After community consultation last year, the College Council agreed to adopt a minimum dress standard. The new College Polo Shirts are now widely worn across the college and two shirts were made available to each student for purchase via the "back-to-school voucher" program. While this is not a compulsory item of clothing, it is the minimum standard of dress required. The expectation is that students dress in a manner that would be appropriate in a work place. Students wearing singlets or "spaghetti straps", cropped tops, or t-shirts with inappropriate graphics or slogans may be asked to either change into a College shirt or return home to change.
Occupational Health and Safety requirements dictate the need for certain items of clothing to be worn for particular activities. For example closed-in shoes must be worn in Science laboratories, kitchens, workshops and for Physical Education practical classes.
Dear parents & community members,
We are over half way through Term 3, with numerous highly engaging and successful learning activities happening both inside and outside of classrooms, many highlighted in this newsletter.
Year 12 students are in the midst of completing final assessment tasks, with many preparing for exams. Please continue to support them as they conclude their secondary schooling.
During Term 3, much effort goes towards planning for the 2018 school year, including transition visits for Year 9 students, which are well under way, and 2018 subject selections by the current Year 10 & 11 students.
A 2018 Information Evening is being held at the college from 5.30pm to 7.00pm in the theatrette on Wednesday 20 September. All are welcome to come along, meet the staff and tour the facilities.
Tony Collins — Principal
- Wed 20 Sep 2018 Information Evening in the theatrette from 5.30pm. Supper provided.