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Exam Timetables and Study Guides will be updated as they become available.
Current timetables available: YEAR 11 PRELIMINARY COURSE EXAMS TIMETABLE 2017
Current Study Guidelines
2017 Exam Schedule
Year 11 Preliminary Exams- 15th May – 24th May 2017
Year 7-10 Exams- There will be no Semester One formal exam period for Years 7-10, reports will be based on Semester One assessments.
Trial HSC Exams– T3, W3 Monday 31st July – Monday 14th August 2017, Tuesday 15th August for Music students. (Normal classes on Tuesday for non-music students)
Year 11 Preliminary Exams– T3, Wk 9 Monday 11th September – Tuesday 19th September 2017
HSC Exams– T4, Wk 2 Monday 16th October – Friday 10th November 2017 HSC TIMETABLE
Year 11 2017 (Year 12 2018) Assessment Week– T4, Wk8 Wednesday 29th November – Friday 8th December 2017
Years 7-10 Exams– T4, Wk8 Wednesday 29th November – Tuesday 5th December 2017. Catch-up exams will take place on Wednesday 6th, Thursday 7th & friday 8th December 2017
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BOYS UNIFORM View Joprim Website- Price List and Operating Hours
BOYS’ SUMMER UNIFORM (TERMS 1 AND 4) Midford shorts style 155M colour 63 grey to be worn on the waist with a plain black leather belt, white Midford style shirt with college crest and button up collar. Grey school socks with aqua, black and white bands. Shirt is to be tucked in at all times.
BOYS’ WINTER UNIFORM (TERMS 2 AND 3) Midford shorts or trousers style 155M colour 63 grey to be worn on the waist with a plain black leather belt, white Midford style shirt with College crest and button up collar, College tie, black woolen jumper with College crest. Shirt is to be tucked in at all times. Socks the same as summer.
BOYS’ SPORT UNIFORM Black sport shorts (with SAPPS logo), College sport shirt and College sport socks with SAPPS logo, College track suit (optional).
- Note: Students are only permitted to wear sports uniform to and from school on their sports day. For PDHPE practical lessons students must travel to and from the College in their formal uniform and get changed into sports uniform after PC or the nearest break to their lesson.
GIRLS UNIFORM View Joprim Website- Price List and Operating Hours
SENIOR GIRLS’ UNIFORM A box-pleated skirt in colours of black, grey and gold checks, worn to the knee. Over blouse with embroidered St Joseph’s crest available from Joprim. Plain white socks or black pantyhose 70+ denier. No sockettes or ribbed sports socks to be worn. A tie to be worn in terms 2 and 3.
SENIOR MAKEUP No nail polish, acrylic or French-tip nails and minimal makeup.
SENIOR BLAZER A College blazer is optional for seniors, It needs to be ordered from Joprim in advance.
JUNIOR GIRLS’ UNIFORM Double pleated skirt worn on the knee, school blouse with College crest, College tie, black woolen jumper with College crest. White socks or black pantyhose 70+ denier. No sockettes to be worn. Black scarves can only be worn with jumper in winter. In terms 1 and 4 it is not compulsory for girls to wear a tie.
JUNIOR MAKEUP Makeup, nail polish, acrylic or French-tip nails are not permitted.
GIRLS’ SPORT UNIFORM Black sport shorts (with SAPPS logo), College sport shirt and College sport socks with SAPPS logo, College track suit (optional).
SPORT SHOES Lace up sport shoes suitable for running, team sports and other athletic activity. Skate shoes, gym boots, volleys, “canvas shoes” and other casual footwear are not safe nor appropriate.
HATS and CAPS Students are to wear the College cap or hat in the school yard.
JEWELLERY Girls may wear a single pair of gold or silver studs or sleepers on the lower lobe. Small studs no larger than a match head. No rings, bracelets or neck chains. No other form of body piercing is permitted. Plastic substitutes are not permitted. Boys are not permitted to wear jewellery other than a watch. Incorrect jewellery will be confiscated and returned at teh end of the term.
HAIR Long hair must be worn tied up and back. Hair should be neat and clean and of a natural colour. Extremes in hairstyles are not permitted. Shaved hair should be no less than a number ‘3’, patterns are not permitted. No dreadlocks allowed. Ribbons and single coloured, narrow headbands are the only hair accessories permitted and must be in College colours only black, gold, blue or white. Boys must be clean shaven at all times.
UNDER GARMENTS All under garments worn under College shirts must be plain white or flesh in colour.
TATTOOS Tattoos are strongly discouraged and should not be visible while wearing the College uniform or representing the College.
- Note: All uniform requirements can be purchased at the Parish Schools’ Uniform Shop, JOPRIM, located at 10 Boronia Street, Port Macquarie (between St Agnes’ Primary School & OOSH- up the driveway). Joprim is open Tuesday to Friday from 12.00pm to 5.00pm and on Saturday from 9.00am to 12.00pm. Telephone 6584 1076 or Fax: 6583 2820.
Parent & Teacher evenings provide the opportunity for parents/guardians to meet with their child’s Leader of Pastoral Care, Pastoral Care Teacher and subject teachers.
Schedule of Parent & Teacher Interviews
Semester 2, Monday 21st August 2017 4.00pm – 7.30pm Parent-Teacher Interviews for Years 7, 8, 9 & 11
Please ensure you have a copy of your child’s timetable before booking you start booking interviews.
Click the following link to book parent/teacher interviews www.schoolinterviews.com.au
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2017 Requisites for Year 11 – Lever arch folder with loose leaf paper. Any other items required wil be advised by subject teachers when students return on Tuesday 31st January 2017.
The College canteen is always looking for extra help. If you would like to help on any day during the week between 9.30am-1.30pm (or even just a couple of hours in the middle of the day) please phone Mrs Jo Farthing at the College Canteen on 5525 4100.
Lunch orders- can be ordered at the canteen. Please note payment note payment is required when ordering
Please click here or the image to view the SJRC Canteen Menu
Other items that are available from the College canteen include:
- Aprons (blue & white) $8.00
- White chef caps $4.00
- Safety Glasses $9.00
- Ear plugs $9.00
- College hats – floppy $16.50
- College caps- $16.50
- College ties- $20.00
- SJRC Sports socks- $8.00
- SJRC Footy socks- $5.00
- SJRC Footy set (shorts &socks)- $26.00
- Sketch books small- $2.00
- Math Calculator- $20.00 available from the office
St Joseph’s Regional College term dates
|2017 Term Start Date||2017 Term End Date|
|Term 1||Staff return 27th January 2017
31st January 2017 Year 7 & 11
1st February 2017 Year 8 9 10 & 12
|Students last day 6th April 2017
Staff Spirituality Day 7th April 2017
|Term 2||Staff return 24th April 2017
Students return 26th April 2017
|30th June 2017|
|Term 3||Staff return 17th July 2017
Students return 18th July 2017
|22nd September 2017|
|Term 4||Students & Staff return 9th October 2017||Students last day 15th December 2017
Staff last day 19th December 2017
|PASTORAL CARE||8.45am – 9.10am|
|Period 1||9.10am – 10.00am|
|Period 2||10.00am – 10.50am|
|Recess||10.50am – 11.10am|
|Period 3||11.10am – 12.00pm|
|Period 4||12.00pm – 12.50pm|
|Lunch Lunch 1 Lunch 2||12.50pm – 1.35pm12.50pm -1.10pm1.10pm – 1.35pm (Change Over)|
|Period 5||1.35pm – 2.25pm|
|Period 6||2.25pm – 3.15pm|
|PASTORAL CARE||8.45am – 9.10am|
|Period 1||9.10am – 9.53am|
|Period 2||9.53am – 10.36am|
|Recess||10.36am – 10.56am|
|Period 3||10.56am – 11.39am|
|Period 4||11.39am – 12.22pm|
|Period 5||12.22pm – 1.05pm|
|Lunch Lunch 1 Lunch 2||1.05pm – 1.49pm1.05pm – 1.25pm1.25pm-1.49pm (Change Over)|
|Period 6||1.49pm – 2.32pm|
|Period 7||2.32pm – 3.15pm|
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Learning Potential app- For further information follow this link http://www.learningpotential.gov.au/
YOUR SUPPORT OF PARENT ASSEMBLY ASSISTS US TO CONTINUE OUR SUPPORT OF PARENTS
The Parent Assembly is an initiative of the Lismore Diocese that assists us all in becoming the best parents we can be and the first and foremost educators of our children. Our mission is to encourage all parents to be active partners of our school and parish community.
The Parent Assembly offers support for parents in meeting the challenges of raising children. Through your valued input and feedback, we try to identify and address some of the needs of parents in our parish schools. Parent Assembly events are developed and provided in response to these needs. Please support these events so we can continue to reach out and support our school parents in the areas of Faith Enrichment, Networking and Support, Parenting Education and Advocacy.
We would really appreciate your feedback on topics that may be of interest to parents or any other ideas that may help to continue to build our sense of community and partnership within our school.
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Click the links below to view Parent Assembly publications.
- Parent Assembly resources
- Proclaim Lismore Parents 2014- Questions for discussion for Parish School Communities
- Cyber Safety Booklet
- 2015 Family Retreat Flyer
- Bullying, No Way- Fast Facts
- CLOSE at 10.00am on Monday 21st August.