Carwatha News

28 April 2017
Issue Five
College General Information
Principal's Report
Football Clinic at Carwatha College P-12
P-12 News
Secondary News
Primary News
Library News
Careers News
Parents & Friends News
Upcoming Events
Useful forms
Carwatha College
03 9795 5848
43-81 Browns Road
Noble Park North, Victoria, 3174
AU

College General Information

The Main Office

Office Hours:         8.15am - 4.00pm

 

Parents should always make contact with the Main office when visiting the college. 

Office Staff:

Buisness Manager:      Wendy Parkinson

Accounts:                        Rosanne Bivens

Front Office:                   Pauline Horbaczow

                                            Ruth Arnold

                                            Glenice Despard

                                            Megha Malhotra

First Aid:                          Donna Azzopardi

 

 

Open Day 2017

Carwatha College P-12 Open Day 2017 will be:

 

Tuesday 9th May.

 

Primary tour and information sessions:

9.30am

3.00pm

Secondary tour and information sessions:

2.00pm

6.00pm 

All welcome to attend.

Term Dates 2017

Term 1  

Monday, 30th January  to Friday, 31st March  (9 weeks)

Term 2

Tuesday,  18th April to Friday, 30th June (11 weeks)

Term 3

Monday, 17th  July to Friday, 22nd  September (10 weeks)

Term 4
Monday, 9th  October to Friday, 22nd December (11 weeks)

Term Dates 2018

Term 1  

Tuesday, January 30th to Thursday, 29th  March  (9 weeks)

Term 2

Monday, 16th April to Friday, 29th June (11 weeks)

Term 3

Monday, 16th July Friday, 21th September (10 weeks)

Term 4

Monday, 8th  October  to Friday, 21st  December  (11 weeks)

Secondary Contacts 2017

Year 7      Mrs Rentzis

Year 8      Mr Skadins

Year 9      Mr  Skadins

Year 10    Mr Haddad

Year 11    Mrs Bawa

Year 12    Mrs Christopher

Secondary Junior Leader    Mr Fahey

Secondary Senior Leader    Mrs Ross

Assistant Principal ( Year 7-12)   Mrs Spina

 

To Speak to or book an appointment with a coordinator, College Leader  or Assistant Principal please contact the main office.

 

Primary Contacts 2017

Prep M     Mrs McPhie

1/2Z          Ms Zelazo

2/3A          Mrs Abraham

3L              Mrs Lilburne

4S             Mr Spina

4/5N        Ms Novakovic

5B             Ms Bishop

5/6L         Ms Arnold-Levy

6E             Mrs Elias

STEM      Mrs Brayon

Art           Mrs McAleer

PE            Mrs Peters (Prep-2)

PE           Mr Richards (3-6)

 

Assistant Principal: Mrs Sheila Horn

Primary Leading Teacher    Mrs Beauchamp-Wylie

 

 

To speak to or book an appointment with a class teacher, leading teacher  or  Assistant Principal please contact the main office.

 

Bell Times

 

Attendance 

All students are expected to be punctual and regular in attendance. After each absence, a note of explanation, dated and signed by the parent/guardian must be brought to the school or absences can be monitored and/or approved online via compass. 

College Map

 

Useful Forms

For useful forms:

  • Fee Sheets
  • Book Lists
  • Canteen List
  • Uniform Lists
  • Medical Plans
  • Qkr  How To
  • Edrolo Information
  • Centrepay
  • International Home Stay Information
  • Primary Mobile Phone Agreement

See the last page of newsletter titled "Useful Forms".

 

Lost Property

Lost Property is located in Sickbay. If your child has lost an item please call or see Nurse Donna in Sickbay.

Sustainable School Shop: 
Second Hand Uniforms
Second Hand Books

The College is conscious of the need to provide an efficient process for families to be able to buy and sell second hand uniform.

We are happy to announce the sustainable school shop website that Carwatha College P-12 has previously directed parents to use for second hand books now offers buying and selling of second hand uniforms.

Please go to

 www.sustainableschoolshop.com.au

 

For the best results:

  • Register on the Sustainable School Shop website
  • List your second-hand uniform items for sale
  • List wanted ads for those items you are looking to buy
  • The College’s uniform lists are loaded into the system to make listing ads easy
  • The system matches the ads of buyers with sellers and notifies the buyer via email
  • Buyers contact sellers and arrange where and when to trade.
  • The school is not involved in the transaction
  • Parents are well supported via Sustainable School Shop’s telephone (0438 743 444) and email help lines
  • The system is simple and easy to use - If you don’t have a computer, internet access or an email address, please call the Sustainable School Shop for assistance.

Qkr

Our prefered method of payment is Qkr.

See our 'Qkr How To' information sheet on newsletter page titled Useful Forms.

Principal's Report

Heading

Dear families, students and community members

Welcome back to term 2. It is very important that all students settle quickly into their daily routine of arriving to school on time studying in class and completing their homework.

 

School Council

At the AGM on 27th March, the following people were elected to the Council Executive:

Council President – Michele Coxhill

Vice President – Julie Hallett

Treasurer – Sheila Horn

I thank them for the extra commitment they are prepared to make to the College in taking on the responsibilities involved in these important roles.

 

Update on Staffing

At the end of last term we farewelled and thanked Gillian McQueen, Gillian is leaving us to have a baby.  We also farewelled Emma Wray; Emma has been seconded to the Department for the remainder of the year. We welcome Julia Marziale who will be working in the Food Technology are for the rest of the year. We also welcome Nick Richards.  Nick is teaching Physical Education in the primary sector and Health in the secondary sector.  We welcome back Chris Willis who is  replacing Emma Wray in Inclusion as well as teaching English.

 

Open Day Events

As the newly appointed Principal at Carwatha College P 12 I would like to invite you to the College’s Open Day/Night to be held on the 9th of May. Our Open Day/Night is a chance to see our school, meet our friendly teachers, ask questions regarding our exciting curriculum and to go on a guided tour of the school.

Secondary School tours will be held at 2.00pm and  6.00pm followed by a presentation at 7.00pm in our Year 7 centre.

Primary School tours will be held at 9. 30am and at 3.00pm; each will be followed by a presentation in the Library.

Come and:

  • See the great things our students do
  • Discover the outstanding opportunities our College offers
  • Explore the magnificent grounds and buildings
  • View our staff and students using their workspaces
  • Be entertained by our talented students

Our students and staff look forward to welcoming you into our community.

Parents please support this event by letting any interested members of our community know about this event.

We hope to see you there.

 

Pat Mulcahy

College Principal.

 

 

Football Clinic at Carwatha College P-12

Melbourne Football CLub - Football Clinic at Carwatha College P-12  - Grade 5's and 6's

On Thursday April 20th we were lucky enough to have members of the Melbourne Football Club visit  and teach the Year 5 and 6’s football skills.  This was a wonderful opportunity and the students had so much fun!

 

Here are a few comments from our 5/6 students:

Zaki Jafari: I like training with the footy players it was a great!!

Nurija Hota: the clinic was so much fun and we learnt lots of new skills and I couldn’t believe we got to meet Jake Melksham.

Georgia Vishniakov: I had a lot of fun during the footy clinic and learned a lot of new skills.

 

Ms Daniele Arnold-Levy.

P-12 News

Open Day 2017

 

NAPLAN Tests- Years 3, 5, 7 & 9

Parents and guardians are reminded that during week 4 of this term, most Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 students will sit the National Literacy and Numeracy NAPLAN tests. The NAPLAN (National Assessment Program-Literacy and Numeracy) program is designed to provide diagnostic information for parents and teachers about students’ performance in Literacy and Numeracy. This information can be used to support the students’ teaching and learning programs.

 

The NAPLAN tests will be administered on the following dates:

 

Literacy -      Tuesday, May 9 (periods 1 and 2)

                        Wednesday, May 10 (period 1)

 

Numeracy - Thursday, May 11 (period 1)

 

There are three Literacy sessions and one Numeracy session. There will be a short rest period between tests on Tuesday.

 

If a student has a disability which needs special consideration or if the student has been educated in English for less than one year, parents have the option to decide whether their child undertakes the test or not.

 

Later in the year, students will receive their personal reports which will indicate how they compare against other students in Australia in reading, writing, language conventions and numeracy.

 

Any questions regarding the tests should be directed to Kevin Fahey (Junior Years Leader) for Years 7 & 9 or Donna Beauchamp-Wylie (Teaching and Learning Leader) for Grades 3 & 5 - 9795 5848.

CSEF Applications 

CSEF applications are open until the end of term 2.

The Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) initiative helps ensure all Victorian students can take part in school trips and sporting activities.

For further information please see the main office, or to apply, fill in the attached form and return to the office with your current health care card.

 

Variety Night Tickets On Sale

Variety Night tickets are now on sale from the main office.

Come along for a great night of talent and entertainment.

Tickets $10 each

 

Science

 

Secondary News

From The Assistant Principal

Welcome back to Term 2 for all parents and students.

A couple of reminders about school policies and procedures regarding uniform and mobile phones.

Uniform

Please support us be ensuring that all students are in full college uniform, on the way to and from school.  The college uniform is clearly articulated in the college planner or the website should you need help.  If in doubt please ask.

  • Hoodies under jackets are not acceptable – and the college provides winter jumpers and windcheaters to assist in the cold.
  • School socks with logos are not OK – plain white socks or black socks as described only
  • Carwatha logo caps only are to be worn – and must come off inside all school buildings.  All other caps will be confiscated.

We ask that all parents and guardians support us in the wearing of uniform and to ensure that torn and damaged uniform be replaced in a timely manner.  For parents who need assistance with this  –do not hesitate to contact myself, the Student Wellbeing Coordinator or Year Level Coordinators for help.  A reminder that uniform is for sale every Thursday morning in the college administration building or at PSW retail outlet.

Mobile Phones

All students sign a mobile phone agreement that clearly outlines our expectations about the use of mobile phones.  They are to be turned off during class time and not be visible.  We also expect that students will not phone their parents/guardians during the school day of they are unwell or have any other issue at school – they are to report to their teachers or Year Level Coordinator should they need assistance.  

Compass

I encourage all parents to ensure that they are checking compass regularly for newsfeed items and checking student attendance and lateness.  We also ask that you ensure that your child is checking their emails and compass schedules daily so as to not miss out on important information.   It is vital that we have up to date email addresses date and mobile numbers of both parents and students so that we can communicate directly with ease.  Please contact the office and update your details if you have made any changes.

 

I would like to remind parents that we encourage communication at all times in relation to the academic and wellbeing progress of students.  No issue is too small and we encourage your parent participation at all times.

 

Ms Rosanna Spina.

Year 7, 8 & 9

During 2016, the year 7, 8 and 9-year level co-ordinators came up with a system to thank the students who showed academic excellence and willing helped others. These students are also recognised for the extra effort they put in during class.

Teachers and coordinators give worthy students an award. This award has a raffle ticket attached to it. There are two types of award; major, for outstanding effort or service, and minor, in recognition of something they have done really well.

At the end of each term, an assembly is held where those who have received an award have an opportunity to win a prize.

Award winners for term one are;

Major award winners  - Year 7   Kyle Flint

                                                Year 8   Daniel Daley

                                                Year 9   Elliot Chhin

 

Minor award winners – Year 7   Conrad Bishop

                                                               Isabella  Eghanian

                                                Year 8  Jamie Pfister

                                                              Saha Madibo

                                                 Year 9 Wiley Bonne

                                                               Jash Patel

By Angela Fourie 9B

 

Personalising Learning for Year 7-9 Mathematics

At Carwatha College P-12, our Mathematics program for years 7, 8 and 9 is designed to build essential numeracy skills and to maximise learning for all students in Mathematics.

The program is based on identifying and catering to each student’s learning needs. Before commencing a topic, students complete an initial assessment of their skills, so that individual strengths and weaknesses can be identified. At the conclusion of a topic, the initial assessment is re-administered to allow teachers  and  students to measure learning growth.

For some topics the range of abilities across the year level is vast and we aim to provide each student with work that is achievable and targeted to their particular learning needs.  Based on their learning needs, students are generally grouped by ability, and assigned to a teacher. At each of the three year levels, teachers work closely in teams to plan and deliver the Maths curriculum.  This ensures consistency and a common approach in all classrooms. 

The program provides a fantastic opportunity for students to engage in a meaningful way with the Mathematics Curriculum and requires them to work in partnership with their teachers to strive for the best learning outcomes.

If you would like more information about the program, please feel free to contact the college.

Breanna Andrew (Education Leader- Curriculum)

Joe Haddad (Secondary Mathematics Co-ordinator)

Year 8 Science

On Thursday April 20, 8A science students put their fine motor skills to the test with the ‘Hula hoop activity’. Students needed to hit the ping pong ball (the target) by shooting our popcorn kernels through a straw. This activity provided an analogy to the structure of the atom, leading to a discussion about the size of atoms, their sub-atomic particles and the characteristics of the nucleus. Thank you to Ashton for cleaning up the mess we made!

Mrs Crawford.

Year's 10, 11 & 12 - EDROLO

What parents need to know in relation to EDROLO,

  1. Edrolo is a compulsory item for the subjects students are enrolled in. Used as an assessment tool and teaching tool in classes
  2. Students that have not paid will have their EROLO account limited so they can only do the final topic test and not have access to the video tutorials and quiz exam questions

Students will need to pay directly to EDROLO to re-activate the subject account via direct debt visa or credit card.

 

Year 10 Urban Quest Excursion

On the last Wednesday of Term 1, Year 10 students participated in a team building excursion to Melbourne. The activities promoted decision-making, leadership, camaraderie, responsibility, communication and lateral thinking.

 

Student comments are as follows:

Urban quest was an adventurous and team building experience filled with plenty of laughter, joy and unity. Travelling around the glorious city of Melbourne on a conquest of victory was a thrilling journey. Pulling our heads together to riddle our way through puzzling challenges and pursuing clues sure brought out a lot of competitive personalities but the triumph was sweet and the scenery we saw was even sweeter. For a first time experience, the built up anticipation in me was met with satisfaction when we finished the day with smiles and plenty of memories! And I hope that this is something Carwatha College continues to give to those after me for they shall not be disappointed by what is to come. Thank you for this fun filled and pleasing scavenge we attended, truly one for the books.  

Alema Isic 10B

 

On Wednesday the 29th of March, the year 10’s went on an excursion to the city, to participate in an activity called Urban Quest. Most of us were not sure what we were going to be up for but once we met the team leader from Urban Quest, we were all very excited for the adventure that was ahead. It wasn’t just a race with questions and clues to solve puzzles with maps and the usual activities you would’ve expected. We had to race around the city by foot solving fun puzzles, completing tricky challenges and finding our way around Melbourne as we were guided via our phones.

Doing these activities made us develop our social skills and team spirit. It was a great way of getting our year level to work together and a good way of taking a break from the V3 pressure we all had on us.

Eftalya Coskun  Year 10A

 

Mr Joe Haddad.

Year 11 Biology Kidney Dissection

On Thursday March 23, students in the Yr 11 Biology class put on a brave face and dissected the kidney of an ox. Students safely and accurately performed this dissection, and identified regions of kidneys such as the medulla, capsule and cortex. The focus of this unit on kidneys is their structure, location and function and also the consequences of kidney failure in mammals.

Mrs Crawford.

Year 11 Biology Thermoregulation Experiment

On Wed April 26, students in Yr 11 Biology conducted an experiment on thermoregulation. This activity is part of our topic on Homeostasis and Adaptations. Students were focusing on following an experimental method accurately and efficiently, and recording and analysing their results to.

 

They simulated the effect of insulation and moisture on the temperature of mammals and focused on the stimulus-response model and how mammals achieve thermoregulation naturally.

Mrs Crawford.

South-Metropolitan Regional Finals

On Wednesday 29th, 5 secondary students went to MSAC for the South-Metropolitan Regional Finals for swimming. Everyone tried their best and kept a high spirit all day. With everyone encouraging each other, we all had a fun day representing the school at this level of inter-school swimming.

Alison Hughes.

Primary News

From the Assistant Principal

Welcome back everyone!  I trust you all had an enjoyable holiday. The students have all settled back into class very well.

As the weather is turning colder, there are a couple of reminders I would like to make about uniform. If students are cold, they should wear the College bomber jacket or windcheater. If they are very cold on the way to school, or during recess or lunch,  they may wear a coat or warm jacket, over their bomber jacket or windcheater.  Hoodies are not to be worn to school at all, either in place of, or over, their bomber jackets or windcheaters.  A reminder too, if students are wearing runners to school they should be white or black. Some students have been wearing sand shoes or slip on soft shoes. These are not appropriate footwear as they offer very little support for the feet. If you have any questions or concerns about uniform or shoes please come and see me.     

Please remember to label all jackets and windcheaters as it makes it easier to track down the owner when the items are handed in to lost property.

This term teachers will be adding homework to COMPASS as well as sending a copy home, so please check to see what homework your child should be doing. Of course all children should be reading each night and recording what is read, in the diary.

I invite all parents to come and join me in our coffee and chat mornings. These are held in the staff room at 8.45 am. The first one for this term is on Wednesday 10th May. Everyone is welcome!

Sheila Horn

Mother's Day Stall

The Mother's Day Stall will be running on:

 

Thursday 11th and Friday 12th May

 

Great value items from $1.50 to $6.00

Cards & Wrapping available.

If you would like to volunteer to help with the stall please contact Wendy Parkinson in the office. Even if you can spare an hour to help that would be greatly appreciated.

 

Mother's Day Raffle

Tickets are 50 cents each.
lots of Vouchers & Prizes to be won.
Tickets available from the office.
Raffle will be drawn on 12th May 2016.

 

Passions Club: Yoga

In our yoga club we have been practising mindfulness and yoga through fun games, meditation and mindful colouring. Kids' yoga is very different to an adult yoga class; it can involve dancing and being silly, and can often get noisy too! We have learnt fun yoga poses and some calming techniques. Meditation has been challenging, as most children find it difficult to be still but we have been improving through lots of practice. Yoga club always leaves us feeling relaxed and happy!

Ms Ivana Novakovic

Primary STEM News

This term Students have started to learn about coding and creating algorithms; a series of steps  to to complete a task.

Mrs Emma Braybon

Primary Art

Grade 4 and 5 - Op Art

 

Op Art, short for optical art, is a style of visual art that uses optical illusions – tricks of the eye. Typically, they give the viewer the impression of movement, hidden images, flashing and vibrating patterns, or of swelling or warping.

We looked at various op art pieces, and created several of our own by ruling lines and shading in the areas. The above artwork belongs to  Amhar, Nancy, Elise and Aushyn.

 

Grade 5/6L Alberto Giacometti

Students learnt about the Swiss sculptor and looked at pieces of his work. Alberto’s work is characterised by figures that are thin and stretched vertically. Students sketched gesture drawings of each other and then chose one to create a wire sculpture. We used wire and masking tape painted with metallic colours.

Mrs Christine McAleer

 

Primary PE

2/3A - Hockey skills building

Prem/1M - Skuttle Boarding

Mrs Bobbie Peters.

Grade 1/2Z and 2/3A Maths

In Mathematics, we have been learning about Place Value. We learnt to play a game called “What’s My Number?” Students had to ask questions to guess another student’s Magic Number. They used language like: bigger than/less than, between, odd or even and tens and ones. 

 

Library News

From the Library

Hello again to the Carwatha College P-12 community from the library team. In this newsletter we would like to remind you of the services that we provide, and keep you informed of the various activities that our students have been engaged in.

We are very proud of our fiction collection which caters to our whole community. We have a fantastic range of picture books, chapter books for younger readers, books for junior and senior secondary students, and a collection that is available to teachers and parents.

We have a large number of students who use library resources to complete classwork during their lunch times.

We reinforce social skills with the younger students by teaching them how to play games with other students which requires them to take turns, to follow rules, and to be ‘gracious’ if they don’t win!

Our Tuesday craft sessions are very popular. They help to reinforce social skills of sharing, following instructions and working with others. They also teach the students a number of fine motor skills and introduce them to craft activities of “old” such as knitting, weaving, paperwork and beading, to name a few.

Craft sessions are generally organised around a theme, or an important calendar date, so our students have been busy participating in activities organised around ANZAC Day. We have used some of their creations in our ANZAC display.

Later in the term we will be running craft activities that introduce students to the picture books that have been shortlisted for the Children’s Book of the Year Awards.

Library Team : Mrs Jenny Famularo, Mrs Debra Sal, Mrs Maree Wood.

Careers News

Careers News

Year 10 Mock Interviews

On Thursday 18th May Year 10 students and VCAL students will participate in their Mock interviews. Year 10 students will select a “pretend” part time job to research and apply for, prepare a cover letter and a resume. This preparation will take place during the student’s special interest elective as well as preparing at home. Parents are encouraged to support their child by helping them to identify their employability skills and areas of strength.

 

On the day we will once again welcome a large number of community partners into our college who volunteer their time to interview our students. Once again we are very appreciative of their involvement in making the interview a very authentic process for the student.

 

Try a Trade and Career Expo

On Tuesday 2nd May all Year 9 students and the Year 11 VCAL students will be attending the Cranbourne Race course for the Try a Trade and Career Expo. This event aims to provide students with an opportunity to gain hands on experience with a range of trades including plumbing, bricklaying, carpentry, hairdressing, hospitality, automotive, horticulture, nursing, and other trades. Many of these trades have been identified as skill shortage areas- meaning in is anticipated that there will be many jobs in these areas in the future. This is a valuable opportunity for students to ask questions and try out some trades- there will be many Universities and businesses represented at the event as well.   Students need to return their permission forms or get parents online consent by Friday 28th April.

 

VCE & Career Expo – Caulfield racecourse

All VCE students are encouraged to attend the upcoming VCE & Careers expo at the Caulfield Racecourse taking place from 4 May – 7 May 2017. 

 

There will be over 170 exhibitors providing information on -

  • Information and resources for the VCE
  • Information about university, TAFE and training courses
  • Career advice
  • Study advice
  • International exchange and gap year programs

There will also be over a 150 seminars on topics including –

  • VCE subjects including English, Maths, Biology, Psychology, Health and Human Development
  • Tertiary courses
  • Careers
  • Gap year options

 

General admission tickets are $10.00 per person and are valid for all four days. 
I have limited free tickets in the Careers Centre- come and see me if interested! First in best dressed!     Visit The VCE and Careers Expo to find out more!

 

UMAT 2017  : YEAR 12 students only

Year 12 students are reminded that registrations for UMAT2017 close on Friday 2 June 2017 at 5.00pm sharp!  The UMAT2017 will be held on Wednesday 26 July 2017, and the results will be available late September 2017.  Students should also note that results from UMAT2017 can only be used for undergraduate medicine or health science courses beginning in 2018 but not 2019.  Students should not register for UMAT2017 unless they are planning to apply for a course commencing in 2018 and they meet the eligibility criteria specified in the UMAT2017 Information Booklet. 
For more information, and/or to apply visit UMAT2017.

 

Agriculture degrees

Growing enough food to sustain the world is one of the biggest challenges the world is facing in the 21st century.  Attached to this weeks newsletter are several degrees that prepare students to become experts in the science of agriculture, so they can take on an advisory role in agriculture and farming practices.  For a comprehensive list of courses (including the many double-degree options) on offer at Victorian universities, TAFEs and Private Providers, visit VTAC.
 

Jodie McCarthy

Careers and Pathways Manager

Parents & Friends News

Mother's Day Stall Volunteers

Volunteers are  needed for the Mother's Day Stall on Thursday 11th and Friday 12th May.

If you have 2 hours to spare between 8.30am and 2.30pm, please fill in the form sent home with students this week or contact the office. 

The help of parent volunteers is greatly appreciated at Carwatha College P-12.

 

 

Upcoming Events

May

Tues       2nd          Year 7 French Film Excursion

                                   Year Level Assemblies

                                   Year and Year 11 VCAL Try A Trade Career Expo

Thur        4th          Casual Dress Day

Fri             5th         Grade 5 & 6 Gala Sports Day

Tues         9th         Grade 3, 5, Year 7 & 9 Naplan

Wed        10th        Grade 3, 5, Year 7 & 9 Naplan  

                                   Year 8 Excursion - Melbourne Zoo

                                    Coffee and Chat Morning

Thur       11th         Grade 3, 5, Year 7 & 9 Naplan

                                    Year 10 & 11 Mock Interview  Preperation

                                    Mother's Day Stall - MPC Building

Fri            12th         Senior Winter Sports 

                                    Mother's Day Stall - MPC Building     

Mon        15th          VCAL Excursion - Immigration Museum 

                                    College Council Meeting

Tues       16th          Variety Night

Thur       18th          Greater Dandenong Cross Country

                                    Year 10-11 Mock Interview Day

Mon        22nd        VCAL Secondary Morning Tea Fundraiser

Tues        23rd          VCAL Shrine Of Rememberance & Holocaust Centre Excursion 

                                     Intermediate Badminton

Wed         24th          Intermediate Sport

Thur        25th          VCAL Primary Morning Tea Fundraiser 

Fri             26th          District Cross Country - Primary 

Tues        30th          Year 12 Excursion - Tertiary Informatin Session (TIS) Monash University

June

Thur          1st            AFL Girls & Boys Netball

Mon           5th           Year 8 Sport

Tues           6th           Year Level Assembly

Fri               9th           Division Cross Country - Primary

                                      Year 10 & 11 Exams

Mon         12th           Queens Birthday

Tues        13th           Year 10 & 11 Exams

Wed         14th           Year 10 & 11 Exams

Thur        15th           Year 10 & 11 Exams

                                       Year 7 Sport

Fri             16th           Pupil Free Day

Mon         19th           SMR Cross Country

Thur       22nd            Year 10 Keys Please    

Fri             23rd           Grade 5 & 6 Gala Sports

                                       Year 7 Deakin Mission Excursion

Mon        26th            College Council Meeting

Tues        27th            Year 8 Deakin Community Day

                                       Year Level Assemblies

Wed        28th             Senior Boys Futsal

Fri            30th             Last Day Term 2

              

Useful forms

Book List and Parent Payment Forms

 

Qkr: How To Form

 

International Student Homestay Program

 

Centrepay form

 

Canteen Price List

 

Uniform Price Lists

 

Anaphylaxis Management Plan

 

Asthma Management Plan

 

Primary Mobile Phone Agreement

 

College Photos 2017

 

Edrolo Information