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Discovery Day – Wednesday 3 May

April 28, 2017
If you are still considering where to send your child, be it 2018 or beyond, come and let your Pre School child or 3 year old child participate in our Discovery Day. Wednesday 3 May, 9.00-10.30am. Parents are free to leave their child with us, or stay. We are also offering a walk over program... Read More

Murray Grey Youth Showing Competition

April 28, 2017
Great weekend packed full of workshops and handling cattle.  We received two awards; Grace received fourth in parading, and Joel received Novice herdsmen encouragement award. To read more, see this week’s newsletter, Issue 11.   Read More

ANZAC Day

April 28, 2017
Despite the forecast for inclement weather, we were blessed with fine conditions for the morning ANZAC Day march through the streets of Hamilton. To read more, see this week’s newsletter, Issue 11. Read More

Year 2/3 Camp

April 28, 2017
Despite the rainy weather, Miss Simons’ class had a wonderful time in Halls Gap. To read more, see this week’s newsletter, Issue 11. Read More

Grandparents Day

April 20, 2017
Thankyou to the Grandparents and Parents who were able to attend our classroom activities, sausage sizzle and Chapel service at the end of last term. To read more, see this weeks newsletter. Read More

Chapel Appeal

April 20, 2017
Over the past 6 months, the college has received a number of generous donations towards the refurbishment of our existing hall into a new Chapel and Performing Arts space. To read more, see this weeks newsletter, Issue 10. Read More

Congratulations Heidi

April 20, 2017
Former student and now current staff member, Heidi Simons has Graduated from Deakin University with a Distinction in Bachelor of Education. To read more, see this weeks newsletter, Issue 10. Read More

HPV Success

April 20, 2017
During the first weekend of the school holidays, our junior and senior teams travelled to Mt Gambier to compete in the first race of the season against over 60 other competitors. To read more, see this weeks newsletter, Issue 10. Read More