Kirrawee High School

Telephone02 9521 2099

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

Upcoming events

Monday

22

August

Deadly Choices Education Program

Date

22 August

Time

8:52-9:56 AM

Location
Kirrawee High School Library

Deadly Choices programs are health education and capacity development programs aimed at supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to be positive role models and mentors for their family, peer group, and community by living a healthy lifestyle. Venue: Kirrawee High School Library Time: Students will attend sessions from Week 5-Week 10 this term. Students will attend the lessons in the school library. The sessions will run for 60 mins each Monday. The periods for when the sessions will occur are below Week 5 Monday Period 1 Week 6 Monday Period 2 Week 7 Monday Period 3 Week 8 Monday Period 4 Week 9 Monday Period 5 Week 10-Monday Period 1 Cost: NIL Supervising teachers: Students will be supervised by Karen Armstrong during the sessions. Rachal Allan who works for Cronulla Sharks as the Indigenous Programs Coordinator will run the program. What to bring equipment: Students will be required to bring their laptop. What to wear: Full school uniform. Return to class: Students will attend for the period and then return to class. Students must make a genuine effort to catch up on any missed school work as a result of attending this excursion. This excursion is being conducted with the permission of the principal.

Monday

29

August

Deadly Choices Education Program

Date

29 August

Time

8:52-9:56 AM

Location
Kirrawee High School Library

Deadly Choices programs are health education and capacity development programs aimed at supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to be positive role models and mentors for their family, peer group, and community by living a healthy lifestyle. Venue: Kirrawee High School Library Time: Students will attend sessions from Week 5-Week 10 this term. Students will attend the lessons in the school library. The sessions will run for 60 mins each Monday. The periods for when the sessions will occur are below Week 5 Monday Period 1 Week 6 Monday Period 2 Week 7 Monday Period 3 Week 8 Monday Period 4 Week 9 Monday Period 5 Week 10-Monday Period 1 Cost: NIL Supervising teachers: Students will be supervised by Karen Armstrong during the sessions. Rachal Allan who works for Cronulla Sharks as the Indigenous Programs Coordinator will run the program. What to bring equipment: Students will be required to bring their laptop. What to wear: Full school uniform. Return to class: Students will attend for the period and then return to class. Students must make a genuine effort to catch up on any missed school work as a result of attending this excursion. This excursion is being conducted with the permission of the principal.

Wednesday

31

August

Year 11 Geography Excursion-Karloo Pools Heathcote

Date

31 August

Time

8:30 AM-2:30 PM

Location
Royal National Park

Students studying Year 11 Geography are required to undertake a mandatory field work trip to complement their course work. The field work will further develop their knowledge in how ecosystems operate. Venue: Karloo Pools Heathcote Hike. Transport: Students will meet Mr Sassine at Kirrawee Station at 830am and a staff representative from the Royal National Park Environmental Education Centre at Heathcote Station. Students will make their way to and from the venue via a train with Mr Sassine. Time: Students will meet Mr Sassine at Kirrawee Station by 830am and will be dismissed from from Heathcote Station at 230pm. Cost: $9 per student. Supervising Teacher: Mr Sassine. What to bring/Equipment Required: Pinboard, Pens and 2L of water. What to wear: Students will be required to wear closed shoes suitable for hiking. Students will be required to wear cloths suitable for a light to moderate hike. Students must make a genuine attempt to catch up on any missed work as a result of attending this excursion. This excursion is being conducted with the permission of the principal.

Wednesday

31

August

yLead "Leadershift" Year 9 Incursion

Date

31 August

Time

8:50 AM-3:00 PM

Location
Kirrawee High School

"Leadershift" is a one-day workshop held at school on Wednesday 31st of August as part of your child's wellbeing and welfare development. "Leadershift", presented by yLead, develops confident, resilient, positive and collaborative leaders. Through a fun and engaging experience students will learn how to strengthen their leadership capacity and become aware of the influence their actions have. Throughout the "Leadershift" experience students will: * Identify five specific practical actions that every student can utilise to have positive influence * Understand that leadership is not just for senior students or those with a badge, rather for everyone to become aware of the influence they have through their positive choices and actions * Develop positive team cohesion by exploring communication and collaboration through a range of problem solving activities * Explore the direct relationship of attitude and results, creating greater accountability * Feel empowered to have greater self-confidence in expressing their views and opinions The cost per student for the "Leadershift" program is $25.

Friday

02

September

Ski Trip 2022

Date

02-04 September

Time

All day

Location
Perisher Blue / Ski Rider Wilsons Valley

Aim/Reason for Excursion: Ski Trip Venue: Perisher Blue/ Ski Rider Wilsons Valley Transport: Coach Port Stephens Coaches Time: 3:00pm Cost: $635 Supervising Teachers: D.Short, K.McKenzie-Hicks, P.Elliott, M.Scott, K.Adelerhof Students must make a genuine effort to catch up any school work missed as a result of attending this excursion. This excursion is being conducted with the permission of the Principal.

Monday

05

September

Deadly Choices Education Program

Date

05 September

Time

8:52-9:56 AM

Location
Kirrawee High School Library

Deadly Choices programs are health education and capacity development programs aimed at supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to be positive role models and mentors for their family, peer group, and community by living a healthy lifestyle. Venue: Kirrawee High School Library Time: Students will attend sessions from Week 5-Week 10 this term. Students will attend the lessons in the school library. The sessions will run for 60 mins each Monday. The periods for when the sessions will occur are below Week 5 Monday Period 1 Week 6 Monday Period 2 Week 7 Monday Period 3 Week 8 Monday Period 4 Week 9 Monday Period 5 Week 10-Monday Period 1 Cost: NIL Supervising teachers: Students will be supervised by Karen Armstrong during the sessions. Rachal Allan who works for Cronulla Sharks as the Indigenous Programs Coordinator will run the program. What to bring equipment: Students will be required to bring their laptop. What to wear: Full school uniform. Return to class: Students will attend for the period and then return to class. Students must make a genuine effort to catch up on any missed school work as a result of attending this excursion. This excursion is being conducted with the permission of the principal.