On Thursday 13 May, our VCAL students visited the Geelong Port exploring careers and the history of operations. What an amazing opportunity to see local industry up close and in action.
Pumpkin soup now available on a daily basis. Soup and roll: $3.50 Don’t forget that lunch orders can now be placed over the counter at breakfast and first recess. If you want to beat the queue, order online, before 9am on the day of your […]
A reminder that unless you have been approved for extended payment terms OR pay via direct debits processed by Clonard, 70% of fees are due by the end of Term 2, June 25 2021 and the 30% remaining balance end of Term 3, Sept 17 […]
In Year 7 Numeracy, students continued their exploration of Fractions. They used MM’s to show how the same number of MM’s can be expressed as a common fraction, decimal fraction and also as a percentage. After a big week of NAPLAN, they then enjoyed eating […]
Last month, Year 11 student Ella Mustovic represented Victoria in the Australian Youth Beach Volleyball Championships – one of the highest levels for youth volleyball players! Ella – alongside her partner, Sienna – competed fiercely, remaining undefeated in the pool play process to become top […]
Reconciliation Week is coming! The 2021 theme is “More than a word. Reconciliation Takes Action”. Reconciliation Week is 27th May – 3rd June. Throughout this week there will be a number activities that will be taking place at lunchtime. This year we will be fundraising […]
This Term, the Year 9 Advanced English classes have been looking that the ways in which texts are used to persuade. We are exploring how people use social media platform Instagram in different ways to influence their followers. Samantha Elevato who runs a successful Torquay […]
In Term 1 the Year 7 Advanced English classes explored the classic Hero’s Journey narrative structure. Most stories in film and literature follow some variation of this structure including Disney, Harry Potter and Star Wars. The girls did a deep dive into how J.K. Rowling […]