College News

15 February 2018
Issue Two
Assistant Principal Upate
Important Dates
   School Council Elections                                                                          
House Swimming Carnival
Community News
Mordialloc College
(03) 9580 1184
1 Station Street
Aspendale, Victoria, 3196

Assistant Principal Upate

It has been a wonderful start to 2018! As Director of Senior School (and Acting Assistant Principal for Term 1), I have been actively involved with a wide variety of Mordialloc College life.


The Senior students have demonstrated motivation and commitment from day 1; indeed, the study centre is always a hive of activity with students working hard during their study periods. The level of focus so far this year has been impressive and we have high expectations of the class of 2018.


We started the year with a presentation from Nikki Wynd. Nikki ‘only started running about 6 years ago and found herself not only loving the sport, but very talented at it too. After working extremely hard to smash all of her goals over the last few years, ultra runners everywhere, particularly in Australia have watched her climb her way to success. However, it was her winning performance at the 2015 Badwater Ultra Marathon in the USA (aptly named the world’s toughest foot race at 217km), a non-stop run from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney, CA) where she embodied true resilience that saw runners everywhere take note, where Nikki would go down in the history books as one of Australia, and the world’s best ultra runners.’ Nikki’s message to our year 12s was to dream big, visualise their goals and make a plan to achieve them. She has asked to come back into school mid-year to find out how they are all going in their studies.


Our Student Leaders have taken part in a Leadership incursion run by an external presenter. They learnt about the different styles of leadership and the importance of collaborating with people with different ideas and skills. Most of the middle school leaders were involved in the incursion and it was great to see students from both sub-schools working closely and getting to know each other. Next week, there will be a follow up session when the students will create their Action Plans for the year, in line with our whole school goals.


We have greater student representation at SRC this year, which is an indication of the motivation demonstrated by Mordialloc College students to make positive change and improvement for themselves and their peers.


I am looking forward to the year ahead, and fully believe this will be a year when the students at Mordialloc College truly excel in every way.



Joanne Greenhalgh

Acting Assistant Principal Term 1 and Director of Senior School


Important Dates


Friday 16

  • Kingston Koorie Mob Sea Country Connection Day
  • School Council - Notice of election and call for nominations

Monday 19

  • Finance sub committee Meeting 4pm
  • Intermediate Boys and Girls cricket
  • Year 7 Parent Information Evening 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm in the Learning Centre

Tuesday 20

  • Mex Looking out  Community Placements




Thursday 22

  • Whole school House Swimming Sports
  • School Council meeting 5pm

Friday 23

  • VCE Studio Arts National Gallery of Victoria Excursion
  • VCE Geography Field study at Booran Reserve Glenhuntly
  • School Council nominations close

Monday 26

  • Whole School Leadership Induction Assembly
  • Kingston Lawn bowls day
  • MEX Looking out Community Placements

Tuesday 27

  • School Photo Day


 School Council Elections

Would You like to be Involved in Your College Community?

It's that time of year again where the College Community is looking for support from the parent community. If you are interested in becoming a member of our school council please see below for more details on how to become involved. Nominations are now being sort and nomination forms can be collected from the General Office. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact the school on 9580 1184.


House Swimming Carnival

House Swimming Sports 22 February Parent Invitation



SEAL Registrations for 2019 are now open

We are very excited to announce that applications are now open for our 2019 SEAL Program Entrance Exam. Please visit the College website to access the registration portal Registrations will close on Friday 27 April 2018.


In 2018, we will continue to use Edutest as our testing provider for their extremely comprehensive aptitude and ability based tests. Edutest also provides online practise tests for students, to help you and your child gain a better understanding of the style and format of the exams, and to make them feel more comfortable with the style of questions presented


Alice Leppin

Community News

Dobsons  School Uniform Shop Trading Hours for Term 1 2018

Monday 8:30 am - 11:30 am

Wednesday 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm 


Phone 9587 0738

Located on the corner of the main building, near the staff car park.

Edithvale Fire Brigade Fun Run


Edithvale-Apsendale Junior Football Club Registration Day


Mordialloc Sailing Club - Learn to Sail


Chelsea Football Club


Mordi Brae Season Pack Collection Date


Seaford Junior Football Club

The Seaford Junior FC are looking for girls of all ages to play in season 2018. 
No experience necessary, just come along and join in the fun. 
Contact the Prez on 0435 900 674 or via email


Community News from Chelsea Heights Community Centre

On Thursday 22 February 1pm to 3pm the Centre will be running an Infant/Child First Aid session which will provide information on infant and child raising topics in health, safety and first aid.  Young children are welcome to come along to this session with their parents.

 Lots of new classes to try this Term with Floristry in Mason Jars and Vases, a 4 week Water Colour course and Wednesday evening Mindfulness and Meditation.

If you are interested in any of the above please contact the Chelsea Heights Community Centre, Beazley Reserve, 160 Thames Promenade, Chelsea Heights, or call us on 9772 3391.



Chelsea Basketball Stadium Girls Teams 


Chelsea Basketball Stadium are interested in promoting girls in sport. If any new Primary School level girls team want to enter a team on their own, without being aligned to a club, they will receive 20% discount on their registration. The winter season will start mid April.

For more information please email


Edi-Asp Junior Football Club


Host Families needed for


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