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A great way of getting skills and broadening your experience is via a cadet program. Secondary school students who join a cadet program typically undertake adventurous training, camping, hiking, sporting activities and exercise their leadership potential.
Cadets WA programs
Do you catch public transport to school? Transperth are making changes to many bus routes as of 23 April 2017. Please check to see if the service you use has been altered.
The school recognises that there are times when it is genuinely appropriate and useful for students to have access to a mobile phone - for example, to contact parents in emergencies, to confirm or change a collection time after drama or music rehearsals or sports practice. It is not necessary, nor acceptable, for mobiles phones to be switched on or used during school lessons. They can be a distraction to students, a disruption to classes and they also pose a security problem. As a result, students are discouraged from bringing them to school.
Any student, who is feeling unwell at school and needs to go home, must arrange this through the nurse in the Health Centre. Under no circumstances may students use mobiles to contact home and make arrangements to leave.
The following policy applies with respect to mobile phones:
For support with cybersafety please visit https://www.esafety.gov.au/