Doesn’t the time fly! Soon, your child will be completing a significant milestone – graduating from Primary School. We are excited to invite you to our Welcome to High School Evening to welcome your family into our community.
Beginning secondary school is a big step for children and at Endeavour, we aim to make this transition as smooth and informative as possible.
Your first Transition event is the Welcome to High School Evening to be held Thursday 19 October 2023 at 6:30pm-8:00pm. This evening is an important night for both parents and students, where specific information is presented about our culture, learning framework, practical things like uniforms and laptops, and key events in Year 7. Each family will receive additional information on arrival.
The Endeavour College community looks forward to beginning a partnership with your family and prays that this association will be a blessing as we work together to make your child’s transition to high school successful. And finally, because they will probably ask, your child does not need to wear their school uniform to this event.
The following forms are required to be completed by Thursday 28 September.
CHILD AND FAMILY INFORMATION FORM
YEAR 7 CAMP CONSENT FORM
Year 7 Camp is held from Wednesday February 14 to Friday February 16, 2024
YEAR 7 SUBJECT PREFERENCES
All students study the following subjects in Year 7: Christian Living English Geography Health History Mathematics Peer Support Physical Education Science Arts Strand (Visual Art/Drama/Music) Technology Strand (Design and Technology/Digital Technologies/Food Technology)
GENERAL CONSENT FORM
It is important to understand that the consents given by parents/caregivers on this form will continue for the duration of the student’s schooling at the College unless the College is directly advised otherwise by the parent/caregiver.
MEDICAL INFORMATION FORM
Endeavour College has a duty of care to all students while in the care of the College, and will take such steps as deemed necessary in the event of an incident, or emergency situation to meet our duty of care. This includes the administration of first aid, and/or seeking emergency medical assistance for students. In the event of a medical emergency, the safety and care of our students will always be the first priority, and the College will act to ensure that your child is provided with appropriate first aid and/or emergency medical assistance as required. While every effort will be made to contact a parent/caregiver or emergency contacts, where they cannot be reached, or where deemed necessary, an ambulance may be called before contact is made. In the event of an emergency, parents/caregivers will be liable for any costs incurred for ambulance or other medical expenses for their child where it is not covered by Medicare or the College’s insurance policy.
DATA COLLECTION (MCEEDCDYA) FORM
This MCEEDCDY information is required for assessment and reporting purposes.
Come and Try Music Afternoon
Wednesday 01 November 2023. 4:30PM - 6:30PM. This will be held in our Year 7 space. This is an opportunity to hear about our fabulous music program and instrumental tuition including an opportunity for students to 'try' the instruments available.
Richard Baird Louisa Mulligan
Principal Director Middle Years