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Randwick Girls' High School

Randwick Girls' High School

Educating today's girls to be tomorrow's leaders

Telephone9398 3233

Emailrandwickg-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Moving into Year 7 2023

10 Mar 2022

Year 7 2023

Year 7, 2023 Orientation

 

Getting Ready for High School Brochure

Starting_School_Guides_2023_-_High_School.pdf

 

Transition Activities

1.   Year 7, 2023 Orientation Day - Tuesday 29th November 2022.

2.   First day of high school – Tuesday 31st January 2023 – arrive 8.50am

3.   Big Fish Little Fish Workshop. This workshop will be held on 1st February 2023. During the workshop the students will:

·   Participate in games that facilitate an agreement to minimise each other’s fears and maximise their collective hopes and dreams.

·   Develop empowering self-identity beliefs. This lays the foundation to resilience and self-worth.

·   Role-play effective communication strategies to enhance relationships with their peers, teachers and parents.

·   Discover ways to engage new friends and avoid being bullied.

4.   Year 7 School Camp - will be held at The Collaroy Centre from Monday 27th March to Wednesday 29th March 2023.

5.   Lockers - Year 7 students are automatically assigned a locker for their first year in high school at no charge. During the first week of Year 7, students will be issued with a Locker Agreement form, locker and lock.

 

Year 7 Parent Transition Guide

Year 7 2023 Parent Transition Guide

 

Homework Centre

As a school, we are concerned that many students, for one reason or another, often fail to attempt or complete their homework. Others have difficulties completing homework to a high standard. Often

they encounter a difficulty and then give up. Homework, and the consolidation of work covered in class are essential factors for academic success for every student.

Randwick Girls’ High School homework centre aims to:

· provide access to all students with library resources after school hours under supervision.

· provide access to students who do not have computers and/or internet at home.

· provide guidance/opportunities to students who have difficulties completing homework at home.

The Centre is staffed by volunteer teachers and university students who are ex students from this school. Students have the opportunity to ask questions, gain help and more importantly, to have a scheduled time to sit and complete their homework.

And the best thing is the sessions are completely FREE.

The Centre operates on Thursday afternoons from 3.30pm to 5.00pm in the school Library.

Rolls are marked at every session. Students leaving before 4.30pm will need to bring a signed note to indicate leaving time. As school buses are not operating out of school hours, we advise parents to make alternative arrangements for students to get home.

Please complete the permission note form below before attending the homework centre.

https://forms.gle/T5TjW8oq3m9WUTbGA

 

Sport

Weekly sport is held each Wednesday afternoon and is a compulsory part of the school curriculum for all Year 7-10 students. A wide range of sporting activities are offered at the school and in nearby locations. Students are able to select a different sport every term.

All students are permitted to wear their Sports/PE uniform to school Wednesday.

Students must attend the school’s compulsory swimming, athletics and cross country carnivals. They also have the opportunity to participate in additional sporting activities such as NSW CHS knock-out competitions and area sport trials

 

Swimming Carnival

https://forms.gle/Xe91WHzUWrEtPAhg9

 

Talented Sport Survey

https://forms.gle/pSWpKm2S1nCoFP2E7

 

BYOD

4 byod_policy_2022.pdf

 

School Buses

Apply now for your School Opal Card  https://transportnsw.info/school-travel-apply School Bus

Timetable

TfNSW free-school-travel-school-opal poster.pdf

 

Year 7 Vaccinations

School Vaccination Program Information Sheet

 

School Vaccination_Online Consent 2023 pamplet_parents.pdf

The purpose of this flyer is to provide awareness to parents regarding the upcoming change towards online consent in 2023. More information and links will be provided to you once they become available.

Vaccination days

Dose 1 – 27th February 2023

Dose 2 – 31st August 2023

 

School Uniform

School uniforms are available online or through Wileys Uniforms shop

3/17 Green Street, Banksmeadow,

NSW Australia 2019

info@wileys.com.au

(02) 9344 5777

https://wileys.com.au/product-category/randwickgirls/

Randwick Girls Flyer 2022 new.pdf

https://randwickg-h.schools.nsw.gov.au/about-our-school/uniform.html

 

Special Religious Education (SRE)

Randwick Girls’ High School is required to provide time for practicing religion.

The following options are currently available at Randwick Girls High School. Those students who complete the form with an option selected will be added to the relevant SRE roll.

SRE Options:

· Combined Christian

· Buddhist

· Jewish

· Catholic

To commit your student to practicing a faith, you must complete the permission form. https://forms.gle/hNSrQJkvFVTuyXe47

Please note, you are committing your student to the practice of the faith. The lesson is not an objective study of the faith.

Students who opt-in will continue with the same arrangement from year to year unless a request in writing is received from the parent/carer.

For more information about Special Religious Education (SRE) including the list of approved providers, please visit: https://education.nsw.gov.au/teaching-and-learning/curriculum/learning-across-the-curriculum/religion-and-ethics

If your preferred SRE option is not available, please contact the approved provider.

Students who do not attend SRE undertake supervised alternative meaningful activities.

The school website provides SRE information including a link to Providers’ curriculum.

https://randwickg-h.schools.nsw.gov.au/learning-at-our-school/religion-and-ethics.html

 

Bell Times

https://randwickg-h.schools.nsw.gov.au/about-our-school/bell-times.html

 

P&C Association

RGHS P&C Year 7 Orientation Flyer 2022.pdf