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WAVE Reports for all Year 7 to 12 students for the second half of Term 1 2021 have been posted on the Sentral Parent Portal for you to access and read. We value safety, tolerance, respect, integrity, resilience and honesty. This report is to inform you of the student's performance for the period against these values. Our Parent Portal is located at. http://portal.kingscliff.nsw.edu.au/ This electronic space will be used to provide parents with up to date information regarding the school as well as a portal to access relevant information on your child. If this is your first time using the Sentral Parent Portal please visit this address to register your account: https://www.kingscliff.nsw.edu.au/parent-portal/ Once registered you can input the Family key given to you to view your children. If you haven’t received a family key please contact the school.

Applications are now open for Kingscliff High School Year 7 Endeavour Program of 2022 Each year Kingscliff High School runs a program to cater for aspirational Year 7 students. Applications are now open for Year 6 students intending to enrol at Kingscliff High School in 2022. More information, including how to apply can be found on the school’s website under the heading Our School / Enrolment / Year 6 into Year 7 https://www.kingscliff.nsw.edu.au/our-school/year-6-into-year-7/ Applications close Tuesday 4 May 2021.

Due to the NSW weather emergency, the information sessions about our school upgrade have been rescheduled from this week (Friday 26 March 2021) to next week. You may now drop in to the school library after school on Thursday 1 April from 3.15pm to 5.00pm to find out more about the progress of the project. A revised project update is attached. [pdf-embedder url="https://www.kingscliff.nsw.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/NEW-Kingscliff-HS-Project-Update-Mar-2021_revised-date-1.pdf" title="NEW Kingscliff HS Project Update Mar 2021_revised date (1)"]

On Tuesday Murwillumbah High School students combined with Kingscliff High to watch Zeal Theatre perform their highly anticipated new show Meltdown. The performance explored mental health issues, stress and anger through multi-character acting, blending music, drama and comedy in a powerful performance for our students. Drama students from Murwillumbah and Kingscliff High were then treated to a practical workshop with the inspiring performers from Zeal, focusing on developing characterisation and devising techniques. Thanks so much to Murwillumbah High for joining us on our awesome theatrical adventure!  

Parents of students in Year 7 classes Yelgun and Waybera are invited to attend a Facebook Live session on Monday 22nd March at 5 pm. The session will go over the Digital Devices trial that students will be partaking in Term 2. All students have been sent home an information pack and parent's have been emailed with this as well. The session will be made available on KHS Facebook page for future reference, in case parents cannot make the set time. Looking forward to seeing you then.

Due to wet weather Upstander Day for Yr 7-10 and Yr 11/12 helpers has to be postponed. Tomorrow will be a normal school day, whereby students will need to bring all required books and equipment. The new date is Monday 29th March. Pancakes breakfast and Braids against Bullying will still proceed. The SRC supports our schools Upstander Day. ​They are holding their own fundraiser called “Braids against bullying”. Thursday 18th March before school and during recess in the quad students can bring a gold coin donation if they wish to participate​. Students can choose their colour hairspray, and/or get plaits or braids to show they are against bullying.