The Year 12 students recently wrapped up their final formal classes for 2023 – an achievement worth celebrating both academically and personally.
The inaugural WRSC Music Concert was held on Tuesday 10 October, with 54 music students performing, supported by our instrumental music team.
Twice a year, we offer Year 12 VCE students the opportunity to participate in an interactive workshop delivered by a VCAA English exam assessor and expert, Ross Huggard.
After a lot of phone calls and a visit to a police station, we were able to get First Constable Andy Moreton from the Preston Police Station Proactive Policing Unit to visit the school to speak to our class.
To contribute to a safer community, we organised a tyre safety check for participating staff members’ cars in our school in the school parking area.
The friendly Smile Squad dental team is onsite at William Ruthven Secondary College to conduct free dental checks for all students until Friday 11 August.
A key pillar of the vocational major courses is applied learning and this has led the class down the path of working as a school community to create a sand mandala.
During our week at the Outdoor Education camp at Rubicon Outdoor School, we explored different concepts such as teamwork, collaboration and leadership.
On June 13, we went to the Immigration Museum with EAL class to look at the story of Australia.
Helping younger students with their work has led to a flowering of confidence and pride in Summer.