Como Secondary College

Upcoming Events

Feb
6
Mon
ENROLMENT APPLICATION CLOSING DATES
Feb 6 – Jul 21 all-day

2018 Specialist Programs (First Round) 19th May 2017

2018 General Enrolments 21 July 2017 (first Friday of Term 3 year prior to proposed enrolment)

May
3
Wed
Teen Triple P Seminars @ Como Secondary College - Staff Room
May 3 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

FREE SEMINAR – Teen Triple P Seminars

There are three seminars in the Teen Triple P Seminar series. You can choose to do one, two or all three of them. They deal with the most common parenting issues we all face, such as how to encourage responsible behaviour, improve family relationships, deal with independence or manage problems at school or with friends.

This course will benefit parents or caregivers who have teenagers up to the age of 16 years and who are interested in general information about promoting their teenager’s development. The series of seminars can assist parents with specific concerns about their teen’s behaviour. Parents are likely to benefit if their family is not complicated by significant behaviour problems or family stress. This intervention can also be useful as an introduction to Triple P for families who will access a more intensive intervention.

Where: Como Secondary College – Staff Room

Time: 6.30-8pm Sharp, light refreshment on arrival.

When/What:

  1. Wednesday 3rd May Raising Responsible Teenagers – Focus on family
  2. Wednesday 10th May Raising Competent Teenagers –Focus on school
  3. Wednesday 17th May Getting Teenagers Connected – Focus on the wider community

Please phone or email Hope Chaplyn on 9365 2040/ hope.chaplyn@education.wa.edu.au to register your interest.

All attendees will get a tip sheet to take home

ADULTS ONLY, NO CHILDREN PLEASE

May
10
Wed
Teen Triple P Seminars @ Como Secondary College - Staff Room
May 10 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

FREE SEMINAR – Teen Triple P Seminars

There are three seminars in the Teen Triple P Seminar series. You can choose to do one, two or all three of them. They deal with the most common parenting issues we all face, such as how to encourage responsible behaviour, improve family relationships, deal with independence or manage problems at school or with friends.

This course will benefit parents or caregivers who have teenagers up to the age of 16 years and who are interested in general information about promoting their teenager’s development. The series of seminars can assist parents with specific concerns about their teen’s behaviour. Parents are likely to benefit if their family is not complicated by significant behaviour problems or family stress. This intervention can also be useful as an introduction to Triple P for families who will access a more intensive intervention.

Where: Como Secondary College – Staff Room

Time: 6.30-8pm Sharp, light refreshment on arrival.

When/What:

  1. Wednesday 3rd May Raising Responsible Teenagers – Focus on family
  2. Wednesday 10th May Raising Competent Teenagers –Focus on school
  3. Wednesday 17th May Getting Teenagers Connected – Focus on the wider community

Please phone or email Hope Chaplyn on 9365 2040/ hope.chaplyn@education.wa.edu.au to register your interest.

All attendees will get a tip sheet to take home

ADULTS ONLY, NO CHILDREN PLEASE

May
17
Wed
Teen Triple P Seminars @ Como Secondary College - Staff Room
May 17 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

FREE SEMINAR – Teen Triple P Seminars

There are three seminars in the Teen Triple P Seminar series. You can choose to do one, two or all three of them. They deal with the most common parenting issues we all face, such as how to encourage responsible behaviour, improve family relationships, deal with independence or manage problems at school or with friends.

This course will benefit parents or caregivers who have teenagers up to the age of 16 years and who are interested in general information about promoting their teenager’s development. The series of seminars can assist parents with specific concerns about their teen’s behaviour. Parents are likely to benefit if their family is not complicated by significant behaviour problems or family stress. This intervention can also be useful as an introduction to Triple P for families who will access a more intensive intervention.

Where: Como Secondary College – Staff Room

Time: 6.30-8pm Sharp, light refreshment on arrival.

When/What:

  1. Wednesday 3rd May Raising Responsible Teenagers – Focus on family
  2. Wednesday 10th May Raising Competent Teenagers –Focus on school
  3. Wednesday 17th May Getting Teenagers Connected – Focus on the wider community

Please phone or email Hope Chaplyn on 9365 2040/ hope.chaplyn@education.wa.edu.au to register your interest.

All attendees will get a tip sheet to take home

ADULTS ONLY, NO CHILDREN PLEASE

May
18
Thu
Newsletter
May 18 all-day

Welcome

Como Secondary College enjoys quiet, secure and pleasant environs, conveniently located 6km from Perth CBD and adjacent to Western Australia’s largest university, Curtin University of Technology. Our students undertake courses of study in Years 7 to 12 with most of our students coming from the local community. Other students join us from around WA to study one of our four specialist programs (EMITS, Golf, Hockey, and Music). In addition, we have a growing number of overseas students. Our outstanding track record of providing excellent, affordable education continues to produce excellent results. Como Secondary College has consistently been in the list of Top 50 WACE schools in previous years and won Top Public School Awards in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010. We welcome enrolment enquiries and tours of the College can be booked here.

Digby Mercer
Principal