Through being engaged in what global media networks have to show us, our students have learned about meaningful movements like the #BlackLivesMatter movement.
The wellbeing team enjoyed greeting students on their arrival back to school with a welcome breakfast on the first day back from remote learning for all year level groups.
Our Year 12 VCAL class recently made American-style burgers and fries, pasta, souvlaki and stir fry for one of their Learning Outcomes in Work Related Skills.
We know that some of our school community are experiencing financial hardship; here you’ll find a list of agencies that can provide assistance.
WRSC student Jack Fratto opted to do the Y Challenge because he wanted to experience something different.
WRSC student Shannan Giampa tells us all about what she learned during her Y Challenge.
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.
During lockdown, the WRSC students reached out to bridge the distance between them and some of these isolated people through a letter writing campaign initiated by the City of Darebin.
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.