Newton Moore Senior High School
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Email: newtonmoore.shs@education.wa.edu.au
Phone: 08 9722 2400

21 February 2019

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Principal’s Address

Principal’s Message

Welcome to the first e-Newsletter for 2019. The school year has kicked off with a very positive approach from all of our school community. We welcomed some new staff, some new students and our incoming Year 7 students and all are settling very well into Newton Moore SHS. I am particularly impressed with the way the Year 7 students have been engaged in the special transition sessions. Late in the term we have our welcome BBQ and Parents Night. We encourage all Year 7 parents to attend. Also this year was the first time we also had an induction for our Year 11 students. The purpose to help our Year 11’s be well prepared for Upper School and to explain our school expectations.

I am really looking forward to 2019 as it is going to be very exciting with the commencement of our 3-million-dollar STEM building. At the end of 2018 and during the Christmas holidays architects and builders were finalising the plans. Our new state of the art building will start mid-year and be finished for commencement of the 2020 school year.

At the beginning of a school year it is important to highlight the partnership between parents, students and teachers. We all want students to do their best. I encourage you to follow your child’s progress. Be in contact with teachers, have discussions with your child about what they are doing in class and check in through Connect to see where things are at and what activities your child has been engaged in. Read your child’s course outline and track their progress. Together we can be a very positive influence in our students’ educational journey.

Finally, a reminder that we are a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) school and that we expect our students to bring a portable device to school every day. This can be a laptop, iPad, tablet or any device, except a phone. We strongly encourage parents to prioritise this and examine some of the options to purchase what we suggested on the booklist. Students will be encouraged by teachers to use their devices at every opportunity.

I trust you will enjoy this edition of Newton Moore SHS e-newsletter.

Kind regards
Susan Kerr M.Ed.Admin,B.Ed,Dip.Teach
Principal
Newton Moore SHS

Dear Parent/carer

We believe every child has the right to be safe at school. We provide learning environments that foster good behaviour and respect for your children and those around them.

Fortunately, most students attending public schools in Western Australia are able to learn in safe and supportive environments. At times, though, some students can be physically aggressive. This is never acceptable as it can cause psychological and physical harm to those involved, as well as disruption to teaching and learning.

The State Government has released a Statement to address violence in schools. It sets out 10 actions to help school staff, families and communities work together on this complex issue. Programs and resources will be available for parents to support their children and where appropriate parents and staff will work closely to ensure their children maintain positive behaviour at school. A copy of the Statement is available on the Department’s website below.

https://www.education.wa.edu.au/

It is important to understand that these changes focus on students who have intentionally been physically aggressive towards others. Students with a disability who either cannot manage their behaviour or do not intend to harm others are not the target of this plan.

As parents, you also play a vital role. Your children benefit from you modelling and rewarding positive behaviour. I look forward to your ongoing support to keep our school a safe place for all.

Hon Sue Ellery MLC.
Minister for Education

From the Finance Team

2019 Secondary Assistance Program

Applications are now open for the 2019 Secondary Assistance Scheme which supports eligible Y7-12 students with financial assistance towards school expenses. To make an application please bring your Centrelink Health Care or Pensioner Concession Card OR Veterans Affairs Pensioner Concession Card into the Accounts office and complete your application.

Applications close 12 April 2019

C&C Payment Plans

A reminder to parents that Newton Moore SHS is happy to accept the payment your child’s C&C’s in instalments over the school year. If you would like to sign up to a payment plan, please contact the Accounts office on 97 222419 to discuss an arrangement that suits your situation.

Deputy Principals’ Update

Homework

Homework is an important aspect of formative assessment. It provides information to the student, parents and teacher about current learning that is not easily achieved in a classroom environment. As a school, we value the importance of students being involved in ‘out of school’ activities and aim to find a balance between these activities and homework commitments.

The purpose of homework at NMSHS is to:

  • Consolidate and practice learning
  • Reflect on and reinforce learning of the day to prepare for new learning
  • Check for understanding
  • Generate questions arising from current learning
  • Develop organisational, time-management and goal setting skills
  • Improve work ethic
  • Completing unfinished work (this would apply to Year 11/12)

When providing homework to students NMSHS staff will:

  • Provide feedback upon return to class (as a class or individual)
  • Provide a clear time frame
  • Make the purpose of the homework clear to the students
  • Link the homework to current learning
  • Provide work that can be completed independently

The recommended time students will need to allocate to homework/study is listed below.

Year 7

2 hours per week (30 mins per MESH subject)

Year 8

3 hours per week (45 mins per MESH subject)

Year 9

4 hours per week (1 hour per MESH subject)

Year 10

5 hours per week (1h 15min per MESH subject)

(MESH = Mathematics, English, Science and Humanities)

Year 11/12

10 hours per week (see below)

Homework for students in Year 11/12 will vary depending on the pathway chosen. The time indicated is expected to be used in the following ways:

ATAR pathway 

Homework and independent study

VET pathway

Homework and additional work placement hours

General pathway

Homework and career/employment exploration

Knowing how to study does not necessarily come naturally. Students will need to establish a study timetable and stick to it. Once the habit is formed, study becomes easier, takes less time and maximises success. The organisation of study is up to the individual student, although a good starting point is to review EVERY lesson at the end of the day, making note of any aspects not fully understood, and following up with the teacher the following lesson. Each lesson builds on the one previous, therefore dealing with misconceptions early will avoid larger issues later on.

Below is the Year 7-10 homework schedule. Homework is issued and to be submitted on the same day of the week (1 week apart). This provides families with the flexibility to schedule the completion of homework when it best suits their family.

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Mon

Science

Tues

Science

English

English

English

Wed

English

Maths

Science

Science

Thurs

HASS

HASS

HASS

Maths

Fri

Maths

Maths

HASS

Connect

Connect is the Department of Education’s online learning portal connecting teachers, students and parents. Connect provides 24h access to your child’s class information, assessment results, teacher feedback, attendance data, past and present school reports and easy contact with teachers via email.

Parents that have been previously issued a P number (PXXXXXXX) will already have access to connect. Please contact us to if you no longer have this number and/or password.

Families that have not previously registered for a P number (PXXXXXXX) have recently been sent an email with a link to register. The email will arrive from idmadmin@det.wa.edu.au and can be easily overlooked as it not identified as Newton Moore Senior High School. Please note the link is only valid for two (2) weeks. If you cannot locate the email please let us know via email newtonmooreshs@det.wa.edu.au or by phone 9722 2400 (Tania Martyn or Gwen Stirling).

Once your registration is complete the school will manually allocate your children to your account. Please note it could take up to two days for students to be added to your account.

Each adult in your family and extended family (if you wish) are eligible to obtain a P number (PXXXXXXX). Please contact us if you would like to provide access to additional adults in your family.

One P number will provide access to all children you have enrolled in Department of Education schools (primary or secondary). If you cannot view all your children under the one P number please contact us for assistance.

The ‘Connect Now’ app can be downloaded for free although will only stream notifications. Access to assessment results, reports, teacher emails, etc., can only be accessed by logging into Connect via an internet browser (Safari, Chrome, Windows Explorer etc.).

http://www.connect.det.wa.edu.au/

If you would like to reduce the number of notifications you receive from Connect via email, you may wish to change your preferences. Parents are able to choose to receive notifications via email, the Connect Now app or not at all. The attached instructions will help you to set your notifications (please note these instructions were prepared using the ‘old look’ Connect). Click your name or icon on the top right, select notifications, and make your adjustments.

Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Framework

The first two weeks have been an exciting and busy time, especially for our new Year 7 students starting secondary school for the first time. To support students, we will be running a Year 7 Transition Program throughout Term 1. This program includes important information about school processes, diary use and homework, conflict resolution, team building activities, cyber-safety and school-wide behaviour expectations. We also have a special area that is exclusively for Year 7s, to play and socialise at break times.

Newton Moore Senior High School has adopted a Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) framework, which is an evidence-based approach to student behaviour. An important focus of PBS is clearly defining, teaching and encouraging our school-wide behaviour expectations; Wellbeing, Respect, Responsibity and Learning. Our expected behaviours are shown in our PBS Behaviour Matrix which was developed in consultation with all staff, students and our School Board. A key component of PBS is a sustainable, effective and efficient PBS team who use data and consultative, collaborative processes to guide PBS implementation.

The team consists of the Principal (Susan Kerr) and Deputy Principal (Damian Croxford), representatives of each Learning Area, Student Services, Aboriginal Education and an external coach from the School of Special Education Needs (Behaviour and Engagement). We also have a student representative, Seth Bursill. The team meets three times each term for 50 minutes, usually on a Monday or Tuesday afternoon from 3.15pm.

Our meetings this term will be in the main conference room at Newton Moore Senior High School andfall on the following dates;

  • Monday 18th February,
  • Tuesday 19th March and
  • Tuesday 2nd April

We are keen for parents/guardians to join the PBS team as a parent representative.

Please contact me (Damian Croxford, Deputy Principal) at the school on 9722 2400 if interested.

Attendance

We want to make sure all children get the best education possible which is why attending school every day is so important. Western Australian law stipulates that schooling is compulsory for children and young people aged from 6 -17 years.

School participation will help your child develop important skills, knowledge and values to further their learning and participation in the community. Attending school every day also helps your child develop crucial social and emotional skills such as good communication, resilience and the ability to work in teams.

Children and young people who regularly attend school and complete Year 12 have better health outcomes, better employment outcomes, and higher incomes across their lives.

You can help by arriving and collecting your children on time; making sure they get nutritious meals and enough sleep; and making appointments with doctors, dentists and specialists, and making holiday plans during school holidays, not during the school term.

Newton Moore Senior High School have two regular methods of communicating with parents in regards to attendance.

  1. SMS messages are sent out daily to parents if their child/children have been marked absent period 1 or 2;
  2. Weekly emails are automatically generated which notify parents of any unexplained absences for the term to date.

We appreciate your prompt response to this communication, providing reasons for any absences.

If your child is not going to attend school, please let the school know by calling 9722 2429 or sending an SMS to 0400 207 827.

If they miss a day, it is important you talk with their teachers to find out how you can help them catch up.

Admin Report

Dear Parent/carer

We believe every child has the right to be safe at school. We provide learning environments that foster good behaviour and respect for your children and those around them.

Fortunately, most students attending public schools in Western Australia are able to learn in safe and supportive environments. At times, though, some students can be physically aggressive. This is never acceptable as it can cause psychological and physical harm to those involved, as well as disruption to teaching and learning.

The State Government has released a statement to address violence in schools. It sets out 10 actions to help school staff, families and communities work together on this complex issue. Programs and resources will be available for parents to support their children and, where appropriate, parents and staff will work closely to ensure children maintain positive behaviour at school. A copy of the Statement is available on the Department’s website below.

https://www.education.wa.edu.au/

It is important to understand that these changes focus on students who are intentionally physically aggressive towards others. Students with a disability, who either cannot manage their behaviour or do not intend to harm others, are not the target of this plan.

As parents, you also play a vital role. Your children benefit from you modelling and rewarding positive behaviour. I look forward to your ongoing support to keep our school a safe place for all.

Hon Sue Ellery MLC.
Minister for Education

Update your family and child’s details

Please keep the school up to date with contact details (address, Medicare numbers, email addresses, contact persons). Families can update their details by:

  1. Emailing the school newtonmooreshs@education.wa.edu.au.
  2. Phoning the school 9722 2400
  3. Clicking here to update details online. This option requires that families have access to the email address currently on our system.

School Photos

Academy School Photography will be in the school taking individual students photos on Tuesday 19th February (Year 7, 9, 10, 11, 12) and Wednesday 20th February (Year 8). Families will once again be able to purchase individual photos of their children, with a range of packages available.

Students will be issued with an individualised photography envelope (through their English class) informing families how to purchase photo packs. Purchases can be made in cash (correct money only) or via credit card.

Please note that the individual envelope must be handed to the photographer on photo day (even if not buying photos). This helps to identify your child and assist the school to move through our 700 students efficiently.

Please click the link below to access the current photo packs that are offered by Academy School Photography.

ICT/Technology Report

Bring Your Own Device

NMSHS provides a comprehensive IT infrastructure to support learning in the digital age. The school provides internet access and extensive wireless coverage across the whole school.

It is our expectation that students from all year groups bring their own device to support learning in our school. BYOD means you can bring an appropriate laptop or tablet to school and use it in classes and for study purposes.

See attached flyer for more info

Looking After Your BYOD While at School

We are pleased to see many more students bringing their own device (laptop or tablet) to school. The school does not have the facility to provide secure storage for BYOD or other personal items, so students are required to keep their devices secure and protected while at school.

We strongly recommend students use strong laptop bags/pouches and that devices are kept with students at all times and taken into classes. During HPE classes, bags are kept secure in the change rooms with doors locked for the duration of the class.

We recommend BYOD devices are covered by your own personal home/contents insurance.

Wellbeing & Program Coordinators Report

Golden Knights Excursion 2018 to the Perth Zoo

Golden Knights is a status that is achieved when a student is a Shining Knight for four terms. This end-of-year reward activity is for students who have consistently met the school's behaviour and attendance expectations throughout the year i.e. four terms.

Previously, students have enjoyed going to the beach at the Busselton Jetty, where they have engaged in numerous activities. At the end of 2018, students went to the Perth Zoo for the day, where they got to experience the great variety of animals and plants found at our Zoo from all corners of the globe.

Armed with a map, hats and lots of water, students spent a few hours traipsing around the zoo enjoying seeing the various animals such as African Lions Slender-tailed Meerkats, South American Coati and Tufted Capuchins.

Meet the Team

Meet the new teaching staff

Jodie Falconbridge

Area of Teaching:

Acting Head of Learning Area - HOLA

History (past work history):

I was at Australind Senior High School in 2018, and at Esperance Senior High School for ten years prior to that. I have taken on a variety of roles throughout time: I am currently the President of the South West English Teachers Association.

Philosophy about education:

I am passionate about education and the role that the study of literature and literacy plays in this. I believe that every child has a right to a quality education that will serve them, and our community, in the present and in the future.

Personal Interests:

Running, riding, hiking, yoga, racquet sports, reading, writing and crafting.

Area of Teaching:

Acting Head of Learning Area - HOLA

History (past work history):

I was at Australind Senior High School in 2018, and at Esperance Senior High School for ten years prior to that. I have taken on a variety of roles throughout time: I am currently the President of the South West English Teachers Association.

Philosophy about education:

I am passionate about education and the role that the study of literature and literacy plays in this. I believe that every child has a right to a quality education that will serve them, and our community, in the present and in the future.

Personal Interests:

Running, riding, hiking, yoga, racquet sports, reading, writing and crafting.

Amanda Miller

Area of Teaching:

Mathematics

History (past work history):

Lecturing and tutoring the UniPrep maths unit at Edith Cowan University and prior to that, Director of Corporate Tax (an accountant) at PwC.

Philosophy about education:

I believe all students should be supported and encouraged to reach their highest potential.

Personal Interests:

Learning to run a small farm, keeping fit (swimming and running), cooking, camping and playing with my new puppy.

Area of Teaching:

Mathematics

History (past work history):

Lecturing and tutoring the UniPrep maths unit at Edith Cowan University and prior to that, Director of Corporate Tax (an accountant) at PwC.

Philosophy about education:

I believe all students should be supported and encouraged to reach their highest potential.

Personal Interests:

Learning to run a small farm, keeping fit (swimming and running), cooking, camping and playing with my new puppy.

Brooke Gray

Area of Teaching:

Japanese

History (past work history):

Japanese Language Teacher - Secondary & Primary at Australind Senior High, Eaton Community College & Ocean Forest Lutheran College

Philosophy about education:

I believe in providing a learning experience where students are nurtured and encouraged to take responsibility for, and develop their own learning, in a safe caring and supportive environment. Providing a wide variety of tasks and activities which will enable the students to find their strengths, will in turn promote confidence and build self-esteem. Students should feel secure in taking risks, working with others and/or independently, being creative, be enterprising and communicating effectively.

Personal Interests:

Travelling with my family, keeping fit & healthy - yoga, swimming, running, riding, paddling, gardening, cooking, going to the beach, reading, watching sport & James Bond Movies.

Area of Teaching:

Japanese

History (past work history):

Japanese Language Teacher - Secondary & Primary at Australind Senior High, Eaton Community College & Ocean Forest Lutheran College

Philosophy about education:

I believe in providing a learning experience where students are nurtured and encouraged to take responsibility for, and develop their own learning, in a safe caring and supportive environment. Providing a wide variety of tasks and activities which will enable the students to find their strengths, will in turn promote confidence and build self-esteem. Students should feel secure in taking risks, working with others and/or independently, being creative, be enterprising and communicating effectively.

Personal Interests:

Travelling with my family, keeping fit & healthy - yoga, swimming, running, riding, paddling, gardening, cooking, going to the beach, reading, watching sport & James Bond Movies.

Student Services Update

Breakfast Club

Our school is fortunate enough to be able to be part of the Foodbank School Breakfast Program. Every day, fruit will be available in the morning and at recess time, outside the Chaplain’s office. On Wednesdays, muffins, spaghetti cups, muesli bars and lots of other cooked goodies are available before first period, so keep an eye out for breakfast platters around C3.

It is important for students to try to remember to have a healthy breakfast EVERY DAY before school. It helps with concentration, stops cravings for sugar at recess time and will make them feel more energetic throughout the day.

If you are stuck for quick, easy and healthy ideas for breakfast, ask Student Services for a pamphlet or see any of the Home Economics staff, Chaplain or school nurse, when available.

School Nurse

Year 7 and 8 school-based immunisation program 2019

In 2019, the school-based immunisation program is moving from Year 8 to Year 7. Students in both year groups will be offered the vaccines as part of this transition. From 2020 onward, the program will routinely be offered in Year 7 only.

The program offers a booster dose of diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough (dTpa) vaccine, and a vaccine for protection against Human Papillomavirus (HPV). The HPV vaccine provides wide protection against genital warts and some cancers and is delivered in two doses. Students in Year 7 and 8 will receive an Information Pack in Term One containing details of the program and a consent form for parents to sign.

Parents/guardians must sign and return the consent form for their children to participate in this free program. For more information, visit:

https://healthywa.wa.gov.au/immunisation

If your child misses any vaccines offered at school, visit your GP, Aboriginal Medical Service or community immunisation clinic (consultation fees may apply).

2019 Year 10 Immunisation Program - school-based

The Department of Health is offering a free, one dose, meningococcal ACWY immunisation program for Year 10 students. Students in Year 10 will receive and Information Pack in Term 1, containing details of the program, and a consent form for parents to sign.

Parents/guardians must sign and return the consent form for their children to participate in this free program. For more information, visit:

https://healthywa.wa.gov.au/immunisation

If your child misses any vaccines offered at school, visit your GP, Aboriginal Medical Service or community immunisation clinic (consultation fees may apply).

Learning Areas

Maths

2019 digIT Participant – Cosmo Pearce

Cosmo Pearce(Year 10) was selected to attend the 2019 digIT summer program. The first part of the 2019 digIT program was successfully completed in January at The University of Western Australia, with 59 students from across WA and SA attending. Cosmo was a part of this great, amazing group of students, who enjoyed the work and learning opportunities of the five days.

While at camp students participated in practical tutorials that broadened their skills in coding, web-design, gaming and robotics. They also participated in seminars on algorithmic and computational thinking and received motivational talks delivered by ICT experts. You can see an article from camp posted on their website:

https://www.amt.edu.au/news/digit-summer-camp-rocks-uwa/

Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards Finalist – Mrs Ashley Stewart

Mrs. Ashley Stewart (HOLA Mathematics) is a finalist in the Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards, selected from 400 applications. These awards are national awards through a partnership between the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Australian Schools Plus. Twelve Fellows will be selected to receive a Teaching Fellowship in 2019. Winners will be announced by the 25th of February.

Congratulations to Mrs. Stewart on her work in transforming learning outcomes at Newton Moore SHS. What an amazing opportunity!

Languages

Host Families Needed for Japanese Students – 24 March to 4th April

Indonesian – Year 7-10 Food Fest

In Week 1 Indonesian lessons the Year 7 to 10 students cooked and ate traditional village food and drink. They practised using appropriate manners and language for the Indonesian classroom at NMSHS.

HPE

Newton Moore Star – Jaxon Sawyer 2019 WA State Mountain Bike Team selection

Jaxon was selected to represent WA in the 2019 WA State Mountain Bike Team for Nationals in Bright Victoria in April. He also placed 3rd in a qualifying race for Australia Team selection in Mt Buller three weeks ago. Jaxon will be competing at Mt Baw Baw, for the second of the four qualifying races.

Good Luck Jaxon

Positive Behaviour Support (PBS)

Welcome back to the 2019 school year

The PBS team is looking forward to the year ahead, with lots of exciting things to come. We have introduced a new process for giving out PBS points. We are no longer giving out the paper PBS points. We are now using SEQTA to allocate points to students

Acknowledgement Celebrations - Term 1

2019 will see the first long term reward activity for the House with the most PBS points.

Rewards will include: ‘Games Galore’, Large physical games, Twister, Dominos, Connect 4, and Circus games etc. There will be computer games, chess, UNO and inside games, as well as healthy muffins to eat.

The reward activity will be held on Friday 12th April - Week 10 - Period 5

PBS Lesson Schedule for Term One

Week 3

Wellbeing

Use all equipment safely

Wednesday 20TH February

Period 1

Week 6

Responsibility

Engage online with people you know and trust

Thursday 14TH March

Period 1

Week 9

Learning

Following instructions and participate fully in all school activities

Friday 5TH April

-

Period 1

Thank you all for your continued support.

Aboriginal Education

Girls Academy

The Girls Academy started the year strong, with 45 contracted members. We welcomed 14 new Year 7’s. They were inducted into the program with a cultural outing, Walking on Country with Koomal Dreaming, at Ngilgi Caves.

Follow the Dream

As part of the Follow the Dream Program, Year 8 students are invited to attend an excursion to the University of Western Australia (UWA) Year 8 Discovery Day.

The day consists of students participating in hands-on activities which may include multi-media, sports science, human biology, architecture, business or engineering, plus other activities to experience the university environment first-hand. They also have the opportunity to interact with under and post graduate students from the relevant courses.

Specialist Programs

Engineering

Subs in Schools 2018 National Competition Results

Congratulations to our two teams who performed extremely wel,l considering 2018 was our first year in both State and National finals. Thank you to (Australian Submarine Corporation (ASC) who sponsored the team, and whose Engineers provided valuable mentoring.

Submarine Class

Newton Moore Senior High School team Great White Sharks, consisting of Year 10 (in 2018) Gabrial Francisco, Tylar Gallaghan, Cordell Anderson, Aiden Doak and Seth Hall achieved the following:

1st Place

Best Managed Enterprise

2nd Place

Best Team Portfolio

2nd Place 

Best Graphic Design Award

2nd Place 

Best Team Marketing Award

Equal 2nd Place 

Best Manufactured Watercraft

2nd Place 

Best Engineering CAD

3rd Place  

Best Engineered

ROV Class

Newton Moore Senior High School ROV team Aquacogs, , consisting of Year 9 (in 2018) Abby Curti, Chloe Hounshan, Shaofeng Huang and Year 10 (in 2018) Taine Lottering and Cameron Brown achieved the following:

2nd Place

Best Managed Enterprise

3rd Place  

Best Team Marketing Award

Choice Programs

You Can Solve It Club

Yes, you can learn to solve the Rubik’s cube! With 42 quintillion permutations, solving the Rubik’s cube is an exercise in pattern matching and prediction. Students can go to E11 each Wednesday at recess from Week Three onwards, to learn how to solve a Rubik’s cube.

News from Parent Bodies

Canteen News

Call for Canteen Volunteers

The canteen needs volunteers for short periods of time, to ensure our canteen continues to operate. If you are a Parent or Grandparent and can spare some time, we would love to hear from you. Please ring our Canteen Manager, Jenny Hall, on 9795 8620.

School Board

Nomination for School Board Membership

Parent Representatives Newton Moore Senior High School School Board

As an Independent Public School our School Board plays a key role in the governance and accountability processes we have developed and endeavour to continually improve.

The School Board is comprised of the Principal and with community, parent and teacher representatives.

Both parent and teacher positions on the school board are determined by election, if required.

We welcome nominations from PARENTS who would like to become members of our School Board.

To nominate for a parent positions on the 2019-20 School Board, you are invited to complete the nomination for election form attached below and return it to the school by 3:00pm Wednesday 20th February 2019. Positions are for two years. Please forward your nomination to Kerry.cawcutt@education.wa.edu.au.

Nominations close 3:00pm Wednesday 20th February 2019

Community Notices

Calendar

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