Last days to secure tickets for The Heights school performance, ‘The Dream’. Tickets available from the school Finance Office until Thursday 15th August. Performances start this Friday, 16th August – Sunday 18th August.
We are delighted to inform you that The Heights School will be participating in the world-renowned ICAS Assessments again this year. ICAS is developed by UNSW Global, a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of New South Wales, with over 35 years’ experience in educational assessments.
ICAS is designed to target students’ higher-order thinking and problem-solving skills in English, Mathematics, Science, Writing, Spelling and Digital Technologies.
Each assessment celebrates students’ accomplishments by providing opportunities for recognition. Every student will receive a certificate and an online result report. Top performers will be eligible for medals and are invited to attend special award ceremonies to have their academic excellence publicly recognised.
We encourage you to consider entering your child into ICAS this year. The assessments are suitable for students wishing to extend themselves academically and take up the personal challenge of competing in an international assessment. Your child will be presented with high-quality, expert-developed questions, allowing them to apply their learning without the need for prior study or revision.
How To Apply
Further details, the process to apply and the Permission Form were sent in an email to all families late Term 2. Hard copies of this letter and form are available from Student Services. For students wishing to apply, please complete the Permission Form and return it to Student Services.
Payment is not accepted through BPoint or the Finance Office at the school. Please follow the steps below to complete purchase and payment for ICAS tests:
- Visit the ICAS Parent Payment System by clicking on the following link:
- Enter your child’s student ID number (this can be accessed through Daymap)
Online payment will close on Wednesday 31 July, 2019.
Please ensure to note your online receipt number on the permission form attached.
To celebrate NAIDOC, our Year 7-12 students were lucky enough to be entertained at yesterday’s Reconciliation Assembly by award-winning musical artist Nathan May. Such a treat! Our students displayed wonderful audience skills during the performance.
The Heights School Players Presents…
A Bollywood adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”Tickets available to purchase now by going to: https://www.theheights.sa.edu.au/index.php/tickets/
What a great day at the VISTA Badminton carnival. We entered 6 teams!
All 24 students displayed exceptional sportsmanship and resilience.
Today marks the beginning of National Reconciliation Week. At The Heights School, we pay respect to past, present and future Traditional Custodians of the land in which we live. We are committed to achieving meaningful reconciliation and together will work towards a positive shared future where the rights, interests and well being of all Australians are fostered and respected in our community.
Please be sure to read our latest newsletter highlighting upcoming events at our school being held in recognition of Reconciliation Week & NAIDOC.
The newsletter is available from the following location: https://www.theheights.sa.edu.au/index.php/news-and-events/newsletter/