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Open Events

We look forward to meeting prospective students and their parents at our open events in the next week. On Saturday 16 April, our Year 7 Learning Centre will be open from 2 – 4pm with attendees having the opportunity to participate in a range of interactive learning workshops with our Year 7 teaching team and…

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Open Afternoon & Open Night

Open Afternoon Come and experience the Year 7 Centre on Saturday 16th April, 2016 from 2.00-4.00pm. (SEAL information session at 3.00pm) Open Night See our whole College at work on Tuesday 19th April, 2016 from 7.00-9.00pm. (SEAL information session at 6.30pm)        

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Transition

An important part of our publicity in the lead up to our Open Afternoon (Saturday 16 April) and Open Night (Tuesday 19 April) are the visits we make to all feeder primary schools (14 schools). This started last week and involves myself, Jennifer Roep and George Tzimourtas taking some of our students to visit each…

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Setting Expectations for Students’ Use of Technology

We would like to share a video with our parents presented by youth worker and cyber safety advocate, Jamie Roberts. He offers a range of suggestions for parents who may be concerned that their adolescent children are spending too much time online. Jamie also discusses guidelines relating to online activity that will give parents some…

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Year of Review and New Strategic Plan

Great schools regularly evaluate their progress. They pause to reflect, undertaking a thorough analysis of the available data to look back on how well the human, financial, physical and information resources of the school have been deployed to achieve the goals and priorities in the school’s strategic plan. As mentioned in last week’s newsletter, following…

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Year 7 Camp

Term 1 is in full swing and everyone has settled back into a routine after enjoying the summer holidays. The Year 7 students headed off to Camp Rumbug last Wednesday, 4 days into their secondary school life. The camp was full of fun activities for the students to participate in each day including low ropes,…

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Strengthening Culture of Achievement

Strengthening Culture of Achievement My ongoing mantra to everyone here has been to set ‘High Expectations’ in everything we do, high expectations of our own performance and of those we influence, whether we are student, teacher or parent. Underpinning this focus are our core values of Personal Best, Integrity, Respect and Responsibility. It is so…

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Award Night

The Mordialloc College Award Night to be held at the Kingston City Town Hall is fast approaching on Wednesday 9 December. At this stage, all students who have been invited will have received a letter, via post or email, to inform them of the details. Congratulations to all of these recipients for their achievements across…

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Grade 5 Immersion Visits

Mordialloc College is committed to ensuring that all students are welcomed to the College through an informative yet nurturing and supportive transition program. As part of our transition initiatives this year we have offered our local feeder primary schools an opportunity for Grade 5 students to experience life at secondary school through a morning immersion…

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Guest Speaker – Glenn Manton

Tuesday 27 October was kick-started with self-empowerment from a guest speaker like no other, former football player Glenn Manton. He took us through his journey of self-growth and knowledge. He showed us how he came to be a better person by becoming familiar with himself and who he wants to be. He allowed us to…