AHS is part of a new to 2020, Ballina Cluster of only 5 schools (Alstonville,Ballina Coast,Mullumbimby, Murwillumbah and Wollumbin High Schools) in our far north coast region that self nominated for a government funded program known as EPPP-Educational Pathways Pilot Program. 2021 marks the second year of EPPP. This gives us access to a range of programs,resources and support that other schools do not have access to. These include an SBAT School Based Apprenticeship and Traineeship Mentor Toni Bellos, a HT Careers across all 5 schools- Deb Page -Thomas and CONNECT Mentor support programs-Anna Toole. Other activities include YES Plus TAFE Tasters, EDGE Employer Grooming and employer expectations webinar or workshops, TAFE Wrap around services for under 17 year olds who leave school early for TAFE and in late 2020....Nov/Dec Get Trade Fit workshop at AHS with Novaskill combined with work experience...Contact Karen Horne Careers Adviser for further information.
COMMUNICATION at Alstonville High in 2021
Due to the elimination of the Fortnighly Parent Newsletter to keep news current and fluid.....Do not forget to regularly check the following school sites for current and future important information!!! Student and Parent Sentral Portals, AHS School website, AHS and AHS Careers Facebook pages and messages sent to DET school emails for students and Parent/Carer emails that you have given the school for contact purposes.Keep details up to date!
Year 12 Careers Chats 2021
Year 12 Careers Chats will take place during 2021 and I will distribute/ collect Year 12 Careers Chat sheets from students to assist this process.If Parents/Carers or students have any questions, please phone or email me for any assistance 66285222 or email@example.com
Year 9/10 timetabled classes for Careers and post school options 2021
NEW Program 2021....The Careers Adviser will be working with the Year 9 and 10 Year Advisers to support students in preparing and planning for future pathways. All Yr 9 and 10 classes will have a special timetabled lesson once per 2 week cycle. On some occasions the Careers Adviser will team teach with Year Advisers to upskill staff on important Careers information and other times Year Advisers will deliver lessons prepared by the Careers Adviser.This arrangement also means Year Advisers get to see all students on a regular basis to better support students in their group. This initiative replaces the previous access of students for Careers content, during religion classes.