Students attending secondary schools or colleges are entitled to concession travel on Transperth services. To obtain the concession entitlement, students must produce a student travel permit when using the services.
Hampton Senior High School combines the Transperth SmartRider card and Library card. A card is issued free of charge to all students in Years 7 and again in Year 11 (when the student photograph is updated).
SmartRiders are also issued to any new students enrolling at HSHS throughout the year. Student applications are processed in the Library at which time a student photograph will be taken for the card.
If a card is lost, a replacement card incurs a $5.00 fee. SmartRider application forms are included in enrolment packs and available from Student Services and the Library.
The student database at school requires an up to date photograph of each student to be held. Each year students are photographed at school and the student records are updated.
These photographs are not publicised externally, except when used for the issue of the SmartRider public transport ID cards.
At various times during high school, immunisations are offered by the City of Bayswater’s medical team, at Hampton.
Detailed information regarding the specific immunisation offered and a consent form is issued to parents/guardians.
Students will only be immunised with a parent or guardians consent.
The City of Bayswater can be contacted for any further information on 9272 0622. Parents may also take their child to their own GP if preferred and additionally have the option to decline consent.
Throughout the school year, excursions (external) or incursions (held at school) are offered to students.
The school carefully plans all aspects to ensure the health and safety of students is prioritised and value added to the curriculum. In some cases, the excursion/incursion may be a reward to acknowledge positive behaviour and achievements.
All details regarding any excursion/incursion are given to parents/guardians, the school will follow up for the return of the relevant consent forms. These must be received at the school prior to the student attending the excursion/incursion.
Our school provides access to Department of Education online services. These enhance the contemporary learning opportunities available to students and the range of teaching tools available to staff to deliver the Western Australian Curriculum. Under recent changes to the Students Online in Public School Policy we are required to advise parents/carers of the third-party services that are being used at our school and seek permission for this usage to continue.
The Department of Education online services currently provide students with access to:
Applications that you should be notified of are available here (Appendix G)
Applications that require your consent have been advised at the time of enrolment. Click here for this list. (Appendix H).