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Primary AFL Clinics

May 19, 2023
In the last two weeks we have had some AFL clinics being run at our junior campus. The students loved the activities and improved their skills in handballing, kicking, gathering... Read More

Year 5/6 Camp

May 19, 2023
Our Year 5/6 students had an AMAZING time while on their camp at Sovereign Hill, Ballarat. I want to recognise and commend Mr Adrian Burn’s camp organisation, and thank him... Read More

Come & Try Day!

May 19, 2023
The college was a hive of activity on Wednesday as 30 Year 6 students from the wider community joined us for Come and Try Day. Students were immersed into the... Read More

Uniforms & Beanies!

May 19, 2023
Uniforms – change of season As noted in last fortnight’s letter, Term 2 begins the change to winter uniform. Winter uniforms were required to be worn from the beginning of... Read More

May Market – 5 days to go …

May 9, 2023
There’s only 5 days until May Market is here! So, let’s get another giveaway going! Like & share this post for your chance to win one of 3 Coffee and... Read More

2023 May Market – Kids Zone!

May 9, 2023
No need to worry about the kids annoying you… we’ve taken care of that! Buy them a Kids Zone wristband – with unlimited access to rides, activities and so much... Read More

2023 May Market

May 9, 2023
Saturday 13th May 2023 9.30am – 2.30pm Read More

May Market – 7 Days to go …

May 9, 2023
Can you believe it! Only 7 days until the 2023 May Market is here! So let’s get some giveaways started! Like and share this post for your chance to win... Read More

Term 2

April 6, 2023
Term 2 commences on Wednesday 26th April. Monday 24th April is a staff day. Tuesday 25th April is ANZAC Day (Public Holiday). Students can walk in the Hamilton march if... Read More

Term 1 recap

April 6, 2023
The end of daylight saving arrived over the weekend and I must admit I was very thankful for a slower start to Sunday morning! This term has been big, and by... Read More