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I hope you have settled into the Term well. We continue to have plenty of events and activities for our students to support and to be involved in– especially with the revised Enhancement offerings. In the past weeks we have had students rehearsing for the Victorian State School Spectacular as well as students participating in the Australian Mathematics Competition.

With Term 3 nearly at its midpoint, I’d like to take this opportunity to reflect on our focus value for this term of: Respect. It is encouraging to see the many ways our students have been demonstrating this value, including:



 Parent Teacher Student Conferences will be held on the 23rd of August.

This is an important opportunity for all families to engage in the learning journey with their child and our school. The partnership between student, school and parent is critical to ensuring academic success.

Parents can log into Compass and select their preferred times for these conferences.



Term 3 commenced with a Whole School Assembly that focused on Naidoc Week and its theme for 2023: “For the Elders.” Penny Norris, our Koorie Engagement Support Officer, delivered an engaging speech using her knowledge and perspective to remind us to reflect on the journeys, dedication, wisdom and strength of our Elders.

Education has been one of the most, if not the most important right that our Elders have fought for, modelled, and encouraged us to pursue. Education has since laid the foundations for many of our people to improve health, life, employment and positive intergenerational outcomes. Ensuring that every child has access to quality education is crucial, yet this is still not the reality for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and there is still work to do.



Planning is in full swing following the confirmation of stage 2 funding for our College facilities. Excitingly, we are now working towards starting construction in the final week of this term. Our tentative completion date is the end of September 2024.

Although we will be in communication with parents and families regarding the impact construction may have on school traffic and parking, we do encourage you to plan accordingly as the construction will create increased traffic along Glencairn Drive.



The recent school review was pleasing and our community should be proud of the work achieved by the school review panel. Our College and staff were recognised for their incredible efforts in establishing a new school. After a rigorous few days the panel has instated the following goals for the next strategic period:

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