Sickness and Misadventure Form
(for school based exams and assessments)
Courses: Years 10, 11 and 12
Students in Year 10 are enrolled in courses across eight learning areas from the Western Australian Curriculum Framework, while students in Years 11 and 12 enrol in courses that contribute to their Western Australian Certificate of Education. A range of different pathways are offered in the school. Details of the courses and pathways offered can be found in the Curriculum Handbooks below.
Information about school programs and operation can be found in the School Handbook.
2019 Curriculum Handbooks
2018 Curriculum Handbooks
- 2018 Year 10 Curriculum Handbook (2)
- 2018 Year 11 Curriculum Handbook (Last update 20 June)
- 2018 Year 12 Curriculum Handbook
Note: Information in the Curriculum Handbooks are subject to changes.
School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) Booklets
- Link: School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA)
- Year 12 SCSA Information Handbook: http://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/news-items/year-12-information-handbook
- Year 10 Information Handbook: https://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/Year-10-Information-Handbook-2018.pdf
- Senior Secondary Schooling Powerpoint Presentation: https://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/publications/year-10-information
2018 Period ‘0’ Exams
Please confirm exam dates with the classroom teacher.
Booklists and Contributions and Charges
Contributions and Charges
Parents are requested to pay school contributions and charges before students commence classes.
School contributions and charges apply to all students from Years 8 to 12. These contributions and charges cover basic supplies required in subjects for student use. Throughout the year, students will be provided with materials as part of classroom lessons.
When students select courses where considerable expenditure will be incurred, additional charges will apply for the running of these programs. This may cover items such as travel, venue hire, consumables and models retained by the student. A student may be required to reselect a less expensive option if a parent does not pay the charges for high cost optimal subjects.
Payment can be made by mail, phone or in person at the school. For more detailed information, please see the Parent Information Sheets distributed with the Book lists and Contributions and Charges sheets.
See right for Booklists (known as Resource lists).
The school has EFTPOS facilities at the Cashier for payment of contributions and charges.
This Government scheme aims to assist needy families who are unable to fully meet the cost of their children’s contributions and charges. The application form for this grant will be available at the school from 24 January 2016. Payment of contributions and charges in installments can be arranged with the Cashier.
- Contributions and Charges are refunded on a pro-rata basis
- Voluntary Contributions to the Chaplain and P&C are not refundable
- When a Year 12 student withdraws from a subject, there is no refund
- The cost of the homework diary, school information handbook and course selection handbooks are not refunded because students have been issued with these items
Books cannot be purchased at Rossmoyne Senior High School but can be obtained from either Office Choice or other school book suppliers. Some second hand books may be found through the Sustainable School Shop Pty Ltd website on www.sustainableschoolshop.com.au or or Email: email@example.com.