Start of Year Information
This page contains all information regarding the start of the 2020 school year. Senior Campus and 10EX students return on Tuesday 28 January. Year 8 students also start on Tuesday 28 January, with Year 9 and 10 students returning on Wednesday 29 January.
Students are advised to bring something to write on and to write with. An SMS message will be sent to families advising when timetables are available to be viewed in Daymap and Parent Portal.
Stationery & Booklists
Norwood Morialta High School is pleased to announce that KW Wholesalers is the supplier of the Stationery/booklist requirements for the 2020 school year. All orders must be completed online.
how to order process will be published shortly
Information about our fees can be found by clicking this link.
Information about our school uniform can be found by clicking this link.
Photos take on this day will be used for the student ID card that students must bring with them every day to school.
Photos will be taken in 2020 by EventPhoto on the following days –
- Monday 3 February at the Middle Campus
- Tuesday 11 February at the Senior Campus
If students were absent on their photo day or require a family photo they will be able to have it done on the catch-up day on Thursday 13 February.
MC – lesson 1 including Family photos
SC – lesson 3
If you wish to purchase photos payment can be made online or with cash.
Each student has a unique ‘shoot key’ on the envelope they will bring home. Student Services on the relevant campus have the shoot key information.
The Norwood Morialta High School (NMHS) is committed to providing its students with a quality, internationally recognised education that prepares them for their future life.
A 1-to-1 laptop program means students have a range of ways to complete any set task allowing each student to be able to connect globally, learn collaboratively and use their laptop as a creative ideas device.
Students at NMHS are expected to have a laptop with them at each of their lessons.
Paperwork must be signed and returned before any installations are done to privately owned laptops.
Payment must be made and all paperwork must be signed and returned before borrowing a school loan laptop.
New students to the school enter family name for student code when making an online payment.
Students with a privately owned laptop will need to go to the ICT office, on the relevant campus, to book in a time to have the software installed.
If you have any questions, please contact the ICT Office on either campus or via email email@example.com