Study Resources

All Years

Free online resources and Apps:

MrWooTube  Eddie Woo is Head Teacher Mathematics at a Cherrybrook Technology Highschool in Sydney, Australia.

KHAN Academy You can learn anything. Expert-created content and resources for every subject and level. Always free.

Duolingo Free language

For Senior Students

TSFX ( The School For Excellence)  – Get an Edge in the HSC

Free A+ essays, exams, study/exam skills lectures & more! Keep an eye out for Online Registration dates (First in, Best dressed!)

Well Being

Student Wellbeing

HEADSPACE – Chatswood

Headspace Chatswood – Free help from a youth-friendly team of health professionals for 12-25 year olds. You can see Psychologists, Drug & Alcohol Workers, Sexual Health Workers, Employment Services and more! These are all free or at very little cost to you. If they can’t find a service operating within headspace Chatswood that best suits you, they will refer you to the right service in the Sydney area.

KYDS Youth Development Service, Lindfield

KYDS help young people understand, and manage, difficult issues in their lives. They provide easily accessed, personalised counselling and mental health support services, family counselling, and early intervention well being workshops and information events.

The Parent Hub

Engage, learn and share

Together we can make the most out of this special time in our children’s lives.

Party Safe Info by NSW Police

Did you know that NSW Police Force strives to keep the community safe and secure and that they have set up a page, where you can obtain information and advice on how to party safe, tips for parents and online forms to fill out to register?  Read More

Safe Party Tips

Some suggestion by NSW Police on what to do “before” and “during” a party, to keep safe.

  • Register online
  • Prepare your house or the venue
  • Supervision
  • Drug and alcohol use

Register My Party Online Form

You can register your upcoming party with NSW Police through the online form in this section.

If you are submitting this party registration within 3 days of the party date, please report the party details to your local police station directly instead.

The Responsible and Resilient Social Media Users

As our young students use more and more of the social media applications, the line between the fun and the illegal becomes blurred for them.

What is “sexting”? What do you need to know?

The Office of Esafety Commissioner describes “sexting” as simply “…the sending of provocative or sexual photos, messages or videos. They are generally sent using a mobile phone but can also include posting this type of material online.”

What should you do? Should the police get involved? Are there any legal ramifications in the future?

All these questions and more are looked at on the esafety website. Read more

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