Schools will begin a staged return from remote and flexible learning from Tuesday 26 May 2020. All students will attend school as normal from Tuesday 9 June 2020.
Counselling services can help with a wide range of health and wellbeing issues, including anxiety, stress, motivation, procrastination, social skills and low mood.
To learn remotely, students will follow their timetable on Compass and access lesson plans for each class at the appropriate time.
We have support services available for students and families to help navigate the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.
Following the announcement by the Minister for Education schools will transition to remote learning for Term 2.
The first students in Y Challenge class to organise their volunteering placement are also at the top of the class in terms of the high quality of their work.
The Year 11 Health and Human Development recently went on an excursion to the Mercy Hospital for Women.
Our Year 8 students went to Anglesea for three days and two nights of bonding and fear-fighting fun at the Araluen Lutheran camp.
School Captains provided dignitaries with a guided tour of our new facilities at our official -reopening!
The Year 7 seven cohorts went to La Trobe for a discovery day.