last few months.
Third and final performance this evening at 7.30 pm.
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The excitement and anticipation mounts as Anastasia got its first audience today. We welcomed students from ANZAC Terrace Primary School for todays matinee performance.
A great opportunity too for a media student photography shoot. Thank you Layla Laing, Arjeta Mamudi, Amber Reichelt (Year 9’s) and Emma Morley (Year 10) for some amazing shots.
Tickets available for Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings 4, 5 and 6 August via
https://www.trybooking.com/CBFJK
Anzac Terrace Primary Parents Page

The excitement and anticipation mounts as Anastasia got its first audience today. We welcomed students from ANZAC Terrace Primary School for today's matinee performance.
A great opportunity too for a media student photography shoot. Thank you Layla Laing, Arjeta Mamudi, Amber Reichelt (Year 9’s) and Emma Morley (Year 10) for some amazing shots.
Tickets available for Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings 4, 5 and 6 August via

Anzac Terrace Primary Parents Page
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Bigger and better than ever before, Project Educate  (formerly Edge & Ace)  kicked off last week with our specialist Performing Arts staff.  These curriculum based, unique workshops will culminate in a Showcase Extravaganza on September 8 where Educate participants will perform alongside HSHS finest!  
A few places are still available for students in Years 4-6 studying Cheer Dance, Dance or Drama. Thursdays after school 3.30pm - 4.30pm.
For enquires please call 6235 7100 or email: hampton.shs@education.wa.edu.au

Bigger and better than ever before, Project Educate (formerly Edge & Ace) kicked off last week with our specialist Performing Arts staff. These curriculum based, unique workshops will culminate in a Showcase Extravaganza on September 8 where Educate participants will perform alongside HSHS finest!
A few places are still available for students in Years 4-6 studying Cheer Dance, Dance or Drama. Thursdays after school 3.30pm - 4.30pm.
For enquires please call 6235 7100 or email: [email protected]
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Robocup Junior Competition this weekend.  
Already in the top 8, we wish our Year 9 - 10 Robot Soccer team all the best on Saturday 30th July.

Robocup Junior Competition this weekend.
Already in the top 8, we wish our Year 9 - 10 'Robot Soccer' team all the best on Saturday 30th July.
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The graduating class of 2022 have organised a fundraiser Pyjama Day for Friday August 5.  They would like to raise funds to purchase a new podium as a parting gift for the school.
Students bring along your gold coin donation and wear appropriate PJs for school please!

The graduating class of 2022 have organised a fundraiser Pyjama Day for Friday August 5. They would like to raise funds to purchase a new podium as a parting gift for the school.
Students bring along your gold coin donation and wear appropriate PJs for school please!
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2 very happy Hampton students having great success representing Western Australia in Ice Hockey.  
Caden has been selected to play in the State 13 years and under Ice Hockey Team in the Phil Ginsberg Trophy Championships in Adelaide in August.
Brother Kael is representing WA in the State 15 years and under team and was also selected as Captain.  
We hope you both have great tournaments with Kaels matches currently taking place for the Kurt Defris Trophy in Newcastle, New South Wales. 
(Kael and Caden pictured in orange).

2 very happy Hampton students having great success representing Western Australia in Ice Hockey.
Caden has been selected to play in the State 13 years and under Ice Hockey Team in the Phil Ginsberg Trophy Championships in Adelaide in August.
Brother Kael is representing WA in the State 15 years and under team and was also selected as Captain.
We hope you both have great tournaments with Kael's matches currently taking place for the Kurt Defris Trophy in Newcastle, New South Wales.
(Kael and Caden pictured in orange).
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What to do on this wet day!
Hows your community spirit, could you rug up and help out?
The rain is heavy, lets hope there is a break in the weather later.

What to do on this wet day!
How's your community spirit, could you rug up and help out?
The rain is heavy, let's hope there is a break in the weather later.
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Swimming lessons for children aged five to 17 years of age in both the October and January school holidays.

Swimming lessons for children aged five to 17 years of age in both the October and January school holidays.JUST KEEP VACSWIMMING! 💦🤿🐠
Enrolments are now open for October swimming lessons. 🌞 The VacSwim program is fun, affordable, and covers everything from basic water safety right up to the Bronze Medallion! 🏊‍♂️ 💧Enrol now for lessons at one of nearly 50 pools across WA 👉
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We hope you are enjoying the last few days of the holidays. School returns for Term 3 on Tuesday 19th July.

We hope you are enjoying the last few days of the holidays. School returns for Term 3 on Tuesday 19th July. ... See MoreSee Less

We would love to acknowledge and congratulate HSHS Alumni Gabriel Ctitti-Schnaars who will be performing in Bilya
Kaatijin, meaning “Fresh Water Knowledge” in Nyoongar. The fourth and final story in Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company’s Kaatijin series.

We would love to acknowledge and congratulate HSHS Alumni Gabriel Ctitti-Schnaars who will be performing in Bilya
Kaatijin, meaning “Fresh Water Knowledge” in Nyoongar. The fourth and final story in Yirra Yaakin Theatre Company’s Kaatijin series.
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Eid Mubarak and warm greetings to Muslims in  our community and around the world as you gather to celebrate the great festival of Eid al-Adha.

Eid Mubarak and warm greetings to Muslims in our community and around the world as you gather to celebrate the great festival of Eid al-Adha. ... See MoreSee Less

Year 10 Students.
The second stage of the 2023 Course Selection process entails an interview conducted with each student and family carer.  This is an important stage in course selection as often it is the first time students make choices that relate specifically to their future. An opportunity to discuss options for Year 11 as well as completing the enrolment process for 2023.  These sessions will be available during the following week and times only.
Dates and Times: Term 3 - Week 3, 
Monday 1 August   
9.00 am – 5.20 pm
Tuesday 2 August to Friday 5 August   
9.00 am – 2.20 pm
Venue: Hampton Senior High School – Seminar Room
All appointments are for 20 minutes.  Students are expected to meet their parents/guardians at Reception five minutes prior to the appointment time and then escort them to the nominated room.  To make an appointment please access: - SOBs via  https://sobs.com.au/pt3/parent.php?schoolid=803
If you have difficulties scheduling an appointment please call the VET office on 6235 7127 (from July 19) or alternatively contact via email: hampton.shs@education.wa.edu.au
We would like to acknowledge the cover of the Senior School Handbook featuring the artwork of Year 11 student Tineil Szigligeti. 
Thank you Tineil.

Year 10 Students.
The second stage of the 2023 Course Selection process entails an interview conducted with each student and family carer. This is an important stage in course selection as often it is the first time students make choices that relate specifically to their future. An opportunity to discuss options for Year 11 as well as completing the enrolment process for 2023. These sessions will be available during the following week and times only.
Dates and Times: Term 3 - Week 3,
Monday 1 August
9.00 am – 5.20 pm
Tuesday 2 August to Friday 5 August
9.00 am – 2.20 pm
Venue: Hampton Senior High School – Seminar Room
All appointments are for 20 minutes. Students are expected to meet their parents/guardians at Reception five minutes prior to the appointment time and then escort them to the nominated room. To make an appointment please access: - SOBs via
If you have difficulties scheduling an appointment please call the VET office on 6235 7127 (from July 19) or alternatively contact via email: [email protected]
We would like to acknowledge the cover of the Senior School Handbook featuring the artwork of Year 11 student Tineil Szigligeti.
Thank you Tineil.
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To our Morley/Bayswater families, how was the Broun Avenue bridge redevelopment? 
Main Roads Western Australia are seeking your feedback.
https://www.facebook.com/MainRoadsWesternAustralia

To our Morley/Bayswater families, how was the Broun Avenue bridge redevelopment?
Main Roads Western Australia are seeking your feedback.
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Kaya all,
Follow the Dream students from Hampton SHS, Kiara College, Morley SHS and Dianella Secondary College went to Yanchep National Park at the end of term for an On-Country Cultural Learning Excursion. The day was facilitated by Derek Nannup. 

Yanchep National Park is located close to the border of Wadjak and Yued boodja (country). Students began the excursion in the Wangi Mia (Yued dialect for Talking Place) by learning about traditional Noongar tools, the Noongar Six Seasons and making fire the traditional way with a balga (grass tree) stem. We then went for a walk, learning which leaves can be used as soap, other traditional uses of the balga and dreamtime stories from the area.

After morning tea, students were back in the Wangi Mia learning; the history of the didgeridoo, the different sounds, Noongar iconology, how stories were told with Noongar iconology drawn in the sand, then dances created to be performed on the sand. In contemporary times, we now see sand murals using the same cultural principles in Perth for different events. 

After lunch the students learnt the different designs of the boomerang and their specific uses. They were given the opportunity to learn how to throw the boomerangs and spears. To finish the day, Derek lead the students on a walk to some caves in the Park.

Derek has a wealth of Noongar kadadjiny (knowledge) and it was fantastic for him to transfer his kadadjiny onto our Follow the Dream students.

After 150 km were added to Kiara College’s school bus odometer, a moorditj (awesome) day was done.

Brant Bibby
Follow the Dream - Program Coordinator

Kaya all,
Follow the Dream students from Hampton SHS, Kiara College, Morley SHS and Dianella Secondary College went to Yanchep National Park at the end of term for an On-Country Cultural Learning Excursion. The day was facilitated by Derek Nannup.

Yanchep National Park is located close to the border of Wadjak and Yued boodja (country). Students began the excursion in the Wangi Mia (Yued dialect for Talking Place) by learning about traditional Noongar tools, the Noongar Six Seasons and making fire the traditional way with a balga (grass tree) stem. We then went for a walk, learning which leaves can be used as soap, other traditional uses of the balga and dreamtime stories from the area.

After morning tea, students were back in the Wangi Mia learning; the history of the didgeridoo, the different sounds, Noongar iconology, how stories were told with Noongar iconology drawn in the sand, then dances created to be performed on the sand. In contemporary times, we now see sand murals using the same cultural principles in Perth for different events.

After lunch the students learnt the different designs of the boomerang and their specific uses. They were given the opportunity to learn how to throw the boomerangs and spears. To finish the day, Derek lead the students on a walk to some caves in the Park.

Derek has a wealth of Noongar kadadjiny (knowledge) and it was fantastic for him to transfer his kadadjiny onto our Follow the Dream students.

After 150 km were added to Kiara College’s school bus odometer, a moorditj (awesome) day was done.

Brant Bibby
Follow the Dream - Program Coordinator
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NAIDOC WEEK 3-10 JULY
With this year’s theme “Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!”, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non Indigenous Australians are reminded that we all must continue to Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!  for systemic changes based on justice, equity, and the proper recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ rights.
Hampton Senior High School will celebrate NAIDOC Week in Term 3 Week 2. More details on our return to school.

NAIDOC WEEK 3-10 JULY
With this year’s theme “Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!”, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non Indigenous Australians are reminded that we all must continue to Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up! for systemic changes based on justice, equity, and the proper recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ rights.
Hampton Senior High School will celebrate NAIDOC Week in Term 3 Week 2. More details on our return to school.
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Celebrations and acknowledgements begin with the NAIDOC Awards 2022 televised this evening. 
Wonderful stories and recognition.

Celebrations and acknowledgements begin with the NAIDOC Awards 2022 televised this evening.
Wonderful stories and recognition.
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We are excited to share the news that 3 of our students have been selected to exhibit their artworks at the 19th St Georges Cathedral Art Exhibition in Perth:
The exhibition will run from:
16 July - 24July
St Georges Cathedral
38 St Georges Terrace, Perth

We are excited to share the news that 3 of our students have been selected to exhibit their artworks at the 19th St Georges Cathedral Art Exhibition in Perth:
The exhibition will run from:
16 July - 24July
St Georges Cathedral
38 St Georges Terrace, Perth
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These students were having a great laugh and conversation chilling out in the HSHS quad recently and more than happy to have their photo taken. Thank you to you all.
Schools out for 2 weeks, stay safe and take care everyone. Term 3 starts for students Tuesday 19 July.
https://www.hampton.wa.edu.au/student-wellbeing-hub/

These students were having a great laugh and conversation chilling out in the HSHS quad recently and more than happy to have their photo taken. Thank you to you all.
Schools out for 2 weeks, stay safe and take care everyone. Term 3 starts for students Tuesday 19 July.
https://hampton.wa.edu.au/student-wellbeing-hub/
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More please!!
We are so grateful for the support received so far for our Salvation Army Winter Appeal. The photo shows only half of the great variety of goods you have kindly donated.
Please help us make this even bigger and better and drop your donations off by Friday this week.
Thank you again to the Salvos for your fantastic support to our Hampton community.

More please!!
We are so grateful for the support received so far for our Salvation Army Winter Appeal. The photo shows only half of the great variety of goods you have kindly donated.
Please help us make this even bigger and better and drop your donations off by Friday this week.
Thank you again to the Salvo's for your fantastic support to our Hampton community.
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Thank you to the HSHS P&C and canteen for supplying refreshments at the recent Choreography nights.  Back in action again next week for the Senior School Drama production Impressions.
Tickets still available, hope you are able to come along.
https://www.trybooking.com/CAGPF

Thank you to the HSHS P&C and canteen for supplying refreshments at the recent Choreography nights. Back in action again next week for the Senior School Drama production Impressions.
Tickets still available, hope you are able to come along.
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Congratulations to Brianne.  We would like to wish 2016 Alumni Brianne Yarran every success with the Indigenous Marathon Project.
Training with no other than Robert De Castella, were sure this is going to be a great experience for you.
Good luck in the New York Marathon in November.

Congratulations to Brianne. We would like to wish 2016 Alumni Brianne Yarran every success with the Indigenous Marathon Project.
Training with no other than Robert De Castella, we're sure this is going to be a great experience for you.
Good luck in the New York Marathon in November.⭐️ 2022 IMP Squad ⭐️

Meet Brianne Yarran— a Whadjuk, Balladong and Wagyl Kaip woman from Perth, Western Australia.

“I applied for the Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) because I saw first-hand the impact an IMP squad member can have on a community, and I want to be a part of that change. I also wanted to challenge myself physically and mentally and I can’t wait to see how this journey will make me a stronger person.

“After seeing IMP Graduate Kimba Benjamin complete the New York City Marathon in 2016, it’s all I have dreamt of.”

#RunSweatInspire #IndigenousMarathonProject #IndigenousMarathonFoundation
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Every picture tells a story!
1. Principal Tracy Griffiths helping out in the canteen at recess and lunch.
2. Principal Tracy really helping out at the canteen before a brief stop for a photo.
3. The queues alerting us to the fantastic success of the canteen.
Good on Chris Moore and her staff, along with regular parent volunteers Adele and Teresa and Teresas daughter Beck, but this is a plea for more of you wonderful parents, aunties, uncles, big sisters, brothers and grandparents to spare some time to help us move the queues. It really is all hands on deck and if you can spare any time around 10.30 am for recess or 1.00 pm for lunch you will be warmly welcomed.
Call the school office 6235 7100 if you would like to help out. Casual is fine, no regular commitment is required.

Every picture tells a story!
1. Principal Tracy Griffiths helping out in the canteen at recess and lunch.
2. Principal Tracy really helping out at the canteen before a brief stop for a photo.
3. The queues alerting us to the fantastic success of the canteen.
Good on Chris Moore and her staff, along with regular parent volunteers Adele and Teresa and Teresa's daughter Beck, but this is a plea for more of you wonderful parents, aunties, uncles, big sisters, brothers and grandparents to spare some time to help us move the queues. It really is all hands on deck and if you can spare any time around 10.30 am for recess or 1.00 pm for lunch you will be warmly welcomed.
Call the school office 6235 7100 if you would like to help out. Casual is fine, no regular commitment is required.
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Senior Drama Production is yet again building to affect you in a way that will be hard to forget. 
Come and enjoy a double bill with two comedies on show. Over the years these students have learnt to inspire you through the mastery of acting and are very excited to show you all their fantastic work.

A warm thank you to the P&C Canteen volunteers for supporting this event, providing some delicious snacks for purchase. 

https://www.trybooking.com/CAGPF

Senior Drama Production is yet again building to affect you in a way that will be hard to forget.
Come and enjoy a double bill with two comedies on show. Over the years these students have learnt to inspire you through the mastery of acting and are very excited to show you all their fantastic work.

A warm thank you to the P&C Canteen volunteers for supporting this event, providing some delicious snacks for purchase.

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This week we acknowledge International Cleaners Day.
We would like to celebrate and thank our wonderful cleaning team at Hampton for all that you do for students and staff.

We hope you enjoy a few treats for morning or afternoon tea. Yes John (missing from the photo) there are a few savouries!

This week we acknowledge International Cleaners Day.
We would like to celebrate and thank our wonderful cleaning team at Hampton for all that you do for students and staff.

We hope you enjoy a few treats for morning or afternoon tea. Yes John (missing from the photo) there are a few savouries!
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Today was the third and final day of  Try-A-Trade at Balga TAFE. It was a learning curve for everyone. All students did another great job today quickly learning and then showing off their newly taught skills; today; bricklaying.   More than a few of the 15 students are keen for more of the same, and there are a few in there who will no doubt be working in the construction trade within a few years.
Brad Sammels, HSHS Career Practitioner.

Today was the third and final day of Try-A-Trade at Balga TAFE. It was a learning curve for everyone. All students did another great job today quickly learning and then showing off their newly taught skills; today; bricklaying. More than a few of the 15 students are keen for more of the same, and there are a few in there who will no doubt be working in the construction trade within a few years.
Brad Sammels, HSHS Career Practitioner.
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Dear Hampton Families
In recognition of the wonderful support we receive from the Morley Salvation Army, we would like your help and donations for a Winter Appeal.
Please drop off any of the items mentioned to the front office.  Tap on the photo to open up some great suggestions. We thank you in advance for your support.
Morley Salvos

Dear Hampton Families
In recognition of the wonderful support we receive from the Morley Salvation Army, we would like your help and donations for a Winter Appeal.
Please drop off any of the items mentioned to the front office. Tap on the photo to open up some great suggestions. We thank you in advance for your support.
Morley Salvos
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Everyone was kept busy completing the tiling task on day 2 of the Try-A-Trade at Balga TAFE. Tomorrow; bricklaying.

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Day 1 of Try a Trade has started with concreting at Balga TAFE. 

It was good to see the Year 9s and Year 12s working so well together. They are looking forward to trying their hand at tiling tomorrow.

Day 1 of Try a Trade has started with concreting at Balga TAFE.

It was good to see the Year 9's and Year 12's working so well together. They are looking forward to trying their hand at tiling tomorrow.
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Congratulations to Year 11 ATAR drama student Benjamin Adams, who performed his original solo in the Short and Sweet Festival in Subiaco over the weekend. 
Bens devised script Spaghetti Western received an Honorable mention in the peoples choice AWARDS category and won the overall Awards for BEST SCRIPT WRITTEN BY A STUDENT. 
Ben is to be commended for the manner in which he commanded the stage on his own. The compelling nature of his performance and power of his writing, drew numerous gestures of congratulations and memorable opinions of his impressive abilities as an actor. 
 
Thanks to Mr Bartuccio for his support of Bens entry into this prestigious competition.
 
Come and see Ben and the rest of the Year 11 & 12 Drama students perform at the Senior Production on the 28th and 29th of June tickets are now on sale via Trybooking.   

https://www.trybooking.com/CAGPF

Congratulations to Year 11 ATAR drama student Benjamin Adams, who performed his original solo in the Short and Sweet Festival in Subiaco over the weekend.
Ben's devised script 'Spaghetti Western' received an Honorable mention in the people's choice AWARDS category and won the overall Awards for BEST SCRIPT WRITTEN BY A STUDENT.
Ben is to be commended for the manner in which he commanded the stage on his own. The compelling nature of his performance and power of his writing, drew numerous gestures of congratulations and memorable opinions of his impressive abilities as an actor.

Thanks to Mr Bartuccio for his support of Ben's entry into this prestigious competition.

Come and see Ben and the rest of the Year 11 & 12 Drama students perform at the Senior Production on the 28th and 29th of June tickets are now on sale via Trybooking.

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Congratulations to 13 year old HSHS baseball superstar Brady Manning.
Brady and his team Eastern Phantoms are 2022 Australian Junior League champions after defeating Southern Mariners 14-4 in Glenelg on Friday afternoon.
Combining with team mate Toby Franklin the pair gave an impressive pitching performance on the mound, while the Phantoms offence piled on 14 runs to secure gold and punch the charter’s ticket to the Junior League Baseball World Series later in the year.

Congratulations to 13 year old HSHS baseball superstar Brady Manning.
Brady and his team Eastern Phantoms are 2022 Australian Junior League champions after defeating Southern Mariners 14-4 in Glenelg on Friday afternoon.
Combining with team mate Toby Franklin the pair gave an impressive pitching performance on the mound, while the Phantoms offence piled on 14 runs to secure gold and punch the charter’s ticket to the Junior League Baseball World Series later in the year.
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WA Day takes place on the first Monday in June each year. Its a day to celebrate all Western Australians, recognising our Aboriginal history, early European settlers and the many from all over the world who have made, and continue to make, Western Australia their home.
Enjoy a day off school, the last of the Public Holidays for a few months.

WA Day takes place on the first Monday in June each year. It's a day to celebrate all Western Australians, recognising our Aboriginal history, early European settlers and the many from all over the world who have made, and continue to make, Western Australia their home.
Enjoy a day off school, the last of the Public Holidays for a few months.
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A wonderful story. Uncle Herb Pattern at 80. Still playing his music and sharp as a tack.
https://amp.abc.net.au/article/101118740

A wonderful story. Uncle Herb Pattern at 80. Still playing his music and sharp as a tack.
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Reach Out.com shared some great insights by Alice Currie, a proud Munanjali woman from Yugambeh country. 
We are all part of the reconciliation journey together and your help as allies will support the sustainable future of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture for future generations to come.
These images show a reflection of her insights. For the full story visit https://bit.ly/3N216Jg

Reach Out.com shared some great insights by Alice Currie, a proud Munanjali woman from Yugambeh country.
"We are all part of the reconciliation journey together and your help as allies will support the sustainable future of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and culture for future generations to come."
These images show a reflection of her insights. For the full story visit
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In Your Head is back! 🤩  
HSHS proudly supports Zero2Heros In Your Head with some of our fabulous students even featuring on their cover poster - Sienna, Trina, Gemma, Holly and Diaz.
WA’s only youth mental health forum is taking place on August 23rd. Students are given practical skills to support their wellbeing, plus hear from industry leaders and take part in awesome break out sessions to get their mind thinking and bodies moving!

In Your Head is back! 🤩
HSHS proudly supports Zero2Hero's In Your Head with some of our fabulous students even featuring on their cover poster - Sienna, Trina, Gemma, Holly and Diaz.
WA’s only youth mental health forum is taking place on August 23rd. Students are given practical skills to support their wellbeing, plus hear from industry leaders and take part in awesome break out sessions to get their mind thinking and bodies moving!
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On Thursday May 26, Hampton SHS sent 3 teams to represent the school in the SSWA Netball One Day Carnival. The girls played well, were competitive, showed good sportsmanship and had a great day out in the sunshine. 
Thanks to all the girls who did Hampton proud and special thanks to our helpers for the day.

On Thursday May 26, Hampton SHS sent 3 teams to represent the school in the SSWA Netball One Day Carnival. The girls played well, were competitive, showed good sportsmanship and had a great day out in the sunshine.
Thanks to all the girls who did Hampton proud and special thanks to our helpers for the day.
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Tickets available now for 2 evenings of dance. Held in the Eric Strauss Performing Arts Centre at Hampton SHS.
Thursday June 23 will showcase the works of Year 7-10 dance students from the Gifted and Talented Dance program and Specialist Cheer Dance.
Friday June 24 will feature Year 11-12 ATAR and General Dance students.
Tickets available for each night via the following link.
https://www.trybooking.com/BZULN
Adults $12, Children $6

Tickets available now for 2 evenings of dance. Held in the Eric Strauss Performing Arts Centre at Hampton SHS.
Thursday June 23 will showcase the works of Year 7-10 dance students from the Gifted and Talented Dance program and Specialist Cheer Dance.
Friday June 24 will feature Year 11-12 ATAR and General Dance students.
Tickets available for each night via the following link.

Adults $12, Children $6
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Congratulations to Year 9 student Brady who has been selected with his Eastern Phantoms Junior League Baseball Team to represent Western Australia at the National Junior League Baseball Championships in Adelaide.
It is a huge honour for these athletes to participate in the championship and we wish Brady and the team the best of luck.
Eastern Phantoms Charter

Congratulations to Year 9 student Brady who has been selected with his Eastern Phantoms Junior League Baseball Team to represent Western Australia at the National Junior League Baseball Championships in Adelaide.
It is a huge honour for these athletes to participate in the championship and we wish Brady and the team the best of luck.
Eastern Phantoms Charter
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2nd place nationally!!!
Team N.E.M.O. (Nautical Engineering Marine Operations) completed their virtual entry into the SUBS in Schools National Finals which were held in Melbourne. 
With the sea trials taking place at North Lake Senior Campus the team were able to meet other teams from WA that were competing in the National Finals.
The next stage involved the team having two hours to set up their trade booth for display before spending all of Thursday completing their interviews and verbal presentation with the judges in Melbourne. 
While there were no specific category awards won, the team was able to achieve 2nd place nationally, so good we want to mention that twice.
A huge congratulations to the team members of Team N.E.M.O. for the effort they have put in to making it this far.
Team N.E.M.O. consists of the following students in Year 11: Tineil, Bella, Elijah and Abbie.

2nd place nationally!!!
Team N.E.M.O. (Nautical Engineering Marine Operations) completed their virtual entry into the SUBS in Schools National Finals which were held in Melbourne.
With the sea trials taking place at North Lake Senior Campus the team were able to meet other teams from WA that were competing in the National Finals.
The next stage involved the team having two hours to set up their trade booth for display before spending all of Thursday completing their interviews and verbal presentation with the judges in Melbourne.
While there were no specific category awards won, the team was able to achieve 2nd place nationally, so good we want to mention that twice.
A huge congratulations to the team members of Team N.E.M.O. for the effort they have put in to making it this far.
Team N.E.M.O. consists of the following students in Year 11: Tineil, Bella, Elijah and Abbie.
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National Sorry Day Honouring our Past, Living in the Present, Preparing for our future, is the motto of the Djidi Djidi Aboriginal School.
Sharing a beautiful piece of artwork today featuring the hibiscus flower, a symbol of strength and resilience.

National Sorry Day "Honouring our Past, Living in the Present, Preparing for our future," is the motto of the Djidi Djidi Aboriginal School.
Sharing a beautiful piece of artwork today featuring the hibiscus flower, a symbol of strength and resilience.
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State Schoolboys 15’s AFL Team 2022:
Are you interested in playing Australian Rules Football? Are you excited to improve and develop your football skills? Are you keen to represent Western Australia?
Are you 15 years or younger? (As at 31/12/22)?
If you answered “yes” to these questions, then you should try out for the 2022 State Schoolboys AFL Team. Working closely with the WA State Academy, including having access to their full resources, boys will get a positive footballing experience and education, no matter their ability or the path they follow in the future.
Zachary Binning
Development Officer - East Perth
West Australian Football Commission
E: zbinning@wafc.com.au

State Schoolboys 15’s AFL Team 2022:
Are you interested in playing Australian Rules Football? Are you excited to improve and develop your football skills? Are you keen to represent Western Australia?
Are you 15 years or younger? (As at 31/12/22)?
If you answered “yes” to these questions, then you should try out for the 2022 State Schoolboys AFL Team. Working closely with the WA State Academy, including having access to their full resources, boys will get a positive footballing experience and education, no matter their ability or the path they follow in the future.
Zachary Binning
Development Officer - East Perth
West Australian Football Commission
E: [email protected]
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