Principal’s Blog

Ask not how good is your child, but how is your child good. Interestingly this was the take home message that resonated with many of the students who attended our family forum on our New Metrics for Success Partnership with the University of Melbourne. With […]

2022 Year 12 Retreat

From Tuesday 3 May – Thursday 5 May, our Year 12 cohort was lucky enough to experience their final camp, The Year 12 Retreat together, and needless to say, it was utterly fantastic! The team at Rutherford Park in Blampied were nothing short of the […]

Why Every Day Counts

We all want our students to get a great education, and the building blocks for a great education begin with students coming to school each and every day. Students develop good habits by going to school every day – habits that are necessary to succeed […]

Senior Years Information Night Recording

If you missed the Senior Years Information Session held on Monday 16 May. A recording of the session is now available. The Senior Years Information Night is specifically for parents of students in Years 9 and 10 because these are the students who will be […]

Fruit and Veggie Scraps = Compost

Did you know that our food scraps can be composted and recycled to create healthy, rich soil? Last week in Brigid’s Garden Program we focused on making compost. We learnt what goes into creating healthy compost and transforming our food scraps into amazingly rich, productive […]

University Open Days

Attending open days is an important step towards making decisions about your future education and training. Open days allow you to find out about an institution’s courses and programs on offer, explore campus facilities and speak with current students about their experience. Below is a […]

Years 9 and 10 Humanities Excursion

Students from Years 9 and 10 Humanities electives (Year 9 Political and Legal Systems and Year 10 Legal Studies) enjoyed exploring the Old Melbourne Gaol precinct in order to deepen their awareness of aspects of Victoria’s court system, sentencing and reflect on how the courts […]