Contact Applecross SHS

Contact Applecross SHS

Address

Links Road
ARDROSS 6153
Western Australia

Phone

(P)+61 8 9314 9393

 

Important News

Important News

Year 10 Long Tan Award

Sophia Ammali  was presented with the 2017 Applecross Senior High School Year 10 Long Tan Youth Leadership and Teamwork Award at a recent assembly.  Mr Lilleyman, Deputy Principal, nominated Sophia for this prestigious award.  She received a certificate and will also receive $250.

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Novelists in the Making

As part of the Academic English Extension course for Year 10, each student in either Mrs Moss or Mrs Darling’s class was required to complete an extended piece of writing in the form of a Novella, or a “baby” novel.  From Fantasy to Peanut allergies, Coming of Age stories, Road Journeys, Environm

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Behaviour Management Policy and Procedures

Rationale

Applecross Senior High School has developed this Behaviour Management Policy to ensure that a safe, supportive and caring learning environment is created for all students, while fostering self-discipline, self-motivation and self-respect.

The Policy complies with the values and regulations within

  • The School Education Act 1999
  • The National Safe Schools Framework
  • The Outcomes and Standards Framework

This policy will be reviewed annually.

The Procedures to implement the policy meet the requirements in the School Education Act 1999 for

  • Access - the right to education for every student
  • Choice - freedom to choose education providers
  • Partnerships - parents, students and staff work together
  • Equity – adjusting assessments and procedures to meet individual students’ circumstances

Decisions, consequences and sanctions derived from the policy and procedures, comply with the principles of

  • Procedural fairness
  • Rule against bias - impartiality, objectivity and absence of prejudgement
  • Rule of opportunity to be heard - reasonable notice and opportunity is given to present participants’ points of view
  • Rule of evidence - records, both verbal and written, are completed and retained