Recent Duke of Edinburgh students attended the City to Surf run and gallery can be seen here
Students are invited to enter the Youth Week 2017 poster competition. Just go the their website from this link and read the conditions and download an entry form. Entries close Friday September 2 2016.
You could win $1000
AIME tutors will be coming to the school from Week 2 to Week 8, Term 4 on Tuesdays 3:30 to 4:30 downstairs of the library for Year 11 and 12 students to assist with assessment tasks and study.
We have a new program within the school called ‘The Learning Circle”
- What is the Learning Circle: It is a supervised learning opportunity
- Who for: students who require teacher assistance to revise, discuss, research and complete school work and assessment tasks in a well researched learning space
- When: during lunch time each Thursday and Friday
- Where: in the Literacy Room/Multilit Room in the Library
The Self Assessment Survey (SAS) helps the school Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) team to examine stakeholders perception of the current status of four key behavioural support systems in the school:
- classroom and;
- individual student systems.
Completed annually, the SAS takes about 15 minutes to complete. The PBL team will examine the results and patterns and use the information to revise and further develop their implementation of PBL.
We would like to invite parents/caregivers, students and community members the opportunity to assist the school in delivery the best possible. If you would like to assist click on the following link.
The National Computer Science School Challenge has started this week at SGHS. Coding like a Ninja in Python!
Parents can now make a payment to SGHS online. The link is provided in the Internal links section to the left
The Sydney Morning Herald has just published its HSC study guide for 2016