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WAVE Reports for all Year 7 to 12 students for the END of Term 3 2019 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.

This Australian Reading Hour, encourage your child to discover or rekindle their love of a good book. Take the time to learn, escape and relax on Thursday 19 September and read for one hour. Reading has been shown to reduce stress by 68% more than listening to music, going for a walk, or having a cup of tea. Take the Book Swap Challenge We all have favourite books that we come back to again and again. To help celebrate Reading Hour take our Book Swap Challenge. We want students, teachers, staff and parents to try reading something new on the day. To get involved, simply pair up with someone and swap your favourite books. Take a photo and tag it with #ReadingHour so we can see how you got involved. Find out more Visit the Australian Reading Hour website for more information.

Congratulations to our amazing HSC Drama student Jacob Brown. Jacob has been selected to perform at DramaWorks 2019, a showcase of students who have achieved HSC excellence in their Individual and Group Performances. As part of the HSC Drama course students can elect to perform a monologue that must run between 6 – 8 minutes. Jacob has been working diligently all year to refine his performance of Dennis, an adaptation of Evelyn Waugh’s ‘The Loved One’. Using transformational acting techniques, and his superb skill in creating dynamic sound effects, Jacob plays over 10 characters in under 7 minutes in Dennis. His selection to perform in DramaWorks is indicative of the excellence of his performance skills. We’re extremely proud of Jacob and are looking forward to watching him perform in the matinee performance at The Byron Bay Theatre next Tuesday. For those

      Raffle prizes: If you would like to purchase tickets please come and see Special Ed at recess or lunchtime on Fri 6/9! They are $2 each, $3 for 5 or 10 for $10! [pdf-embedder url="https://www.kingscliff.nsw.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Fundraiser-1.pdf" title="Fundraiser 1"] [pdf-embedder url="https://www.kingscliff.nsw.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Fundraiser-2.pdf" title="Fundraiser 2"] [pdf-embedder url="https://www.kingscliff.nsw.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Fundraiser-3.pdf" title="Fundraiser 3"]

Use our new Digital Citizenship toolkit to empower your child to understand how their online behaviour affects themselves and others. You and your child can find information on: how to ‘be positive’ by understanding online behaviour and its effect 'be smart’ by thinking critically and being digitally aware 'be safe’ by protecting your security, privacy and wellbeing. A toolkit to empower you and your child You can find articles and videos to equip and empower your child to minimise the risks and maximise the opportunities in our digital future. We’ve partnered with leading researchers to produce a curated toolkit – aligned to the curriculum – which teachers and you can share with the young people in your lives. Guide your child through important concepts such as: managing privacy settings in social media collaborating online avoiding scams and hoaxes understanding the law when it comes to online

The school will have an internet outage on Friday 30th morning to install our new Secured Internet at the Edge project. Parent portal access will be also unavailable from 9am to midday. A new way for students to access the internet from their devices. https://www.youtube.com/embed/R5pYX3Y5q-4  

Meningococcal Awareness As we head into late winter and spring, NSW Health are urging everyone to be alert to the symptoms of meningococcal disease. NSW Health have launched a state wide campaign about identifying the symptoms of meningococcal disease. Meningococcal disease is caused by a bacterial infection that can lead to serious illness if not recognised and treated in time. While anyone can contract meningococcal disease, infection rates are higher in children aged 0 - 4 years and young people aged 15 - 24 years. Do you know the symptoms of meningococcal disease? Symptoms of meningococcal disease include: * Sudden onset of fever * Headache * Neck stiffness * Joint pain * Dislike of bright lights * Nausea * Vomiting * Irritability * Rash of red-purple spots or bruises that doesn't disappear when pressure is applied.(A rash does not always appear or it may occur late in the disease). Some or all of these symptoms may appear and can mimic other common illnesses. Symptoms

Minimum Standards Tutoring Sessions Wednesday 21st August 2019 On Wednesday the 21st of August the school will be employing specialist tutors to help year 11 students who have not yet achieved minimum standards in numeracy or reading. It is essential that year 11 students who have not met minimum standards in reading and/or numeracy attend these sessions so they can maximise their chance of passing and receiving a Higher School Certificate.   The sessions will run from 10.15 (Start of period 2) until 2.15 (during sport time). There is NO cost for students as the school will be bearing the costs to assist students pass Minimum Standards. There will also be additional tuition in the near future for writing.

​Dear Parents and Caregivers, Thank you for your patience with Academic Stream results for 2020. We checked all results with our partner primary schools and made a few adjustments. We would rather take a little extra time and ensure that we get this classes correct. We would also like to thank our partner primary schools for their input and feedback in ensuring accuracy of placement. The year adviser for 2020, Mr Ella will be ringing parents this week to notify of academic stream results. It is anticipated that most of these will be completed by this Friday 16th August. The front office will be given the list of names on Monday if there is any need for clarification.