(08) 9722 2480

Parent Info

Enrolments – Criteria

Students enrolling in an Education Support Centre/Schools need to complete an Application to Enrol in an Education Support Centre Form. These forms are available at your local school. This form needs to be completed in conjunction with yourself and your current school who will forward it on to the District Senior Lead Psychologist for approval. Once this approval has been received the school can give you an enrolment package. Enrolments can be made at the front office. You will be required to provide your child’s birth certificate and immunisation record. An enrolment form and internet/photo permission form will need to be completed.


Online Payments

The Department of Education allows school Principals and school boards to establish funds for sporting equipment, incidental materials, educational tours and more. All schools ask for some form of contribution from parents. These additional expenses are very important to your child’s learning and offer additional skills and experiences that help their education. For this reason we ask that you support your school by paying your School Voluntary Contribution and Charges. You can do this at the front office during opening hours. We request that you supply the correct money, cheque or you can direct debit into the school’s bank account.

Education Allowance
To be eligible, parents/guardians must hold one of the following cards:

  • Centrelink Family Health Care Card
  • Centrelink Pensioner Concession Card
  • Veterans’ Affairs Pensioner Concession Card

Parent/guardian must be the holder of a valid card. The allowance is paid up to and including the year the students turns 18 years of age.

You will receive application forms at the beginning of Term 1 which are to be completed and returned to the school by the due date of which you will be advised. For more information, please contact our Manager of Corporate Services.

Fees and Charges 2023

Charges Years 7, 8 & 9   Click here

Charges Year 10   Click Here

Charges Years 11, 12  Click Here

Charges Returning Year 12's Click Here



Term Dates - 2023 

School Development Days 2023: (students do not attend)
Term 1 2023: Monday 30th January & Tuesday 31st January
Term 2 2023: Monday 24th April
Term 3 2023: Monday 17th July & Friday 22nd September
Term 4 2023: Friday 15th December
School Term Dates 2023: (students attend)
Term 1 2023: Wednesday 1st February – Thursday 6th April
Term 2 2023: Monday 24th April – Friday 30th June
Term 3 2023: Monday 17th July – Friday 22nd September
Term 4 2023: Monday 9th October – Thursday 14th December
Term 4 2022 finishes on:

Friday 25th November for Upper School (Yr's 11, 12 & Post Comp)
Thursday 15th December for Lower School (Yr's 7, 8, 9 & 10)



School Hours

Monday to Friday 8:40am to 3:00pm
First Lunch 10.48am to 11.18 am each day
Second Lunch 1.26pm to 1.54pm each day

Students should arrive at school between 8.30 and 8.40am. Supervision is provided from 8.15am. Unfortunately we are unable to provide supervision before 8.15am.

Children who arrive at school on time are more relaxed and feel more organised, so we encourage you to assist your child in learning skills that will enable them to be punctual.

If you are going to be late picking your child up at the end of the day, please notify the school office as soon as possible on 9722 2480.



Please do not send your child to school if they are unwell.
Any student who is known to have contracted a medical condition that may be infectious, contagious or otherwise harmful to health of another person at school will need to stay home and away from other students for a period of time as advised by the Executive Director of Public Health or by registered medical practitioner.

Every day your child attends school, they will learn something new so it is very important that they come to school every day. In Australia, attendance at school is compulsory from Pre-Primary onwards.
Of course, there are many reasons why children may need to be absent from school occasionally.
If your child is absent, please contact the school on 9722 2480. If an absence is unexplained, we will contact you.
The school has an SMS notification system. If your child is absent and no notice has been given to the school we will notify you via SMS by 11am each day. Please ensure your mobile phone number is up to date.
Teachers also appreciate, if possible, some notice if your child’s absence is known beforehand so that they can make adjustments to your child’s learning program.



Where a child is required to have prescribed medication during the school day, it is mandatory that your doctor provides the document "Medication Instructions from Prescribing Doctor".

In particular circumstances permission may be obtained to have teaching staff administer medications at school.

Medications for administration should be contained in a properly labelled container and an Administration of Medication Form filled out. Please ensure the medication is delivered to the school and given directly into the care of administration.


School Board 

The elected body of parents and teachers work together to formulate educational objectives and priorities, and review how the school is going in achieving these priorities.

The school has established policies in a number of areas. These policies are created and reviewed when the need arises. Policies are presented to the School Board for discussion. Current school policies include:

Medical and first aid
Camps and excursions
Internet use
Behaviour management/bullying
Risk management
Crisis management and emergency procedures
Reporting and assessment.

Meet the Board


Chaired by our Community Representative, Stephanie Tucker and with Parent Representatives Bec Jacob, Mistty Garret and School Representatives Elyece Robertson and Claudine Deering.  The School Board plays an active role in endorsing our annual report, financial budget and supporting our community, bringing parent and carer voices to ensure school operations are assessed and improved. 
The School Board played a large part in our Public School Review in 2021. Their voice alongside our staff and community members spoke of our relationships and partnerships within and external to the school. 
In 2021 we introduced the Student Executive attending the School Board meetings. Students were able to give the board an overview of how they had represented our school that term as well as answer any questions the board may have had around being a student at NMESC. 


Smart Rider Card

Newton Moore ESC students require a student ID/Library Card. The ID card has several functions – one side of the card will be the SmartRider card which enables students to access concession travel on Transbunbury bus services, Transperth bus, rail and ferry services, and TRANSWA country road and rail services. The reverse side of the card will allow students to borrow school text books and resources from the library, and reset their computer passwords. It must also be used when purchasing tickets for school socials, and for ID when entering school socials. Cinemas will also accept it as proof of student status.




The Senior High School hold fortnightly assemblies. They are held in the Gym and our students attend with their form groups.


Assemblies are held regularly each term. Information will be sent to you via SMS to ensure that parents and the community are able to attend.


Canteen Information

The Senior High School P&C School Canteen prepares lunches and refreshments for students and staff. The canteen opens before school and at recess and lunch. The canteen provides tasty and nutritious meals and is a major source of fundraising for the school. The canteen is run as a service to the school community. It is open all week. If you would like to volunteer, please phone the canteen manager on 9795 8620. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.


Uniform Information – Shop And CWC Uniforms

The community of Newton Moore Education Support Centre has chosen to have a designated school uniform for the following reasons.

  • enhances a sense of belonging, equality and community spirit
  • separates school from leisure time, focusing students’ efforts on learning
  • prepares students for the expectations of post school employment
  • assists the school identify unwelcome strangers
  • promotes a positive image of the school by ensuring a minimum standard of presentation of all students.

Uniform Shop

Newton Moore Education Support Centre uniforms are avalible from 

UNIFORM CONCEPTS 4/118 Spencer Street, Bunbury. Phone: 9270 4664

2023 Trading Hours

  • Mon, Weds & Fri : 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Saturday : 9:00am - 12:00pm
  • Tues, Thurs & Sun : CLOSED


Year 7 – 9

  • School shirt (blue) or light blue polo shirt
  • No singlets, black shirts or grey shirts
  • If a student is wearing a shirt under their polo shirt it can be white or light blue

Year 10 – 12

  • School shirt (white) or white polo shirt
  • No singlets, black shirts or white shirts
  • If the student is wearing a shirt under their polo shirt it can be white

NMESC Jumper

  • School jumper (or rugby top)
  • School jacket (including leavers’ and country week jackets)
  • School track top
  • Light blue or white jumper
  • No black or grey jumpers
  • No logos or hooded garments


  • Black pants, shorts or skirts
  • School track pants or shorts
  • Shorts and skirts must be ¾ length
  • No denim

NMESC Physical Education

  • Students may have a change of clothes (shorts/track pants and plain top) for Physical Education. A Physical Education t-shirt is available from the uniform shop and is only to be worn for Physical Education.

Enclosed footwear is required for health and safety reasons - therefore thongs and sandals are not permitted.
Students may wear a watch and simple sleepers or studs in pierced ears. Excessive jewellery is inappropriate and may be dangerous.

Please be aware that some school activities will require specific uniforms and footwear. You will be notified of these prior to your child starting these program.

Thank you for supporting this uniform policy.
Denim clothing is not allowed at school as per the Department of Education policy for further information please visit: