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
Due to the Public Holiday on 22 September, there have been changes to the Year 12 exam timetable.
Changes to NAPLAN 2023
The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) has advised that in 2023, the NAPLAN test period will be from Wednesday, 15 March to Monday, 27 March.
Read the full details here regarding the changes as received from SCSA (School Curriculum and Standards Authority)
View the recent changes here to the public health measures with regards to COVID.
We are pleased to now share details with you regarding the roll out of SEQTA Engage our new communication platform.
Hampton SHS is moving from Connect to SEQTA Engage to communicate with parents as the next phase of our roll out. SEQTA Engage will be available to parents and caregivers from the beginning of Term Three this year.
We will be moving to SEQTA for online communication to families and it is important that all families have access. To support parents and caregivers to set up and use SEQTA Engage, we have attached a link within this email to a guide to assist families in setting up and logging into your account.
For any families who require additional support, we are running free hands-on workshops as detailed at the end within the 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.