Endeavours to provide opportunities for all students through a flexible, adaptive and inclusive curriculum. We seek to achieve excellence in all areas of school life.
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Fri 16th Nov

Day 6
Years 9 and 10 Yearly Exams
2:30 PM 10:00 AM Community Access Surfing

Mon 19th Nov

Junior Assembly - Period 6
Day 7
Senior Assembly - Period 4
Years 7 and 8 Yearly Exams
3:00 PM 8:10 AM Yr 11 Rrisk Conference

Tue 20th Nov

Day 1
Schools Spectacular
North Coast Beach Volleyball Evans Head
Years 7 and 8 Yearly Exams

Wed 21st Nov

Links to Learning - Year 6 Transition (P4 - 6)periods 4-6
Schools Spectacular
Day 2
Years 7 and 8 Yearly Exams

Thu 22nd Nov

Schools Spectacular
Day 3
Years 7 and 8 Yearly Exams

Fri 23rd Nov

North Coast Girls Cricket Grafton
Schools Spectacular
Day 4
Years 7 and 8 Yearly Exams
2:30 PM 10:00 AM Community Access Surfing

Sat 24th Nov

Schools Spectacular

Sun 25th Nov

Schools Spectacular

Mon 26th Nov

Day 5
Senior Assembly - Period 4
Junior Assembly - Period 6

Tue 27th Nov

Day 6
Year 5 Taster Day
Being Real Girls Group - Periods 1 & 2

Wed 28th Nov

Links to Learning - Year 6 Transition (P4 - 6)periods 4-6
Day 7

Thu 29th Nov

Year 7-10 Rewards day
Day 1
Careers Capers - Period 5 & 6Venue: TLS

Fri 30th Nov

FNC AGM Lennox Head
Day 2
3:15 PM 8:45 AM Yuli Presentation DayCLC schools in attendance
2:30 PM 10:00 AM Community Access Surfing

Mon 3rd Dec

North Coast Awards Grafton
Day 3
Junior Assembly - Period 6
CAPA Production (evening)
Senior Assembly - Period 4

Tue 4th Dec

Day 4
High School Year 6 Orientation Day
CAPA Production (evening)

Wed 5th Dec

CAPA Production (evening)
Day 5

Thu 6th Dec

Seirei Christopher HS Japanese visit (all day)
CAPA Production (evening)
Day 6

Fri 7th Dec

Day 7
North Coast Blues presentation
2:30 PM 10:00 AM Community Access Surfing

Mon 10th Dec

Day 1
P&C Meeting and AGM 6:30pm
Senior Assembly - Period 4
Junior Assembly - Period 6

Tue 11th Dec

Day 2
11:45 AM 11:10 AM PBL Rewards day

Wed 12th Dec

Day 3

Thu 13th Dec

Day 4
The Truth ProjectProgram Times (exact schedule to be finalised)
9:00 - 10:30 Session 1
10:45 -12:15 Session 2
1:00 - 2:30 Session 3

Fri 14th Dec

Day 5
2:30 PM 10:00 AM Community Access Surfing
2:30 PM 12:30 PM Sports presentation at 12:30p m

Mon 17th Dec

Year 8 Presentation Assembly at 12:00 noon
Year 9 Presentation Assembly at 10:30am
Year 10 Presentation Assembly at 9:00am
Years 7-10 Academic Ceremony at 6:30pm
Year 7 Presentation Assembly at 1:45pm
Day 6

Tue 18th Dec

Day 7

Wed 19th Dec

Last day of term for students
Day 1

Thu 20th Dec

STAFF DEVELOPMENT DAY

Fri 21st Dec

STAFF DEVELOPMENT DAY

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Kingscliff High School was established as a co-educational comprehensive secondary school. The school has close ties with the adjoining Kingscliff Institute of TAFE. It draws its students from a broad range of socio-economic backgrounds. Kingscliff High School seeks to: Achieve excellence in all areas of school life; provide opportunities for all students through a flexible, adaptive and inclusive curriculum; develop knowledge and competencies appropriate for employment, leisure and lifelong learning; develop individual student self esteem, self discipline and responsibility ; and provide a safe, co-operative learning environment.

Kingscliff High School has established a reputation for outstanding achievement in all areas of school life. The school enjoys an enviable reputation in the local and wider community. The school’s motto, “Achievement through Endeavour” provides the philosophy upon which all areas of our school life are based.

The school endeavours to set the highest standards for our students. The school prospers from the positive and co-operative relationships that exist between students and staff, along with high levels of self-belief. Staff and students work harmoniously to reach high levels of achievement in most areas of school endeavour. This is an essential component in the success of our large school which has an enrolment of approximately 1200 students taught by an experienced staff of close to 100 teachers.

Students
Students
1042
Devices
Devices
432
Classrooms
Classrooms
70