Aitken College Newsletter

14 December 2017
Issue Twenty
Important Diary Dates
Principal's Message
Deputy Principal
College Head of Learning
College Activities
Parents & Friends 
Performing Arts
Business Directory
Aitken College
(03) 9333 1866
1010 Mickleham Road
Greenvale, Victoria, 3059

Important Diary Dates

2018 Term Dates

Term 1: 2/5 February to 28 March

Term 2: 16 April to 21 June

Term 3: 16 July to 21 September

Term 4: 8 October to 12 December

Important Diary Dates for 2018

Thursday 1 February

Year 12 Learning Conference


Friday 2 February

Prep to Year 7 & Year 12 commence classes


Monday 5 February

Year 8 to Year 11 commence classes


Monday 12 March

Labour Day Holiday


Tuesday 20 March

Parent Teacher Interviews (Prep-12)


Wednesday 28 March

Parent Teacher Interviews (Prep-12)

Term 1 concludes for students


Thursday 29 March

Professional Learning Day (no students)


Friday 30 March

Good Friday


Monday 16 April

Term 2 commences


Wednesday 25 April



Monday 11 June

Queen's Birthday Holiday


Thursday 21 June

Term 2 concludes for students


Friday 22 June

Report Writing Day (no students)


Monday 16 July

Term 3 commences


Tuesday 7 August

Parent Teacher Interviews (Prep-12)




Thursday 16 August

Parent Teacher Interviews (Prep-12)


Friday 17 August

Professional Learning Day (no students)


Friday 21 September

Term 3 ends


Monday 8 October

Term 4 commences


Monday 5 November

Mid Term Break


Tuesday 6 November

Melbourne Cup Day Holiday


Friday 23 November

Report Writing Day (no students)


Monday 10 December

Presentation Night (Years 3-12)


Wednesday 12 December

Term 4 ends


Principal's Message








     Mrs Josie Crisara

Presentation Night

Presentation Night was an exciting evening of celebration. We congratulate the students who received awards for academic achievement and contribution to school life. The list of award recipients are attached (see below). This standard of excellence, hard work and dedication is what all students should aspire to achieve. Acknowledgement was given to the Board, Board Committee members and staff for their contributions this year. Many hours of work go into providing the best opportunities for students, staff and families.


Subject Awards and Scholarships

At final school assemblies, students were presented with subject awards. Scholarships were received by:


Foundation Scholarship

Robert Northby


Rachael Woodhams Scholarship

Max Hobbs


Parents and Friends Arts Scholarships

Jasmine Harrington

Kim Phillips

Kurtis Papadinis


Subject award recipient names are attached.  Congratulations! 


We have a number of staff finishing this year. Mr Nigel Hamilton, Mr Vincent Aiyappan and Mrs Joyce Tabone are retiring from the teaching profession. We wish them well in their retirements.


Mrs Rita Paniagua and Mrs Sharon Peluso leave us to join new schools. Mr Musaab Rawasia, Mrs Helena Mallon, Mr William Headlam, Mrs Kate Riddell, Mrs Claire Colthup, Miss Sophia Bubner, Mr Asanka Gunarathna and Ms Christine Tzoumanis complete their replacement contracts for staff who have been on Parental Leave or Long Service Leave.


We thank them for their contributions and wish them well for the future. We also thank, Mrs Ayessa Farooq and Ms Lydia Moussa who assisted as Integration Aides in the Learning Centre.

Parents and Friends Association Committee

Thank you to the Parents and Friends Association Committee for their outstanding work this year.  They have managed to fundraise for the Electronic Scoreboard and Gym Curtain. I would like to thank Mrs Siobhan Short who has been on the Committee since 2011 and President for the past 5 years.  The new committee is:


President: Allison Phelan 

Vice President: Kathryn McKenzie

Treasurer: Sally Penaluna

Secretary: Melinda Gallicchio

Assistant Secretary: Misal Belvedere

20 Year Gala Dinner Dance

Next year is the 20th year of Aitken College providing education to our community.  We will be noting this with a Gala Dinner Dance on Friday 22 June.  Save the date. 

Merry Christmas

Can I extend my best wishes for the Christmas season and a Happy New Year.


May the year ahead be one filled with joy, peace, hope and love.  The prayer below was read at the Carol service and I share this with our community:


Let us Pray:

Almighty God we give thanks for all that has been achieved this year at Aitken College. For the learning and the maturing. For the friendships made, and the inspiration and leadership given by the teachers and students. For the caring and acceptance, and for the journey we have all made in understanding You and Your world a little better.


We give you thanks for Christmas, for your incarnation in Jesus. We stand in awe at this mystery, that you would come to be one of us. Please God, help us to walk with you, accepting your love and mercy and forgiveness as we ask in faith.


We pray for the broken and world-weary, here in our community and in far places; anywhere where your children suffer from pain and anxiety and poverty and war and homelessness, and a lack of knowing your love.


May we at Christmas find ways to share your good news with others. May we be patient, and kind, and willing to give of what we have in the knowledge that in this great country we are blessed with so much.


As we leave for holidays please watch over us and keep us safe. May we have a joyful Christmas and may we return in the new year refreshed and eager to be your people in this place at Aitken.


We ask for the forgiveness of our sins; for the wrong we have done, and the things we have not done when we should.


Be merciful to us Oh God . We ask all these things in Jesus’ name.



Deputy Principal







 Mr Kim Forward

Presentation Night

It was good to see families at Presentation Night last week. You would agree that it was a great occasion to recognise the participation, achievements and talent of our students. Thank you for making the effort to attend on what turned out to be a wet night.

Uniform Shop

The Aitken College uniform shop, Schooltrenz is now online. You can find it at Uniform items may be ordered online for pick-up or delivery. Holiday opening times will be shown on the website.

College Head of Learning

2017 has been a year of significant change in some areas of the Teaching and Learning program at Aitken College. Two of the more obvious changes have been the introduction of continuous reporting and the use of rubric-based assessment for most assessment tasks, across all year levels. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the teachers of the College for their hard work in making these changes, in order to help students take greater responsibility for their learning and to focus on what they need to work on next to continually improve their knowledge and skills. We hope that parents and guardians will agree that having up-to-date, detailed feedback about student learning provides them with the information needed to support our young people in their academic and creative endeavours.

End of Semester Reports

Semester 2 reports for students from Prep to Year 11 were available via the Community Portal from 4.00pm on Wednesday 13 December. The report is intended as a summary of student achievement in all subjects throughout Semester 2. The Semester 2 Report will provide you with summary information about your child’s achievement and attitudes to learning in each of their subjects, along with a Homeroom teacher’s comment.


To access the reports, please visit:


If you need assistance with your login details, please email [email protected].


Further details about individual assessment tasks, including assessment criteria and comments about the progress a student is making and areas for further improvement, can be found on My Aitken in the “Marks and Feedback” section for each of your children. Detailed feedback for end of semester assignments, tests and exams will have been recently published. Please try to take some time to look over the information so that you are well informed about what your children are learning and how they could be trying to improve in future tasks.


More details about the Assessment and Reporting program, including a sample End of Semester report, can be found at:

Campion Book Collection

Families who have elected to collect their Campion book orders from the College can do so on Wednesday 17 January between 8.30am and 12.30pm, and from 1.00pm until 5.00pm, in Common Room 1 in the Senior School building. Any questions about book orders should be addressed in the first instance to Campion on 1300 433 982.

iPad Onboarding

Students entering Year 7 in 2018 will need to visit the school with their iPad on any of the following times, in order to set up their Aitken College WIFI access, email accounts, security certificates and digital textbooks. We will have a team of IT specialists on hand to assist with the process, which should only take about 15 minutes. Having their iPads set up and ready to use on Day 1 of Year 7 will, we hope, ensure that some of the inevitable first-day anxieties are minimised so students can focus on getting to know their teachers and classmates.

  • Wednesday 17 January between 8.30am and 5.00pm – in Common Room 1
  • Monday 29 January to Thursday 1 February, between 9.00am and 4.00pm – please visit Reception

Students in all other year levels will be given instructions on how to set up their iPads for 2018 WIFI access and how to download their digital books, in class on the first day of school.


We will also have a number of IT technicians available to help students overcome any IT problems in the first week of school – details on how to access this IT help will be advertised to students via their Homeroom teachers.

Ms Kerri Batch

College Head of Learning

College Activities

Future Finder Excursion at RMIT

An interesting and informative excursion to RMIT took place on Tuesday 28 November, having been designed to provide students with an opportunity to continue the thinking process about ‘life beyond Aitken’. 


The Year 11 2017 VCE cohort was required to make their way independently to the RMIT meeting point, building on the skills developed through the Year 9 City Experience. This excursion had several purposes, including prompting students to be aware of the organisational skills required to navigate safely and in a timely manner to and from a tertiary institution, kick starting the thinking process about what might be available post Aitken, encouraging students to reflect on their interests thereby learning more about tertiary life in the process and highlighting the complexities of the transition from secondary school.


For many students it was a first time visit to a tertiary campus. Initially students attended a lecture style presentation focusing on student life and opportunities at RMIT (both TAFE and university sectors) and the transition to tertiary education. Students took part in an exercise to explore a part of the very large City campus in an ‘Amazing Race’ format and then attended two tutorial style seminars focusing on a specific area of study. These presentations in: Business, Health & Psychology, Science, Engineering, Humanities and Design provided opportunities for students to research an area of known interest or simply to explore.


We were very lucky with the weather, which was fine and mild and the calibre of the seminar presenters was excellent. Senior staff: (Mr David Murphy, Mr Vince Perri, Mrs Chris Monos, Mrs Belinda Jarvis-Dymond, Mrs Stephanie Lindsay and Ms Rae Gibbs) who attended the excursion were instrumental in contributing to the success of the day.  Their help was greatly appreciated. 


The soon to be Year 12 students were wonderful ambassadors for the College, listening respectfully and attentively and asking sensible questions.  In the debrief and wrap up many of the students were able to articulate clearly why they had enjoyed the excursion and what they were pleased to have learnt. It is our hope that our 2018 Year 12 students will reflect on their RMIT Future Finder experience, using it to inform their research and the decisions which will be necessary over the next twelve months and beyond.

Mrs Clare Borg

Careers Counsellor

2018 Kitchen Garden Program

Volunteers are required, please click below for more details.


Can You Offer Work Placement?

As part of the Year 11 VET Business program, students are required to do a 1 week work placement which usually occurs at the end of Term 2 or by arrangement as an employer. We have a number of keen and enthusiastic students who would like to be placed with caring employers.  Students do placement in a variety of industries. If you are interested, please email [email protected] with your details.

Ms Sandra Prendergast

VET Business Teacher

Class of 2007 Alumni 10 Year Reunion

In the end, we could not get them to leave! Ten years ago, we knew they were a happy group: positive, outgoing and with some big personalities! It can be reported that nothing has changed. Alumni from the Class of 2007 returned in great numbers on Friday 17 November to revisit the College and renew friendships ten years after their departure.


With a handful of these Alumni working interstate, another three employed in London, two serving in the military (RAAF & RAN) and countless others either with a prior engagement or travelling at the time of the event, an additional twenty apologies were received.

It was wonderful to see the genuine joy and excitement Alumni experienced as they reminisced about life in Common Room 2, poring over photo albums, memorabilia and their Year 12 ‘head shots’ used for College identification.


Whilst in some cases physical appearance had changed such that recognition was not immediate, the warmth of the greetings, squeals of delight and the noise, chatter and laughter was a constant throughout the evening.


These Alumni are just shy of thirty years of age and are still establishing their careers after as much as four years of tertiary study. They are engaged in interesting work in a variety of industries: music production, tiling, building, hairdressing, forensic nursing, orthoptics, property law, business and operations management, project management, clinical drug trial supervision, financial analysis, project engineering, electrical, accounting and small business ownership to name but a few. Some are moving into a new phase with quite a number now parents to babies and toddlers (some of whom have already been enrolled at Aitken!)


Lydia De Raad (Law), Ashlee Bray (Education) and Jess Driscoll (nee Crossin) (Biomedical Science) are to be congratulated and thanked for their energetic efforts to publicise the event and encourage their former classmates to stay connected.  We were delighted to welcome them all back to the College and look forward to hearing of their adventures when next we meet.


My sincere thanks to all the staff in attendance; alumni are always genuinely thrilled to reconnect.

Ms Rae Gibbs


Parents & Friends 

Fun Run

As another year comes to an end, I look back with wonder. We have had a very successful year and introduced a new event, the 'Fun Run'.  We are very happy to announce that the Fun Run made just over $6,000. Thank you to everyone who participated or sponsored runners. I am looking forward to coming back next year to see the new Electronic Score Board and the Gym Curtain installed. Congratulations to Stefen Garraffo (Prep) who was our highest fundraiser with over $1,000. He was awarded a medallion at Assembly Wednesday morning. We hope you are enjoying your Hover Board.

New Committee 2018

I would like to welcome the new committee members for 2018.


President: Allison Phelan 

Vice President: Kathryn McKenzie

Treasurer: Sally Penaluna

Secretary: Melinda Gallicchio

Assistant Secretary: Misal Belvedere


I look forward to working with you. We always have room for new members, it is not too late to get on board. Our first meeting of the year will be held on Tuesday 13 February 2018 at 7.30pm in the Chapel and Performing Arts Centre seminar room (upstairs room P24).

Outdoor Family Movie Night 2018

We are also excited to announce we have another new event next year. Please keep your eyes and ears open for information on our “Outdoor Family Movie Night”. This will happen in Term 1 next year and we could not be more excited!


I would also like to take this time to thank Mrs Siobhan Short for her leadership over the last 4 years. You have been a fabulous President and we will miss you. You have left some big shoes to fill and I hope I do you proud.

Merry Christmas and Thank You

I wish you all a happy and blessed Christmas. Stay safe over the holidays. I look forward to a productive and fulfilling 2018 and would like to thank everyone for their support throughout the year.


Mrs Allison Phelan

Parents and Friends Association Secretary








Mr David Murphy

2018 Year 12 Student Learning Conference

All 2017 Year 12 students are reminded that they will start the year with our annual Student Learning Conference at Moonee Valley on Thursday 1 February. This compulsory event is an exciting and worthwhile day, which equips the new Year 12 students with study and personal management skills needed for the year ahead. Permission forms and information have been distributed to students. Anyone who has not returned the permission form to the Senior School Office is asked to do so immediately.


Duke of Edinburgh Awards

Congratulations to the Year 12 students who recently received the Duke of Edinburgh’s Silver Award. Congratulations also to the Year 11 and Year 12 students who received their Bronze Award.


The Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme is part of the program for Year 11 and Year 12 VCAL students. The Award is an internationally recognised and valued program that encourages and empowers young people to engage with their community, explore their potential and challenge themselves to achieve personal excellence. This is achieved through structured, independent and non-competitive voluntary activities which encourages personal discovery and growth, self–reliance, perseverance, responsibility and service to the community.


The Award provides opportunities for young people to develop into mature, active citizens who will positively contribute towards society. All year, VCAL students work extremely hard to achieve their goals in the four components of the Award: Adventurous Journey, Skill, Service and Physical Recreation.

Mrs Jenny Lilley

VCAL Coordinator










    Mrs Francis Scuderi

Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year from Dunhelen


Presentation Night

It was wonderful to see so many Dunhelen students at Presentation Night on Thursday 7 December. This is a very important night in the life of the College as it is an opportunity for the College community to come together and celebrate the year that was. It was an absolute pleasure to award the Dunhelen Academic Colours and Encouragement Awards. Well done to all those students.

Year 9 Students

I would like to take this opportunity to wish the Year 9 students all the very best as they move up into Brookhill. Thank you all for the contributions you have made to Dunhelen. I do hope that you continue to ‘visit’ your Dunhelen teachers and maintain the relationships you established with teachers and friends. We wish you well for your senior years and hope that you excel in whatever you wish to do. Good Luck!

Thank You

A big thank you to all Dunhelen students for a wonderful year and enormous gratitude to the Dunhelen Homeroom teachers, who go above and beyond. A very big thank you to Mr Prentice, Mr Patchell and Mrs Vlahopoulos who are always on hand to assist and support. My job is made so much easier by these Homeroom teachers and Assistant Heads of school. Thank you.

Merry Christmas

Next year promises to be just as busy so rest up and enjoy the break. Take pleasure in spending lots of time with loved ones. Wishing you all a beautiful Christmas and a New Year filled with love, good health and happiness.









                   Ms Karen McArdle

It has been a very busy end to the Cumberland School year. Presentation Night was a huge success with many of the students acknowledged for their academic achievements and progress made.

Year 6 Celebration Night

The Year 6 Celebration Night was well attended. The students worked hard on their presentations and showed great excitement to be on stage and speaking to the audience. I would like to thank parents for their help on the night, ensuring uniforms were perfect, shoes polished and girls had ribbons in their hair. It all added to the sense of occasion and the formality of the evening.

Step Up Day

Step Up Day was another exciting day for the students of Years 2-5 as they met their new teachers and classmates. While some students were a little worried about change in their lives, others see it as a chance to grow and develop. Please help your child accept change. I love the quote on the poster by John Maxwell. (see below)

Being uncomfortable is the first step towards growing and developing'.

Final Assembly

One of Benjamin Franklin’s quotes seems appropriate for Cumberland’s final assembly. "Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement and success have no meaning."  The students acknowledged at Presentation Night and on Final Assembly demonstrate the efforts and desire to achieve that we want in our students.


I congratulate all recipients of awards. I would also like to thank the Year 6 Captains,  (Performing Arts, Environment, House, Sport and School) on their superb leadership throughout the year. They have set a wonderful example and benchmark for the incoming Captains to work towards.

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas, Happy New Year and the Best of the Season.










                 Ms Kerrie Neophytou

Good Times

I am hoping that at this spiritual time of the year, we are encouraged to stop and reflect. Yesterday, I had the opportunity to share many of my favourite images of 2017; in the reflection of celebrating the Year 2 students’ achievements in Fairview. There were many images of the children sharing moments together; representing their joy and excitement of their friendship and community.


We want children to learn and achieve, however, most importantly be safe and happy! Young children have a beautiful ability to see good in all and to enjoy the moment. They do not need to stop and reflect; they live the moment and share their blessings. It then becomes our responsibility to stop, share and celebrate the treasures the children bring to our lives.

Love, Joy, Hope and Peace

During our Religion and Values Education lessons we have focused on the meaning of Christmas, to reflect and thank God for our blessings. It is also a time of forgiveness and learning to accept each other for our differences. During the past few weeks we have discussed in Religion and Values Education the Advent Calendar and the meaning of the four candles: Love, Joy, Hope and Peace and the importance of these in our lives. We encourage children to gain the true understanding of Christian events, as it is crucial they do not get caught up in the commercial representation. It is worthwhile talking to your children about the spirit of Christmas and the birth of our saviour Jesus Christ.

Carol Service

The Fairview Christmas service was interactive and reflective for the children! The involvement from our entire community captured the true meaning of Christmas. It was lovely to see a large number of parents and grandparents in attendance, sharing this time with us all.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

I thank all the Fairview parents, staff and children for their hard work and commitment. Our community is extremely supportive and is always available to support each other. The parent community is an integral part of our school and I am proud of its strength and growth.


May you have a blessed Christmas and that the New Year brings you all lots of rest and happiness. God Bless!


Year 12 Students and Change of Preference

Good luck to all our Year 12 VCE students as they wait for their results.  A reminder that Careers staff are available to assist students until Wednesday 20 December should they need help changing their preferences or assistance in mapping out a Plan B. We do hope you already have a Plan B and that you achieve results which you are pleased with on Friday 15 December.

Career News

Career News 20 is now available and contains information about summer courses at the Victorian College of the Arts and Whitehouse School of Design, preparing for an online interview, working in the climate control industry and more.

Do not forget that Ms Gibbs and Mrs Borg are available to help students with any questions they might have about careers, courses and pathways.  Please come and see us in Room B21 at the Careers Centre or telephone us on 9333 1866 or email your concerns or queries to [email protected]

Mrs Clare Borg & Ms Rae Gibbs

Careers Counsellors


Aitken Map Competition

Finally we are able to publicly announce the winners of the Aitken Map Competition. There were some amazing entries and the biggest number of entries ever, over 90 maps!


1st  Place: (and winner of the viewer’s choice award) Alex Gorgievski

2nd Place:  Ruby Davie

3rd Place:  Mason Gouskos

4th Place:  Luis Giompapa

5th Place:  Tanisha Santhosh

6th Place:  Alexander Hendriks

7th Place:  Gabriella Marino

8th Place:  Ella Sen

9th Place:  Alejandro Yanez

10th Place:  Irmak Balkaya


Performing Arts

Primary Performing Arts Day

Last Tuesday, each Primary class took to the stage to showcase some of their work from over the year. After lunch, a selection of students who take private instrumental music lessons performed. Thanks to Miss Claire Colthup, Miss Stephanie Pace, Ms Jacqueline Flood, Mr Nicholas Frampton as well as the tutors who worked with students.



Congratulations to the Cumberland Songsters, who performed last week at Craigieburn Central Shopping Centre. Members of the public commented to me on how wonderful the performance was. Thank you to our accompanist, Marc Embuido (Year 11 student) and Miss Stephanie Pace for all of their hard work during rehearsals and performances this year.


Instrumental Music Lessons

Enrolments are open for students wishing to have instrumental music lessons in 2017. We offer tuition on woodwind (flute, clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone), brass (trumpet, trombone), strings (violin, viola, cello), and contemporary-popular (voice, piano, guitar, bass guitar, drum kit) instruments. The program is open to all students from Prep - Year 12.


Pick up an enrolment pack from Reception or Ms Thomson’s office (P2) in the Chapel and Performing Arts Centre, or email [email protected]. Application forms are due as soon as possible as lessons are arranged on a first come basis.

Welcome Back

We welcome back Mr Michael Cooper, who will be returning as Director of Performing Arts after leave this year.

Thank You

I thank all College families and friends for supporting students and staff in the Performing Arts across 2017 and look forward to joining you in all of the wonderful performance opportunities which will be happening next year.


Ms Beth Thomson

Acting Director Performing Arts


Summer Holiday Program

Please click below for the full version of the Kelly Club Summer Holiday Program at Aitken College


Business Directory

Lincoln Cleaning

All domestic and commercial cleaning. Specialising in carpet and rug steam cleaning, window washing, driveways and patios. Please contact us for a free quote.

Contact details: Eileen or Lupco Arsovski

Mobile: 0412 119 168 or 0404 799 780

Email: [email protected]

The Art Studio

The Art Studio provides Drawing and Painting Tuition for students of all ages. Small personalised classes are run by a qualified teacher. All materials are provided for. Our aim is to encourage confidence and creativity in each student, as they produce beautiful take home works of art.

Contact details: Silvia Parisi

Mobile: 0414 466 572

Sunshine Printing

We are a family owned and run printing business with over 30 years of experience. We are capable of servicing all your printing needs. We offer quality, affordability and customised printing service.
We also print Memorial Cards and Service Books.

Contact details: Justin Brown or Jana Lister

Address: 51 Wright Street, Sunshine VIC 3020

Email: [email protected]


Bulla Produce

94A Bourke Street (corner Green Street) Bulla VIC 3428

Stockfeed, Pet Food, Saddlery, Farm Supplies

Contact details: Kahn-Allen family Jackie and Tony

Telephone: 9307 1441
Email: [email protected]



Hany Amin Maths Tutor

Is Maths too hard? Do you need help with your Maths homework? Would you like someone to extend your mathematical knowledge? Do you need help setting a strong mathematical foundation for VCE? Just give me a call and through my passion, experience and teaching techniques you will achieve great results.

Contact details: Hany Amin

Mobile: 0420 660 611

Nature Direct

100% Indigenously sourced essential-oil based home care solutions that really work and smell great. Perfect for allergy, asthma and eczema sufferers or if you are wanting to replace the ‘nasties’ with affordable and safe alternatives. Products ranging from: cleaning concentrates – microfibre cloths, alcohol free hand sanitisers; commercial grade disinfectant; floor system.

Contact details: Alicia Verso
Mobile: 0414 588 369


Kids Love Learningland

Fun, educational programs for 3–5 year olds to assist with literacy, numeracy, speech and readiness for primary school.
Give your child the educational difference. Classes in Greenvale. Enrol Now.

Contact details: Raelene

Address: PO Box 2015, Greenvale 3059

Mobile: 0410 803 123
Email: [email protected]


Mortgage Choice

A free service to find the best mortgage to suit you. We also provide an extensive Financial Planning Service for your needs.

Contact details: Chris Howitt

Address: PO Box 2139, Greenvale 3059

Telephone:  9333 4370
Mobile: 0401 334 599

Email: [email protected]



Aitken College Newsletter
2017 Award Recipients.pdf
Cumberland Duhelen and Brookhill Subject Awards 2017.pdf
2017 Career News 20.pdf
Kelly Club Aitken College Holiday Program_vacation care flyer A4 proof v1.pdf
Business Directory Form 2017.pdf
Volunteers Information Poster 2018.pdf