Principal Message Westport Campus

It never ceases to amaze me, the dynamic learning community we have at Hastings Secondary College Westport Campus. Through a shared vision with parents, teachers and our broader community we can achieve the best outcomes for every student.

This Friday 7 June at 9.30 am the campus will have their formal Reconciliation Assembly with guest speakers from our community, a short film and an introduction into indigenous art, the symbols and their meaning.

At the heart of reconciliation is the relationship between the broader Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. To foster positive race relations, our relationship must be grounded in a foundation of truth.

If you’ve found yourself asking these questions; What’s my favourite subject? Which subjects am I good at? What subjects should I do to enter the degree I want? How do I enter into a trade, what apprenticeships or traineeships are available, in your quest to pick your HSC units, you’re not alone. The Year 10 into 11 Subject Selection Evening is where you can find out how subject selection affects your university admission, ATAR, HSC and post employment opportunities.

I encourage all parents of current Year 10 students to attend the Year 10 into 11 Subject Selection Evening held on 4 June at Port Panthers. Find out more about the Year 10 into 11 Subject Selection Evening and download the Subject Selection Booklet.

Thank you to our parents and carers who attended the parent lounge meeting and those who were unable to attend who provided feedback. Our continued partnership will ensure that our students continue to learn, progress and reach their potential holistically. We look forward to meeting with you all again at our next parent lounge meeting. The themes and discussion raised with parents and carers can be accessed at the following link. Parent Lounge Minutes.

 

Ian Ross Signature

Ian Ross

Principal Hastings Secondary College Westport Campus