Term One Principal’s Report  With Term One drawing to a close, I would like to acknowledge the work of our staff and students during what felt like a very long term. It has been the first full term in two years, without a lock down or remote learning.  It has… Read More


Year 8 students have recently finished a Micro-fiction unit which has resulted in many excellent examples of writing in this form. Here are a few stand outs:    Blood red and faint fiery sky. Sunset clouds passing over sleeping trees. The waters reflection of the distant but bright sun. (Lilli… Read More

With Term 1 coming to an end, it is time to reflect on what students have achieved and what they will continue to achieve inTerm 2.   Athletics  The Year 8 students have been working hard during their Athletics unit. Over the past 4 weeks, students have been getting involved… Read More


Students will be introduced to the Premiers’ Reading Challenge over the coming weeks, particularly in their Independent Reading classes. This is a fantastic opportunity to invest time and interest into reading books and logging them into a database that keeps track of progress and how students may measure up against… Read More

As we wrap up the longest term staff and students have had onsite for over 2 years, we can finally reflect on what has been happening throughout Term 1.   Year 7 students have returned to the Targeted Learning Program – an additional activity our Year 7 students undertake as… Read More

Term 1 has been a very busy period in The Arts with some amazing work being produced and created by our students from all areas of The Arts.  Our Media students have been busy analysing various films and representations. It’s great to see their appreciation and love of film really… Read More

House Leaders Update  Term 1 has been a busy one. Biik students showed their enthusiasm and team spirit at the Swimming Carnival. Students were loud and proud with our red house chant and clappers. We may have come 4th place, but that didn’t stop our team spirit throughout the day!… Read More

Humanities students have been busy and hard-working in Term One.  Highlights include:  Year 9 World of Work students used Lego to create models of employment centres, including Melbourne Airport and Brice Avenue, Mooroolbark.  Working collaboratively, students then annotated Discovery Centre tables with careers most related to each place.  Year 10… Read More

As term 1 draws to a close, there are already some amazing things to celebrate in Instrumental Music and the Performing Arts.   Assemblies   We were very privileged to have a performance of the song ‘We are the World’ at the Harmony day assembly, performed by Hakha Chin students. It was… Read More