When you enrol your child at Campbell High School you become part of a strong alliance in the education of your child. We will all work together on their academic, social, emotional and pastoral care needs. Over time you will get to know us - our communication will be open and honest.
Staff are always encouraged to contact you if they have concerns. You have a right to know. It also helps the student when home and school work in concert. We will tell you about the great things and we will also share any concerns we may have.
It's also important that you let us know of any concerns or issues that are worrying you, as soon as possible, so that we can address them. Please do this by contacting your child's contact teacher, classroom teacher, year coordinator or head of faculty, in the first instance. The quicker we can address your concerns the better!
Parenting adolescents can be challenging! We have included some links below to websites, articles and support groups which may help you to continue to parent in a positive and proactive way… when dealing with new challenges presented by your growing young person!
Parent Teacher Online Booking system for Parent Teacher Interviews conducted in term 1 and term 3.
To inform the school of your child's absences, please use the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information about student absences see Policies and Guidelines.
The school finance office is open Monday to Friday 8:30am to 2:30pm.
Payments can be made by direct deposit and over the phone using a credit card. Payment envelopes and Eftpos are also available from the finance office. Family transaction statements for material costs and elective courses are sent out at the beginning of each semester.
Kids Spell (Free spelling games and lists to help students)
Reading Rockets (Help for students who struggle with reading)
Guide to Grammar and Writing (Help for students to improve their grammar and writing)
Homework Spot (Homework Help)
Language Perfect (Help for students with French and Japanese)
Literacy and Numeracy Tips (Tips for at home to help your child through the middle school year 6 - 8)
School A to Z (NSW Education and Community site with practical help for parents)
Students' Use of Technology (Includes useful links to information about cyberbullying and cybersafety)
Parentlink (ACT Government parenting site)
Kids and Funerals (Information for parents regarding children/teens and funerals)
Lifeline (Crisis Support and Suicide Prevention)
Bullying. No way! (A useful anti-bullying website for parents and students)
Bully Stoppers (Anti-bullying website for parents, students and teachers)
Headspace (National Youth Mental Health Foundation)
Kids Help Line (Help line set up for children and teens to seek assistance)
Think U Know (Internet Safety Program)
Reach Out! (Online mental health service)
Raising Children Network (Australian Parenting Website)
Student Wellbeing Hub (National Safe schools framework)
Youth Beyond Blue (Youth Anxiety and Depression Help)
Wellbeing Australia (Health and Wellbeing Organisation, specialising in education)