I would like to congratulations all the Year 11 students who went on work experience last week. The reports I have received back indicate that the students, on mass, did very well and enjoyed themselves. From the students point of view it was clear that they enjoyed themselves but at their age most of them are still unsure about their future direction after they finish school. Twelve students ventured to Melbourne for the week and had a very positive experience.
Thank you to Mr Andrew Vague, Mr David Coles and Mrs Jan Dunlop who gave up their time to look after the students in Melbourne. Thank you also to all the local organisations that allowed our students to come into their work environments and experience a work place and to the other staff who went and visited the students in the local work places. Continue reading “The Week That Was – Term 2, Week 10”
We have reached the final week of the first semester. It has been full of exciting learning experiences in all of the classes and as always, we have had many of events too, including, welcome dinner, Parent Teacher Interviews, CEP performances, golf clinic, cross country, dental check-ups, NAPLAN, Lightning Premiership and School Social.
Semester one will end this Friday June 24 at 2:30 p.m. I would like to wish the whole college community a safe and happy holiday period. Semester 1 has been a very busy semester and both the students and staff are looking forward to a break from the routine. Please recharge the batteries and I look forward to working with you in semester 2.
SCHOOL BUSES WILL ALL RUN ONE HOUR EARLIER ON THE RETURN HOME JOURNEY.
This Friday is the last Friday of the month and that means it is a CASUAL clothes day for all students. The SRC will collect a gold coin donation from all students who wear casual clothes. The money raised will be used by the SRC to assist them with costs in running up-coming activities.
This Tuesday, June 21 is the Western Victoria Careers Expo. Our year 10, 11 and 12 cohort will attend the Expo at Longerenong College. The students who attend will start the process of ‘life after school’ and where to when it comes to a career. It is a great way for them to explore endless possibilities of job opportunities. I look forward to sharing the day with our students and helping them to start thinking about what is possible after they finish their secondary education.
The Western Victorian Careers Expo, hosted by the Wimmera and Southern Mallee Careers Association (WASM), is country Victoria’s largest careers expo. Since its inception in 1986, this premier regional event has provided a one-stop-shop of vocational information to Western Victorian students, school leavers, job seekers, career changers, those returning to work and people considering further study or training.
This year students from years 10, 11 and 12 will be attending the expo. Year 10 and 11 students will be leaving school at the start of period 2 and the year 12 students leaving at the start of recess. Year 10 and 11 students should attend at least 2 seminars and collect information from 3 exhibitor sites. The seminar program has been incorporated into the newsletter and provided to the students.
A fantastic team effort saw the girls fall short by only 3 goals this week. They applied pressure in all areas of the court, with fantastic defence and a huge improvement in passing enabling the girls to outscore their opponents in the second half.
All girls are working hard to improve on their netball skills constantly, attempting to find space in attack and applying pressure in defence. Best award went to Georgia McIntyre who as always reads the play well allowing her to intercept and defend in GD. Second Best was Hannah Whyte whose speed and goal practice is paying off in GA.