16 October 2017

Careers Information

University Information

Notre Dame University

Notre Dame University is still accepting applications for Semester 1, 2015. Applications can be made directly to the university and do not incur an application or late fee. Please contact the Prospective Students Office on 9433 0533 to make an appointment for a campus tour, to receive course and application advice or to be sent an application pack. Application forms are also available from Mr Frusher at Scotch.

Notre Dame also offers alternative entry programmes to undergraduate studies at Notre Dame. These course is available to students who did not reach the minimum entrance score for university in their ATAR and also to students who completed Year 12 but did not undertake ATAR subjects.

Foundation Year

A one-year bridging course that builds the confidence and skills required to successfully undertake university study.

Notre Dame Tertiary Enabling Programme


A full-time, thirteen week (one semester) alternative entry program that is available each semester.

For further information contact Notre Dame University.

Career Pathways in the Outdoors Industry

Do you have aspiring students wanting to get involved in the outdoors industry or considering Tertiary Studies in Outdoor Education or Recreation?

Notre Dame University and La Trobe University are presenting an insight into tertiary pathway's aimed specifically at giving students a look into this unique and rewarding industry. This event is aimed at year 10, 11 and 12 students who have an interest in the outdoors.

This information session is taking place at 5pm on Thursday, 23 October at the St Hilda's Anglican School staff room and is sponsored by Mainpeak and Outdoors WA.

Don't forget immediately following the student information session Brendon Munge from La Trobe University is presenting a professional development research event examining a number of research topics such as Bushwalking search and rescue - Lessons to learn from recent events; Nature and scope of Outdoor Education in WA, A student's decision to follow an Outdoor Education pathway: The influence of family, teachers and a desire to make a difference and Field work pedagogy: What makes it unique. This session starts at 6.30 pm

To book your place or if you have any further enquiries please e-mail outdoored@sthildas.wa.edu.au.

Curtin University Twilight Tours

Gain a glimpse of the Curtin campus by attending a Twilight Tour. Twilight Tours are for interested prospective students to gain a glimpse of the Curtin campus and facilities after hours. To provide an insight into studying at Curtin our Student Ambassadors will show attendees some of their favourite spots on campus as well as where they study and take classes. Prospective Student Advisors will be on hand to provide advice and answer questions about applying to Curtin.

Date: Wednesday 22 October 2014

Wednesday 12 November 2014

Wednesday 10 December 2014

Time: 5.30 - 7.00 pm

Location: Angazi Court Precinct (opposite Building 408)

Curtin University

Kent Street, Bentley, WA

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Free Student Exchange Information Evening in Perth

Hear from returned students, find out more about discounts and scholarships available and have your questions answered.

Wednesday, 15 October - 7.30pm

The Kings Perth Hotel

517-525 Hay Street

PERTH

Visit http://studentexchange.org.au/ or call 1300 135 331 for more information.

Year 12 WACE Examinations

All students who have enrolled to sit WACE examinations have received a personalised timetable which is to be taken to every written examination as proof of identity. I have suggested that this document remain in the student's blazer pocket as blazers must be worn to all examinations - parents can assist with a gentle reminder before leaving home for each examination. If this document is misplaced students need to go to student services 30 minutes prior to the examination to get a replacement copy.

Sickness/Misadventure Application Form

WACE Examinations: 2014

Before completing a Sickness/Misadventure Application form please read the following information carefully:

  • Has your performance in a WACE examination been affected by a temporary sickness, non-permanent disability or unforeseen misadventure suffered immediately before or during the examination period? (For Physical Education Studies and Dance practical candidates this includes a severe injury sustained after the start of Winter Term, but still existing during the practical examinations.)
  • Were you prevented from attending an examination due to sickness and/or misadventure?
  • If you answered YES to either, or both, of these questions then you should complete this form. The circumstances must have been beyond your usual control. A claim cannot be made for courses entered as a private candidate.

If your difficulties in sitting the WACE examination are the result of any of the reasons listed below, then your circumstances fall outside the Authority's policy and guidelines for sickness/misadventure.

  • Difficulties in preparation or loss of preparation time - for example, as a result of sickness during Year 12 unless in the two weeks prior to your first written examination
  • Alleged deficiencies in tuition
  • Long-term illness such as asthma and epilepsy - unless you have suffered an acute episode of your illness during the examination period
  • The same grounds for which you received special examination provision - unless you experienced additional difficulties during an examination session
  • Misreading the examination timetable
  • Misreading examination instructions
  • Events related to your school assessment in a course
  • Attendance at a sporting or cultural event during a written examination.

Refer to the on-line Year 12 Information Handbook 2014 for further details.

If the application is accepted then the procedure is for the Authority to calculate an examination mark using your school assessment as a basis. The higher of the actual examination mark and the calculated examination mark becomes the examination mark that is given to you for that examination.

Completion of the form:

Section A: Applicant details: All parts of this section must be completed by the candidate.

Section B: Course details: This section, including the insert, to be completed by the candidate personally.

Section C: Misadventure evidence (non-medical): This section should be completed by a person not related to the candidate, who is a witness to the misadventure, eg, attending police officer.

Section D: Medical evidence: This section must be completed by the medical practitioner or registered health professional, if the application is on medical or psychological grounds.

Section E: Sickness categories: An essential reference for the medical practitioner/health professional.

Acknowledgement: You must complete the name and address section. The Authority will return the acknowledgement, signed and dated, upon receipt of the application. You should retain the returned acknowledgement as proof that your application has been received. The completed form and any supporting documentation must be received by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority, PO Box 816 Cannington 6987, no later than 4.00pm on Tuesday 25 November 2014. Applications related to only the practical examination can be submitted immediately following that examination.

Envelopes should be marked Confidential - Attention Carolyn Hackett. All applications should be submitted immediately following the last examination. Late forms will not be accepted.

Declaration:

I declare that, to the best of my knowledge, all the information given on this form (and attachments) is correct.

I authorise the School Curriculum and Standards Authority to discuss this application with any person who has signed this form or attachment.

Signature of applicant: .................................................................................................... Date:........................................

Signature of parent/guardian (if applicable): .............................................................. Date: ........................................

See Mr Frusher at Scotch for Sickness/Misadventure forms and any additional information required.

Academic Task Force

Need Help at School?

Join our WACE Help Weekend Classes & Master Classes or Middle School Saturday classes.

Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 Saturday Classes: Starting 18 October.

Experienced teachers work with students to build their skills and understanding in Maths and English in a small group setting. Students can enrol at any point during the Term.

Year 11 and 12 Master Classes: Starting the week beginning 13 October.

Year 11 and 12 WACE Help Weekend Classes: Starting 18 October.

Final Exam Boost

Learn how to achieve maximum marks.

Small group sessions allow you to ask questions, get individual support and strengthen your understanding.

Venues: Churchlands SHS, Rossmoyne SHS, Perth Modern School and our Applecross Office.

Enrol Now: www.academictaskforce.com.au

Email: learn@academictaskforce.com.au

Phone: (08) 9314 9500

Mr Peter Frusher

Careers Adviser