Leader of Wellbeing

Perfect Attendance Year 11 Semester 2 reports

Students who attend school regularly have been shown to achieve at higher levels than students who do not have regular attendance. The following Year 11 students have achieved perfect attendance for their Semester 2 reports and are to be congratulated on this wonderful achievement.



Year 11:

Sienna De Mari

Loreena Jeff

Lara Squillaci

Ava Stathatos

Jasmine Vasilevski


Attendance: Compass Checklist Reminder for Parents


As Term 4 is coming to an end, and in order to assist the College maintain accurate student attendance records, parents/caregivers are requested to log into Compass regularly and attend to the following matters:

  • Check for any unexplained absences for your daughter/s.
  • If necessary, add an Attendance note for each absence.
  • Should your daughter be late to school due to attending an appointment, parents/caregivers are requested to add an Attendance Note.
  • If your daughter is absent for the whole day, an Attendance Note – stating the reason, needs to be entered by a parent/caregiver. If this is done at the beginning of the school day parents/caregivers will not receive an SMS.
  • If a parent/caregiver receives an SMS regarding an absence, please add an Attendance Note on Compass.
  • Parents/caregivers should be aware that any unexplained absences will appear on your daughter’s school reports


Internet Safe Education- Brett Lee 


 Brett Lee presented to our Year 10 students on Thursday 1 December on the importance of internet safe education. Brett also presented to parents and carers from both Bethany College and Kogarah Marist College in the evening. His message was to show parents that it is not about devices or programs, it is about applying their physical world mindsets and skills to their children’s online world. The  parents and carers were given strategies to help take control of technology, set rules and boundaries in their home and work hand in hand with teachers and educators.

I thank the parents and carers who were able to attend the  presentation and hope that it was a worthwhile and valuable presentation.

The 5 key messages and actions for technology that Brett recommends are as follows:

  1. Communicate with your kids
  2. Set clear rules and boundaries
  3. Stay up to date with apps and programs
  4. Consider and use parental controls
  5. Be the one who makes the final decisions



Mary Matthews

Leader of Wellbeing