Kingsgrove North High School

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Student welfare program

The staff recognises and celebrates student achievement in all areas of the school and community life and provides welfare structures which meet academic, social, cultural, physical and emotional needs of the students. We nurture our students to be responsible and self-directed in a happy and safe environment that is conducive to learning.

Student participation is encouraged in a variety of welfare programs to assist in creating an emotional intelligence and reliance to enable our students to cope with the demands and pressures of living in a modern and ever changing world.

Structure of the welfare program

Targeted programs

Australian business and community network program

  • Australian Business and Community Network (ABCN) goals year
  • ABCN focus 1 and 2 in Year 11
  • The future influence the entrepreneur leader
  • Interview to impress
  • Full steam ahead 
  • Wise Up Year 10 girls and boys
  • Multicultural mentoring experience


  • Student leadership council
  • Prefect leadership
  • Peer support leadership program
  • PACfest
  • Sydney Pacifica
  • Max Potential
  • Mind Marathon Years 7 and 8

Whole school programs

  • Dental clinic – a free yearly check up service for all students
  • Eye care – this is also a free check up for all students conducted every year
  • Year 7 vaccinations – a free yearly program provided by the NSW Department of Health to ensure all Year 7 students have their vaccinations up to date
  • Study skills workshop – workshops provided to our senior students that assist and help in their preparation for the HSC
  • Life Ready – a mandatory senior course that covers a number of important health and social issues for all Year 11 students
  • Train safety – officers from the transit authority present workshops and information to students
  • Anti-bullying programs – these are conducted in the personal development, health and physical education (PDHPE) syllabus for junior students as well as whole year workshops
  • Motivational speakers – these are held every fortnight for Year 9 with a variety of high profile speakers from different community groups
  • Homework centre – a free service to all students in the school held every Thursday afternoon with teachers from all faculty areas in attendance to support students
  • Year 7  and 11 camps – held annually to support and assist students in their transition to Year 7 and provide social, communication and study skills for Year 11
  • White ribbon – Kingsgrove North High School is a white ribbon school and actively promotes the anti-violence against women message at all times