Lyneham 2602 ACT
Phone:(02) 6205 6399
Fax: (02) 6205 6411
21st May 2013 6:00pm
School Information Evening
22nd May 2013 6:00pm
School Information Evening - SEAL 6:00pm; LEAP 7:00pm
10th Jun 2013
5th Jul 2013
Term 2 Ends
The National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) will take place at Lyneham High School as follows:
Tuesday May 14th - Language Conventions & Writing
Wednesday May 15th - Reading
Thursday May 16th - Numeracy (two tests, one with a calculator and one without)
Friday May 17th is a catch up day in the library
Year 7 - During lessons 1 and 2
Year 9 - During lessons 3 and 4
More details will be provided to students in Home Group. Suggestions for students on how to prepare for NAPLAN are here.
If parents required further information they are encouraged to read the Information for Parents booklet found here. (Hard copies can be provided upon request to the Front Office.)
If parents/carers have any questions they should contact Ms Ashlee Wilson (Acting Executive Teacher of MAZE and Literacy & Numeracy).
Parents/carers and prospective students are invited to attend two Information Evenings about Lyneham High School on Tuesday 21st May and Wednesday 22nd May. The evening of Tuesday 21st will begin at 6pm with an address by the Principal followed by an opportunity for a tour of the school. Many classrooms will be open with examples of student work and demonstrations of various activities and programs, including one of the school bands.
Band Information Session - Tuesday 21st May 7.30pm in Lyneham High School Performing Arts Centre
SEAL Information Session - Wednesday 22nd May 6 - 7pm in the Library
LEAP Information Session - Wednesday 22nd May 7 - 8pm in the Library
For a timeline of events, including testing dates & times for entry into the Specialist Programs please click here.
For more information about enrolment procedures for prospective Year 7 students, including information and applications for the Specialist Programs, please go to the Enrolments section and select Year 7 Enrolments.
Homework Club is running this year, with the addition of a second day each week. This is an opportunity for students to remain after school on Wednesdays and Thursdays to complete their homework tasks, using the facilities of the library such as computers, books, printer, photocopier and scanner.
There will be a supervising teacher, and a light snack will be provided.
The times are:
Wednesdays (during term time): 3.05pm - 4.30pm, in the library
Thursdays (during term time): 3.05pm - 4.30pm, in the library