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Junior Class Structure 2018

August 31, 2017
Last week, College Council approved the addition of another class on the junior campus for 2018. To read more, see the latest newsletter, Issue 27. Read More

What a Concert!

August 31, 2017
It was a pleasure to be a part of the audience last Thursday night to celebrate the Junior Campus’s Book week concert celebrations. To read more, see the latest newsletter, Issue 27. Read More

Bowls

August 31, 2017
We had a great mornings bowling at Grangeburn last Friday the Grade 2-6 and Year 9 and 10’s. To read more, see the latest newsletter, Issue 27. Read More

Noorat Clay Target Shoot

August 31, 2017
A very cold day was had at Noorat on Thursday with then other 350 competitors for Clay target shooting. To read more, see the latest newsletter, Issue 27. Read More

Book Week @ Senior

August 28, 2017
Mr Walsh’s English class have been busy creating Book Week posters. The theme was “Escape to everywhere”. To see more, see the latest newsletter Issue 26. Read More

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Service

August 28, 2017
Liza Ross (Yr 12) and Brooke Brabham (Yr 11) represented Good Shepherd College at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Service. To read more, see the latest newsletter, Issue 26. Read More

Western HUB Conference in Horsham

August 28, 2017
The 2017 Western Hub conference was held on Friday 18th August. To read more, see the latest newsletter, Issue 26. Read More

Witchetty Grubs in Yr 2/3 class

August 28, 2017
Witchety grubs visited the Year 2/3 classroom recently. To see more, see the latest newsletter, Issue 26. Read More

Crazy Ideas

August 17, 2017
Recently we participated in Crazy Ideas day. We need people to vote for the ideas. the best idea we have is Jayde’s team “Want an ice-cream parlour in Hamilton??” To read more, see the latest newsletter, Issue 25. Read More

Curious Minds

August 17, 2017
Congratulations to Year 10 student, Grace Walker, who has been identified as a top performer in the recent Big Science Competition and has been asked to take part in the Curious Minds Mentoring Program to support high achieving girls in the areas of Science, Technology. Engineering and Maths. To read more, see the latest newsletter,... Read More