The school enjoys a good relationship with the community, and has established a parent partnership program for Years 7-10.  The aim of the partnership is to strengthen the home school relationship and encourage student wellbeing. Parents join the senior executive once a term for breakfast and discussion on issues of mutual educational interest. Topics discussed are often related to our student wellbeing program, which is age specific, and various guest speakers are invited, and have included The Australian Federal Police talking on cyber safety, and staff speaking on their areas of expertise, as well as seminars on mental health issues; adolescent development; gaming and gifted and talented education. Parent input into potential seminar topics ensure the relevance and utility of the program.

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Download this file (2018 NAPLAN advice for parents.pdf)NAPLAN advice for parents[2018 changes in HSC Minimum Standards testing, The ongoing importance of NAPLAN, What the exams looks like/ when, What the school is doing to drive excellence, What you can do at home to help your boys]713 kB
Download this file (CURICULLUM AT STHS.pdf)CURICULLUM AT STHS[information for year 7 parents]3504 kB
Download this file (PP 2018 .pdf)Parent Partnership Dates for 2018 [Parent Partnership Dates for 2018 ]130 kB

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