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Singleton High School photo day Tuesday 31 May.

Individual photographs will be taken on Tuesday, May 31, 2016, in the Multi-Purpose Centre. Photographs will be taken as individuals for all years. ALL STUDENTS MUST WEAR CORRECT SCHOOL UNIFORM. T shirts, excessive jewellery will need to be removed. See the day's schedule at this link (PDF). Photo re-shoot will occur on Friday, 3 June 2016, for students absent on 31st May.... Read more

HSC Seminar Day 2016

The Singleton High School HSC Seminar Day is held at Singleton High School each year on the last Friday in May. In 2016 it is Friday 27 May. Over 1000 Year 11 and 12 students representing over 30 schools from Narrabri, Merriwa, Lake Macquarie, Newcastle, Taree, Wauchope, Maitland and Central Coast areas will attend HSC Seminars in Singleton. The Singleton High School HSC Seminars have attracted over 40 experienced teachers including: Educational consultants, Senior HSC markers, HSC markers, University lecturers and Board of Studies staff from... Read more

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Newsletter #4 Out Now - Click Link on Right!

Our latest newsletter - The Singleton Sun - is full of amazing articles and information, such as our Sports Carnival, Takahata Tour, Developing Young Leaders, Catering the Mayoral Awards, Behaviour Survey, Celebrating Seniors Weeks, our Auto Festival, Delhi Artwork, Special Education News, Wellbeing Presentations, Free Student Resources, Vinnies Sleep Out, SRC activities, Aboriginal Education, Ungooroo News, Food Allergy Week and Sports Report - so check it out today!... Read more


The delegation from Singleton and Singleton High

Japanese Tour Success

A group of Singleton High teachers and local community members have recently returned from a very rewarding trip to Japan. The group travelled during the holidays to visit our sister school in Takahata, who have just opened a completely new junior high school. This new facility is very impressive, but equally impressive is the respect between students, parents, teachers and the broader community - they are really committed to learning and education. Takahata will be sending a delegation of 20 representatives, including their Mayor, to... Read more

Students march in ANZAC commemorations

ANZAC Day March

Over 90 students from Singleton High School attended Singleton's formal ANZAC Day commemoration service last Monday. This impressive representation of students reflects the ongoing relevance of ANZAC Day to young Australians and the character of our students. Thanks also goes to our SRC (Student Representative Council) for organising the blazers and ties, you all looked very splendid!... Read more

Year 12 Parent-Teacher Night Wed 11 May.

he Year 12 Parent-Teacher night will be on Wednesday 11 May commencing at 3.45-6.00pm in the school library. All bookings to be made through Millennium.... Read more

Year 7 Vaccinations round 2

The second round of the school vaccination program for Year 7 will be on Tuesday 3 May. The organisation for the day can be seen below - Period 1: Hollows & Yunupingu Period 2: Freeman & White Period 3: Brabham & Dunlop Period 4: Cosgrove, Stanley, Support & Multicat Units Please encourage your child not to become anxious and upset about this experience. The final third round of vaccinations will occur Term 3. If you have any questions please contact the Head Teacher Wellbeing.... Read more

NAPLAN Tests 10, 11, 12 May

NAPLAN tests will run on the 10th, 11th and 12th of May (Week 3, Term 2) for all Year 7 and Year 9 students. Students are required to bring the following equipment for each examination: * 2B pencil * Rubber * Sharpener * Calculator (for the Mathematics examinations only) Students will be issued with a timetable for these examinations Week 2. There will be a catch up day timetable for students who fall sick and miss an examination. If you require further information, please contact Mrs Jane Johns (CAPA faculty).... Read more

Year 7 Cyber Safety Workshop

A Cyber Safety workshop has been planned for all year 7 students in Term 1. Students will have the opportunity to listen to our local Police Liaison Officer, Senior Constable John Collins, who will advise students of their rights and responsibilities in regards to technology such as mobile phones and the internet. These workshops will help students make informed choices in regards to technology and the legal ramifications of inappropriate use of technology. Please see the timetable below for each classes session times: Tuesday 29 March Period... Read more

Year 7 Parent Teacher Evening

Year 7 Parent Teacher Evening will occur on Tuesday 5 April in the MPC from 4pm-6pm. Bookings for appointment times are to be made through Millennium.... Read more

Term Two Sport Choices - Years 8-10

Year 8-10 Term Two Sport Choices are LIVE NOW. Check Student Emails ASAP. Selections close on March 31st.... Read more

Year 12 Half Yearly Exam Timetable

Our Year 12 students will have weeks 9 and 10 assigned exclusively for HSC Half Yearly Examinations. Attendance at school is compulsory when students have a scheduled exam and recommended for study and revision outside these times. The schedule is attached (see link below), with all exams taking place in the MPC (unless otherwise noted). The morning session will commence at 9:05am each day, with the afternoon sessions commencing at 1pm. Please read the schedule carefully, as an error in reading the timetable or similar reasons, will not be... Read more

Motivational Media Presentation

Motivational Media will be presenting "Everyday Heroes" to the whole school student body throughout Monday 4 April in the MPC. Parents and carers can view the the preview of this showing at the website motivationalmedia.org.au The timetable below details the viewing times - Year 7 and Year 10 Period 1 Year 8 and Year 11 Period 2 Year 9 and Year 12 Period 3... Read more

Hunter Valley Buses changing to Route Numbering

UPDATE 26/2: HVB has advised the school that the implementation of route numbering has been deferred. The school has been advised that from Monday 29th February Hunter Valley Buses will display 4 digit route numbering instead of the current 2 digit bus number. Routes and times will not be changing. During the transition period until the end of the term, HV buses will display both the new 4 digit route number as well as the current 2 digit bus number. Route and route numbering information can be found on the CDC Bus website.... Read more

Students receive specialist external study skills opportunities from Elevate Education

Singleton High School has engaged the services of the highly skilled Elevate Education Team to SHS to present information to our students that will help to support them as they prepare for study in Years 9 - 12. This is a free workshop for the students with all costs covered by SHS. Elevate Education will be presenting to all year 11 and 12 students on Wednesday 23/2/16 during selected periods.The topics include STUDY SENSEI and TIME MANAGEMENT. This will help to guide our students to set themselves up to use good practices for preparation for... Read more

Year 7 Vaccinations

All vaccination forms must be returned by Monday 15/2 to the Front Office or your child's Roll Call teacher for Hunter Health to collect and order the correct quanity of vaccines required. If your child needs a new vaccine package they are available for collection from the Head Teacher Wellbeing office. The first round of vaccinations will occur Tuesday 23/2. If you have any problems or questions, please contact the Head Teacher Wellbeing - Ms Kathleen Ballard or Mrs Nicole French... Read more

Year 5/6 Parent Information Evening

Singleton High School welcomes all Year 5 and 6 students, parents and carers to the Parent Information Evening Tuesday 23/2 in the MPC commencing at 5.00pm. We look forward to seeing you all then!... Read more

Girls 3/4 pants available from 19 February

The Clothing Shop would like to advise that girls 3/4 pants are expected to be available from 19th February.... Read more

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