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Year 10 & Year 11 Parent/Teacher Night

Year 10 & Year 11 Parent /Teacher night is Wednesday 28th June at 4pm to 7pm Appointments are made through the parent portal.... Read more

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Healthy School Canteens

Introducing Healthy School Canteens

The introduction of the revised Healthy School Canteen Strategy increases the availability of healthy food and drink options in school canteens to make the healthy choice, the easy choice. It replaces the Fresh Tastes@School Strategy in NSW schools that was commonly known as the traffic light system. The revised strategy is consistent with the 2013 Australian Dietary Guidelines and classifies food and drinks as either Everyday or Occasional. Sugary drinks will continue not to be sold. NSW public schools will have until the end of 2019 to... Read more

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Our shared responsibility

Welcome back for the 2017 school year. I hope everyone had a relaxing and refreshing break. I'd like to particularly welcome students (along with their parents) and staff starting in our schools for the first time. May the year ahead be engaging and rewarding – a wonderful year of teaching and learning. We know the world is transforming profoundly and quickly, and it is our great responsibility to prepare our children and young people so that they can flourish through such change. When our children finish school and enter the evermore... Read more

Online Uniform Shop Link

Uniform shop link Please register and use the passcode erskine2013 Click here... Read more

2017 Resource Allocation Model funding

In October 2016, all NSW public schools will receive a 2017 Planned School Budget Allocation Report. The report will assist with the management of the total budget delivered to schools through the Resource Allocation Model (RAM). The Resource Allocation Model (RAM) methodology distributes funding based on the individual needs of students and schools. This gives schools greater flexibility to make local decisions. Learn more about the 2017 funding by visiting the Department's website. Watch a short animation about the important role of the RAM... Read more

Changing Opal Card Details

Some Opal cards have been issued with incorrect details. Other cards need to be updated with new addresses etc. It is important the details are accurate as they are used to verify trip details. Follow the link below to update details on existing Opal cards. https://apps.transport.nsw... Read more

A new school year

Welcome back to school for 2016. As we start the year we have high expectations of our students and staff and a commitment to deliver the excellent public education that parents, carers and the community rightly demand. This year we will work towards achieving new priorities announced by the Premier to raise the percentage of students in the top two bands in the National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). I am proud of our achievements in public education and each year our schools provide our communities with much to... Read more

Applications for student travel 2016

From 2 November 2015, a new online SSTS application process is being introduced for schools within the Opal network, coinciding with the introduction of the School Opal card. Schools outside the Opal network should continue to process the existing blue SSTS application forms and send them to the appropriate transport operators. Most parents, guardians and students won't need to apply for a school travel pass for 2016 if they have already been given a school student travel pass for the current year. These will be automatically sent to the... Read more

Opal Card

School Opal Card

Click on the link for all information School Opal Card... Read more

2016 school funding allocations

All NSW public schools are currently being advised of their 2016 Resource Allocation Model (RAM) funding. RAM distributes funding based on individual needs of students and schools, and gives schools greater flexibility to make financial decisions. The way schools use their RAM funding will vary based on local needs. Some support will be for the entire school, and some will be for particular groups of students or individual students. There is an overview document about the RAM available on the Department of Education website. If you would like... Read more

Absence SMS Message

Absence SMS Message (pdf 33 KB)... Read more

Moodle links

Moodle Site for EPHS

The school Moodle site is used for class work, assessment tasks and many other subject related matters. The Moodle site can be accessed here or by going to the Curriculum and Activities menu and then eLearning on this website. MathsOnline log in can be found here.... Read more

School Calendar 2015

Erskine Park High School Calendar 2015 can be found In News Tab.... Read more

Senior Scholarship 2015

Senior Scholarship 2015

Photo Courtesy of The Star Newspaper. Note - A student in the front row was not named. She is Tahleaa Wiseman.... Read more

Speed Hump

Pedestrian Safety on Swallow Drive

There has been some confusion regarding the road safety signs outside school. There are 2 types of road safety signs on Swallow Drive. Sign Purpose These signs indicate a speed hump and are to reduce the speed of traffic on the road. This is NOT a safe place to cross the road as drivers do not expect to see pedestrians here. These signs are on the pedestrian crossing and indicate the only safe place to cross the road.... Read more

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School Calendar

Our School Calendar The school website has a calendar on the front page. To access the complete calendar for the term and year simply click on the link that is entered in each day. This will allow access to a school-based calendar that is always up to date.... Read more

Facebook

EPHS Facebook Page Launched

We have launched an official Facebook page for Erskine Park High School. This page will be used for official school communication and allows us to quickly communicate some issues with our community. The page is here... Read more

AMOW BOS

HSC All My Own Work

All My Own Work Modules Completed During term 4 2014,Year 10 completed a mandatory course called HSC: All My Own Work. This program is designed to help Higher School Certificate students to follow the principles of good scholarship. This includes understanding ethical practices when using information for their assessment... Read more

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