Last Friday evening at the Geelong West Town Hall, the College and House Prefects as well as Year 12 students organised the 6th annual East Timor Trivia Night. All funds raised go to the ...

Last Friday evening at the Geelong West Town Hall, the College and House Prefects as well as Year 12 students organised the 6th annual East Timor Trivia Night. All funds raised go to the College’s East Timor project in Viqueque. It was a night of testing trivia questions and great celebration when one got a question correct.

The final amount raised was just on $8,600.

Apart from the trivia questions there were silent and public auctions. The auction items were graciously donated and I wish to acknowledge the generosity of those people and businesses who supported this event. The public auction of a signed Geelong football jumper was interesting with even non-Geelong supporters bidding.

There were several staff tables and we appreciate their support. It was also good to see many students there, trying to outsmart their teachers. The support of the student body filled many tables and they really enjoyed themselves. For many, it was their first trivia evening. It is a testament to the love our students have for our Viqueque project that many past students were in attendance.

A memorable evening was had by all.

We wish to acknowledge the tireless work of past students Hayley Dridan, Erin Dridan and Maddie Riddle, their assistance to this year’s organisers has been invaluable.

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Hi Parents,

This week year 5 to 9 students attended a talk led by David Burt from the organisation (SALT), meaning, Sport and Life Training, in the College Auditorium. 

David spent time on the issues outlined below. The students were engaged throughout this session and the relevance to them was evident.

Social Media and the Internet

• Advantages and disadvantages of social media

• Who is watching you?

• Things future employers hate to see

• Cyber bullying

• How to keep your social media content healthy

• Phishing

• Sexting

• Time and productivity

• Sleep

Vilification, Discrimination and Bullying

• Why people discriminate and bully

• Racial vilification

• Cyber bullying

• Sexual harassment

• What to do if you are being vilified

• Who to turn to

• Changing bullying culture

Online Gambling

• The facts about gambling

• Traps for the punter

• Young people and gambling

• Bet regret

• Alternatives to gambling

 

Some key points and questions coming out of the session include…….

Our personal decisions affect what happens on social media. Who do you accept into your inner circle when involved in cyber activities? How is this going to impact me in the future? What does your software history look like? What does your digital footprint say about you? Count 10 before you send. Would my grandmother approve? Words can be deadly, think before you text. There is a need to set the boundaries on video games. How can you sleep better?

The above are some of the great questions and thoughts that you can discuss with your son or daughter at home. 

Please remember that if you need to talk about any issue concerning yourself or family, do make a time to see me, email, or phone.

Take Care,

Gary Crole

Christian College Geelong, Bellarine Campus Chaplain.   

 

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There have been many special performance opportunities recently for the Junior School students. On Friday August 12th the Junior Strings and Year 3 Singing Workshop, (the entire Year 3 co...

There have been many special performance opportunities recently for the Junior School students. On Friday, 12th August, the Junior Strings and Year 3 Singing Workshop, (the entire Year 3 cohort) performed magnificently at the Geelong Schools' Music and Movement Festival. This was followed by wonderful performances by the Year 4 Singing Workshop (First Place) and the Junior School Choir (Second Place) at the Geelong Eisteddfod on Tuesday, 16th August. To cap off this busy time the Year 3 and 4 Singing Workshop groups, along with the Junior Choir, performed at the first ever Christian College All Choirs Performance Evening held at St Marys of the Angels Basilica on Wednesday, 17th August. This was a very special experience for all students involved, performing to a maximum capacity audience at St Marys, there wasn’t a spare seat to be found. All performing students can be extremely proud of their achievements over the past week. The Music Staff look forward to working towards more performance goals later in the year.

Carla Barnett

Music Coordinator & Head of College Choral Program Highton Campus

 

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Dear Parents of Years 5, 7 and 9,

This year as part of the Federal Government National Benchmark Assessments in Literacy and Numeracy, students at Christian College along with other students across Australia, have participated in State based standardised assessments to monitor trends in these learning areas.

In Australia students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 have completed a National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) test conducted by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority.

Your child’s results will be sent home TODAY in a sealed envelope, addressed to parents. They are in the standard form of feedback provided for all students throughout Australia. In order to fully understand the context of your child’s grade, it is important all the provided information is read thoroughly and carefully.

 

Mr Tony Costa

Head of Campus

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Please find attached information regarding our upcoming Learning Conferences. If you wish to discuss further your student’s Semester 1 Summative report, or aspects of the In Time reporting feedback, Learning Conferences will be conducted on Thursday 25th August, between 4.00pm – 8.00pm.We look forward to sharing in discussions with you around the progress of your young person so far this term.

We ask that all students from Years 3 to 9 accompany their parents as part of our conference process. Research suggests that student learning can be impacted positively through the teacher providing direct feedback to individual students. It also provides opportunity for reflection, questions and discussion pertinent to goal setting for Semester 2. We feel that parents will also benefit from these opportunities for discussion and feedback. 

 

Mr. Nicholas Watson

Head of Bellarine Campus

Learning Conference Parent Information

Learning Conference Booking Instructions

 

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This week on Monday at lunch time we were very fortunate to have 2 refugees from Iraq come and share their story with our Year 12 Health and Human Development and Global Politics classes....

This week on Monday at lunch time we were very fortunate to have 2 refugees from Iraq come and share their story with our Year 12 Health and Human Development and Global Politics classes. The mother, Siham and her daughter, Farah, were displaced for 19 years until they arrived in Australia last year. Siham told students of her difficult decision to flee Iraq to escape the war so as to try to give her children a better life. 

They sold all their possessions and fled to Jordan, where they lived as illegal immigrants for 7 years. When Jordanian authorities managed to find their location, they would have to flee in fear, leaving the simple home that they had created with the belongings that they had accumulated to start all over again!

They then moved to Malaysia where their son was granted a student visa, to arrive and discover that the educational course was in fact a scam. They lost a large sum of money in the venture. They then applied to the United Nations and they were granted refugee status in Australia.

Students were really touched by Siham and Farah’s difficult life. To put a face to people’s real struggles as refugees was very powerful. It gave students an empathy that some commented that they did not have prior to hearing their story. 

Tracy Dawson, Health and Human Development Teacher

 

 

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On Thursday the 18th of August it was our absolute honour and privilege to host the Vietnam Veterans Service here at Middle School Highton. The service was held in our Chapel and was attended by Vietnam veterans and their families, servicemen and women, local members of parliament, many Geelong organisations and students from each of Christian College Campuses. It was certainly an honour to hear Colonel Jan McCarthy speak of her nursing work during the Vietnam war. Such an inspiring lady, with an amazing story of service and survival.

Highton School Captains, Tess O'Neil and Zachary Devonish had the opportunity to march with the servicemen and women and lay a wreath during the service. 

Vice Captain Breella Case spoke wonderfully when reading the poem 'Why men who have been to war, yearn to reunite', bringing solace and emotion to the service.

The Last Post and Rouse is a significant aspect of a memorial service such as this, particularly given 2016 is the 50th year commemoration of the Battle of Long Tan. We are proud that our talented Year 9 student, George Elliss had the privilege of playing this within the service, and did so to the highest of quality, marking the respect of our community towards those that fought and served our country in the Vietnam war. 

 

Mr Tony Costa

Head of Campus

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On Thursday the 18th of August our Junior School Captains Fane Vaitohi and Damon DeGaris ably represented our Junior School at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Day service at Christian Colle...

On Thursday the 18th of August our Junior School Captains Fane Vaitohi and Damon DeGaris ably represented our Junior School at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Day service at Christian College Middle School. The service was held in the Middle School Chapel and was attended by Vietnam veterans and their families, servicemen and women, local members of parliament, many Geelong organisations and students from each of Christian College Campuses. It was an honour and a privilege to hear Colonel Jan McCarthy speak of her nursing work during the Vietnam war. Fane and Damon had the opportunity to lay a wreath during the service. Some of these wreaths have been brought back to Junior School and laid at the foot of our flagpole to show our support and respect for these servicemen and women.   

Ann-Marree Weigl

Deputy Head of Campus

 

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It is with great excitement and anticipation that we announce our Book Week 2016 Parade on Tuesday, 23rd August.  Students are asked to come to school dressed as a favourite book characte...

It is with great excitement and anticipation that we announce our Book Week 2016 Parade on Tuesday, 23rd August.  Students are asked to come to school dressed as a favourite book character.  We will commence the day with a Book Week Parade which will be held, weather permitting, on the round-a-bout or alternatively in the gym.  Parents are warmly welcome to join in the celebration and watch the parade.

Mrs Elliss and Mrs Kreeck

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Thank you to parents (and students!) who attended our Learning Conferences this week. The productive and collaborative dialog shared, forms the very fabric of a sound partnership in the educational journey of each young person. We appreciate every opportunity we have to meet with parents as we continue to build the important relationships between yourself and our teaching staff. We are looking forward to continuing this partnership as the year progresses.

 

Mr Tony Costa

Head of Campus

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“Last week 14 Year 9 girls from the Outdoor and Environmental Studies elective travelled to Wilson’s Promontory National Park for a four-day bushwalking trip. This class have been studyin...

“Last week 14 Year 9 girls from the Outdoor and Environmental Studies elective travelled to Wilson’s Promontory National Park for a four-day bushwalking trip. This class have been studying the biodiversity, management practices, historical and contemporary uses, and future management issues of the park. The girls were blessed with wonderful weather and encountered stunning views and abundant wildlife. They all came away with not only a greater understanding and appreciation of the natural world, but also learnt to become more resourceful, independent, and interdependent young adults.”

Mr Tim Wright

Outdoor and Enviornmental Studies Teacher

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The Years 10 and 11 Student Learning Conferences are on Thursday 1st September from 10.00am to 1.00pm, 2.00pm to 5.00pm and 6.00pm to 8.00pm.
There will be no classes that day for all sen...

The Years 10 and 11 Student Learning Conferences are on Thursday 1st September from 10.00am to 1.00pm, 2.00pm to 5.00pm and 6.00pm to 8.00pm.

There will be no classes that day for all senior school students.

Even though we have in-time reporting it is still vital to have that “face to face” conversation. We do encourage students to attend the conferences with their parents so they may hear what is discussed for their benefit.

Booking are made online and I encourage all parents and students to attend. It is not just about receiving feedback but also teachers wish to hear who they can better teach your son or daughter.

Thank you for your support.

Online Booking of Student Learning Conferences

To make appointments for Year 10 and 11 Student Learning Conferences, please use the online booking system at www.schoolinterviews.com.au, enter the school event code (wv82e) and book the teachers and times preferred.  The ‘Online Conference Booking Information’ notice has full instructions on making bookings. Please take note of booking closing details.

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Ashton Scholastic Book Club orders: Issue 6 have been distributed and should be returned to school by Monday, 22nd August, 2016. We would ask that all orders are sent to school by this du...

Ashton Scholastic Book Club orders: Issue 6 have been distributed and should be returned to school by Monday, 22nd August, 2016. We would ask that all orders are sent to school by this due date, as late orders delay the collation and distribution of the children’s books.

Also, could all payments please be either cheque or credit card payments .

Cheque – made payable to Ashton Scholastic.

Credit card – payment can be made by phone (Automated free call 1800 557 908) or online. For the online option, please follow the prompts for 'Parent Payments' on the Ashton Scholastic site at www.scholastic.com.au As you follow the prompts, you will be given a receipt number which will need to be recorded and returned together with your child's order form. 

At present, our school is not using the 'Loop' (Linking online payments and cash) option. Please do not send cash.

Thank you for your assistance and for your support of Book Club.

 

 

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On Tuesday, the 16th of August the Year 7 students had the privilege of hearing an important message from one of their peers, Ted Paige-Walker. Ted shared about his experience over the recent holidays where he served the community by visiting the homeless around the Bellarine with the Salvation Army Outreach Van and Captain Peter Hobbs. Ted explained that homelessness is a hidden issue in our community and explained how with the Salvation Army, and our College community, we could reach out to help.

He was joined by Captain Peter Hobbs and Andrew Allen, a Christian College staff member. The accounts shared by Captain Hobbs and Andrew provided students with an insight into the real people in our community who are experiencing homelessness and this had a profound impact on the students and staff in attendance. 

The challenge for our students and families is to take action. We have been asked to donate beanies, scarves, gloves, all toiletries (soap, shampoo, toilet paper) and blankets. Ted encouraged the students by expressing how proud he would be to know that the items distributed by the Salvation Army Outreach Van were donated by 'his friends' in our community. This has now become part of the 7 for 7 program and there are incentives for students to participate in either donating or promoting donation. We also have plans to incorporate the Food Technology and Community Service electives.

Ted has continued to champion this cause throughout the term and also written a piece for the newsletter asking for assistance from our college community. He is an amazing example of faith in action and we are all proud of how he is leading the charge with our Year 7 students.

 

Michelle Williams

Year 7 Coordinator 

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Dear Parents of Years 3, 5, 7 and 9,

This year as part of the Federal Government National Benchmark Assessments in Literacy and Numeracy, students at Christian College along with other students across Australia, have participated in State based standardised assessments to monitor trends in these learning areas.

In Australia students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 have completed a National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) test conducted by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority.

Your child’s results will be sent home through the homeroom folder addressed to parents, today.  They are in the standard form of feedback provided for all students throughout Australia. In order to fully understand the context of your child’s grade, it is important all the provided information is read thoroughly and carefully.

 

Nicholas Watson

Head of Bellarine Campus

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Students expect to receive feedback and teachers expect to give it. The question is how that feedback is received. If it is positive and glowing then from my experience the students are h...

Students expect to receive feedback and teachers expect to give it. The question is how that feedback is received. If it is positive and glowing then from my experience the students are happy to receive this type at any time.

The more difficult aspect is receiving feedback about improvement which may be seen as negative.

Honest feedback is a priority and teachers are skilled at giving it along with the means to improve. Parents and guardians rightly expect detailed feedback on what went right, what can be improved and how that may take place?

The challenge for the students is to see these three steps and not just focus on what they may see as negative. If students see the three steps as all positive, then improvement will take place. It is right to expect “what” and “how” to improve and then try to implement it. If that implementation is not going according to plan then students need to go to their teacher and discuss. Teachers will be observing how that is progressing.

This will lead to improvement and we need to realise that it does not always work the first time. Mastery of one’s subject comes in many forms and it is important for students to try to understand “how they learn”. Once that is determined then improvement will also occur.

The premise of the above is the solid relationship between student and teacher. The teacher knows their students well and are best placed to guide them through their studies. The responsibility of the student is to share their questions, challenges and aspirations with their teachers.

That builds the relationship that allows for the three steps on “what went right”, “what can be improved” and “how that may take place”?

Graeme Dent, Head of Senior School

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Friendship is one of the most important aspects of our students lives here at Middle School. It is also one of the most common areas of stress and difficulty that we come across. As a School we are passionate about our students having a growth mindset – this applies not only to our academic learning, but learning in so many different areas of life – including friendship. 

Each time I come across a student or a group of students who are concerned about friendship, I remind them of this really important truth – we are all still learning! 

The reality is that we cannot expect ALL our students to get along ALL of the time; this is an unrealistic expectation that we cannot place upon them. However, we do encourage our students to be friendly TO everyone, even if they can’t be friends WITH everyone. If we were to give up on a friendship when we are disappointed, hurt, let down or frustrated with a friend – then we may find ourselves without friends quite quickly. 

Colossians 3:12 Since God chose you to be the holy people he loves, you must clothe yourselves with tenderhearted mercy, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience. 13 Make allowance for each other’s faults, and forgive anyone who offends you. Remember, the Lord forgave you, so you must forgive others. 14 Above all, clothe yourselves with love, which binds us all together in perfect harmony.

I love the scripture above as it gives such great advice regarding friendship – clothe yourselves with tenderhearted mercy, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Let’s encourage our students to ‘put on’ these traits. Making allowance for each other’s faults – this acknowledges that no-one is perfect – we are ALL going to make mistakes, and when it happens it doesn't mean we are going to walk away. 

Forgive anyone that offends you – This can be a very difficult but powerful concept. Forgiveness is not about excusing someone’s behavior, but it is about choosing to not let those behaviours or actions negatively affect my life – and again, acknowledging that the other person isn’t perfect. 

Clothe yourself in love, which binds us all together in unity – Love is the ultimate, isn’t it? We have heard it said ‘Love makes the World go ‘round’. Here, the scripture reminds us that love brings unity. So many times I have asked students – do you want to give up on this friendship? And 99% of the time the answer is NO! I love this, because it shows that they value and cherish their friends, even if they find the friendship difficult at times. This is the attitude of young people that I love. They are so willing to forgive and move on if they are encouraged to do so. Sometimes, all they need are a few tools to help them get there. 

This year at Middle School we are implementing restorative practices to help our students LEARN how to restore their friendships, so that when they do fall out with friends, they have learned new tools with how to deal with it and move on. 

We encourage you as parents, to keep having conversations with your children about how to be a good friend. As we do this, let’s remember to encourage our students to be kind, humble, gentle and patient, to make allowance for each others imperfections, to forgive and most of all to seek to restore broken friendships when possible. 

 

Georgie Kettle, Chaplain

 

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Geelong Legacy Club Inc. is a volunteer organization dedicated to assisting the widows and children of deceased ex-service personnel.  Each year, during the first week of September, Legac...

Geelong Legacy Club Inc. is a volunteer organization dedicated to assisting the widows and children of deceased ex-service personnel.  Each year, during the first week of September, Legacy conducts a Badge Appeal to raise funds to help provide the care and assistance currently provided to over 1200 widows, 9 school children, 1 pre-schooler and some disabled adults in the Geelong area. For many years Christian College Junior School has supported this worthy cause. Red Badges and Wristbands are available for purchase from the office for $2 each. Pens are available for $3.  If you would like to support this voluntary organization please send along money with your child.

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HOUSE COMPETITION
The race for the highly sort after DC Riddle Cup is heating up. With only 3 events remaining for the calendar year these final events will be crucial to the overall stan...

HOUSE COMPETITION

The race for the highly sort after DC Riddle Cup is heating up. With only 3 events remaining for the calendar year these final events will be crucial to the overall standings. It is a tight race at the top and the trophy is still up for grabs.

Taylor had full teams present for each day for the House Maths/English Challenge. With the spelling skills of Carley McKiterick on display for the big final, she certainly did her English teachers and Taylor House proud. We thank her and everyone for being involved on each of these days.

I am pleased to report that Emily Scott and Will Johnstone, both in 10.T6, have been showing great leadership and working on the script for the upcoming House Drama event. Rehearsals have commenced with students from all year levels involved in the performance. The theme for this year’s House Drama event is ‘Future’.

The Villa Paloma has been a hive of activity of late, with the students from each House working on the much anticipated Wearable Art competition. Taylor House has assembled a dedicated team of fashion design and artistic gurus to create this year’s costumes. I know everyone at Senior School eagerly awaits the last day of term 3, to see the amazing works come to life on the cat walk.

The House football teams have been chosen and this will begin next week and always makes for an exciting event. Houses play a modified version of touch football which creates a lot of excitement and the opportunity for super goals and offcourse points towards the DC Riddle Cup. 

LEADERSHIP

Thanks to those House Group teachers who have had a chance to speak about leadership during HG over the last week. It is good for all students to hear about leadership and the opportunities available to them at CGG. It is especially important for those considering applying for leadership roles. We were lucky to have Zoe Collins speak to the assembly about her role as a House Prefect. We will also be hearing from Bronte Kerger at our next assembly about the role of a College Prefect. 

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Finally a big thank you to Kim Doherty and T4 who held a morning tea last week to raise funds for the Fred Hollows Foundation. T4 Invited neighbouring House Groups and raised $75 which is enough to restore the eyesight of 3 people. It also created a great opportunity for students to socialise and reflect on a busy start to the term.

Towards the end of term 3 and beginning of term 4, Taylor House students will be asked to bring some non-perishable food items to support a very worthy cause in our local area which is the SalvoConnect Project. More information will be distributed as we move closer to the date. 

Thanks to all the House Group teachers and excellent Taylor students who make Taylor House what it is. 

Steve Sullivan, Head of Taylor House

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On Thursday the 18th of August it was an absolute honour and privilege to host the Vietnam Veterans Service at Middle School Highton. The service was held in the College Chapel and was at...

On Thursday the 18th of August it was an absolute honour and privilege to host the Vietnam Veterans Service at Middle School Highton. The service was held in the College Chapel and was attended by Vietnam veterans and their families, servicemen and women, local members of parliament, many Geelong organisations and students from each of Christian College Campuses. It was certainly an honour to hear Colonel Jan McCarthy speak of her nursing work during the Vietnam war. Such an inspiring lady, with an amazing story of service and survival.

Bellarine Campus School Captain, Noah Broomhead and Yr. 9 Prefect Jack Gray had the opportunity to march with the servicemen and women and lay a wreath during the service. 

Nicholas Watson

Head of Bellarine Campus

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You are warmly invited to join in celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Bellarine Campus.
The day will be filled with celebration, entertainment, reminiscing and campus tours as we refl...

You are warmly invited to join in celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Bellarine Campus.

The day will be filled with celebration, entertainment, reminiscing and campus tours as we reflect on the past 20 years and look forward to what the future has in store.

Sunday 11th September 2016 | 2pm to 5pm
(Doors open at 1.30pm)

Bellarine Campus Auditorium
40 Collins Street, Drysdale 3222

For catering purposes please RSVP the number attending to events@ccg.vic.edu.au by Friday 3 September 2016. 

The Bellarine Campus has come such a long way over the past 20 years...in 1996, sixty-two foundation students assembled in the chapel to commence the school year. In 2016 we have more than 450 students experiencing the wonderful education offered at the Bellarine Campus.
Come and join the celebration!

 

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The year 3 students have been excited by the Rio Olympics during Integrated Studies. The students have been learning about what countries are involved in the Games. Working in groups, stu...

The year 3 students have been excited by the Rio Olympics during Integrated Studies. The students have been learning about what countries are involved in the Games. Working in groups, students represented a country. They researched the flag and other information about the country. Students then presented their findings to the class and stuck their flag on the map to pin point where their country is located. 

 

Sam Kennedy and Sapphire main

Year 3 Classroom Teachers

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Within their Geography classes this term, the Year 7 Highton students have been exploring the movement of water through the Geelong Region. After attending various sites in Geelong during Week 3,  the students returned to the classroom and worked in groups to share knowledge, record information, complete sketches and create a three dimensional model of the entire Barwon River system. This complex task demanded the application of many Building Learnign Power (BLP) muscles including Interdependence, Imagination, Planning, Listening and above all, Collaboration. Next, the students will apply their new learning to tackling water issues facing our global community, including water scarcity in Asia and Africa. This study will culminate in the students crafting a real-world ‘call to action’ for all of us, and we are excited to see what they will create.

 

Adam Kennedy

Year 7 Geography Teacher

 

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It was a pleasure to see our Middle School Choir perform at our first ever Christian College All Choirs Performance Evening held at St Marys of the Angels Basilica on Wednesday, August 17th. This was a very special experience for all students involved, performing to a maximum capacity audience at St Marys, there wasn’t a spare seat to be found! Parents and special guests were blessed with wonderful performances from our talented Choir students from across the College, bookended by our beautiful smiling Junior School students and our inspiring Senior Choir, the night was a wonderful showcase of our choral program.

 

Carla Barnett

Music Coordinator & Head of College Choral Program

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Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 
125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.
Education needs profe...

Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) in Geelong is assisting this need with its Bachelor of Education (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Primary) degrees through a partnership that has been established with Tabor College of Higher Education.

CCITL commenced in 2016 and as a new institute of higher learning, it is unique. It has a small, intimate environment and low staff-student ratios to ensure that you get individual attention and become well acquainted with faculty, staff and peers. The timing and amount of practicum placement, where you have the opportunity to combine theory with practice, is a key difference between CCITL degrees and those of other educational institutions.

·      Offering fully accredited and recognised degrees

·      Low staff-student ratios

·      Supportive learning environment

·      A Christian perspective

·      Non-denominational

·      Located within the Geelong Tertiary Precinct

·      Boarding accommodation available

If you are a current Year 12 student or someone who is thinking of a career change, we invite you to come along to the CCITL Open Day Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm. Meet with lecturers, current CCITL students, tour the facilities, ask questions and learn all about CCITL degrees.

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We congratulate and wish the following Year 4 students all the very best as they represent the College at the Deakin District Athletic Championships on Thursday 25th August. Students will...

We congratulate and wish the following Year 4 students all the very best as they represent the College at the Deakin District Athletic Championships on Thursday 25th August. Students will be travelling to and from Landy Field by College bus, leaving our Junior Campus at 8:50am and returning by 3pm. Correct College sport uniform needs to be worn at these Championships. Please bring all food and drink for the day as there is no canteen in operation at the venue. We welcome parents to come and support the team on the day. Please advise Mr Richardson if your child will not be coming on the bus and you will be meeting us at the venue. Team members include: Boys – Charley Green, Basyl Jalil, Xavier Nelson, Angus Fuller, Archer Jaques, Martin Dean, Anthony Williams, Spencer Jones; Girls – Emily Major, Emily Lawrie, Isabelle McKinnis, Lara De Beer, Charlotte Goldsmith, Alexis Jane, Felicity Lillico, Isabella Condro, Grace Walsh, Catherine Seymour, Zoe Morgan.

 

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The Entertainment Books will only be available to purchase at the ‘CHRISTIAN COLLEGE’ – BELLARINE campus until  25th August.  After this date you may still purchase the digital App or boo...

The 2016/2017 Entertainment Books will now only be available to purchase at the the following website, https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/113s193. By using the Christian College code, the digital App or book (free postage to your home address) will still contribute $12 per book sold , towards our Project Care fundraising. So, please feel free to let any of your families & friends know that they can support the school whilst accessing some wonderful deals.  Potentially a fantastic Father’s day present! 

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This year Christian College Middle School is participating in the 40 Hour Famine....and it starts TODAY!

Our Devotional Prefects have put together a video clip to help encourage and inspire our students to consider how we approach this from a Faith perspective. Please check it out!

World Vision has been raising funds through the 40 hour famine for many years now with a desire to wipe out global poverty. Students have been invited to participate by choosing to give something up for 40 hours over the weekend of the 19 – 21 August. Students are choosing to give up things like food, furniture, social media etc. In order to fundraise, they are asking friends and family to sponsor them. Our Middle School goal is $5000 which is very achievable if everybody gives something, however big or small. We are so excited to see so many students wanting to participate in such a meaningful and sacrificial way.

If you would like to give towards our goal of $5000, head to http://www.40hourfamine.com.au/, click on ‘Support a team’ and type in Christian College Highton – Middle School,  then click ‘GIVE NOW’. Every donation will make a real difference to children suffering due to poverty and hunger. 

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It was a pleasure to see our Bellarine Campus School Choir perform at our first ever Christian College All Choirs Performance Evening held at St Marys of the Angels Basilica on Wednesday,...

It was a pleasure to see our Bellarine Campus School Choir perform at our first ever Christian College All Choirs Performance Evening held at St Marys of the Angels Basilica on Wednesday, August 17th. This was a very special experience for all students involved, performing to a maximum capacity audience at St Marys, there wasn’t a spare seat to be found! Parents and special guests were blessed with wonderful performances from our talented Choir students from across the College, bookended by our beautiful smiling Middle and Junior School students and our inspiring Senior Choir, the night was a wonderful showcase of our choral program. 

Lesley Walters

Music and Choir Teacher

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Modelled on the successful and innovative programs at ‘Williams House’ Kindergarten, Christian College is excited to announce that the same opportunities will be accessible to Armstrong C...

Modelled on the successful and innovative programs at ‘Williams House’ Kindergarten, Christian College is excited to announce that the same opportunities will be accessible to Armstrong Creek and Surf Coast families in 2017.  ‘Butterfield House’ is preparing to open its doors for local pre-schoolers and families of this region in 2017, providing for both general community access, and for children transitioning to the Christian College Surf Coast Campus in 2018 and beyond.

The core of our approach to early learning is this:

- valuing personal connections,

- valuing wonder and

- valuing personal discovery.

All of these aspects are approached through a context of community and play, beautiful and thoughtfully presented environments, and generous access to outdoor spaces, including a bush kinder model.

Extensive plans are being activated to create a centre that includes the appointment of highly qualified and experienced staff. Also, the highest standards of physical spaces, such as easy ‘indoor/outdoor’ access, ample natural light, a heavy emphasis on the use of natural materials, and, the development of impressive gardens and outdoor discovery areas.

Help us spread the word to friends and family who may be interested in enrolling!

For more information:
(03) 52413556 
kinder@ccg.vic.edu.au

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We are now in the process of planning classes and confirming enrolments for next year (2017) and also for 2018. Parents are reminded that siblings of current students, expecting to start ...

We are now in the process of planning classes and confirming enrolments for next year (2017) and also for 2018. Parents are reminded that siblings of current students, expecting to start at Christian College Junior School in 2017/2018 at any year level, must also complete an individual enrolment form. Please visit or phone our reception staff if you require an additional enrolment form.

A reminder also that if your child/ren will not be attending Christian College in 2017, a full term’s notice, in writing, is required to ensure you are not charged Term 1 2017 fees.  

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You are warmly invited to join in celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Bellarine Campus.
The day will be filled with celebration, entertainment, reminiscing and campus tours as we refl...

You are warmly invited to join in celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Bellarine Campus.

The day will be filled with celebration, entertainment, reminiscing and campus tours as we reflect on the past 20 years and look forward to what the future has in store.

Sunday 11th September 2016 | 2pm to 5pm
(Doors open at 1.30pm)

Bellarine Campus Auditorium
40 Collins Street, Drysdale 3222

For catering purposes please RSVP the number attending to events@ccg.vic.edu.au by Friday 3 September 2016. 

The Bellarine Campus has come such a long way over the past 20 years...in 1996, sixty-two foundation students assembled in the chapel to commence the school year. In 2016 we have more than 450 students experiencing the wonderful education offered at the Bellarine Campus.
Come and join the celebration!

 

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Recognising a need for our Middle School students to have a Healthy Food Option to purchase at school has presented our Food Technology students with a real and exciting opportunity. We h...

Recognising a need for our Middle School students to have a Healthy Food Option to purchase at school has presented our Food Technology students with a real and exciting opportunity. We have decided to trial a “Pop up Café” as part of our program. The years 7, 8 & 9 students will be making a variety of healthy food options using fresh seasonal produce. The students will prepare and package the food items in their Food Technology class and sell their products at lunchtime in our Pop up Café located outside the Food Technology room. Price range will be between $2 - $8 and the items on offer will be written up on the café chalk board at the beginning of the day. Our first café will open on Thursday, September 1st, followed by Wednesday, September 7th.

Our vision for the café is to include other subject areas to become involved in this community café. Already our VCD students have been briefed on designing a café name and logo, outdoor space, sustainable food packaging and promotional materials. Some students have been busy making cushions for the outdoor seats and buntings to decorate the space. The music department will provide a rotation of up and coming Middle School artists to perform live at the café during opening hours to help create a friendly and inviting vibe around this space where students can come to eat, relax and mingle. 

Sally Gray

Food Technology Teacher

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2016 Sayembara Lisan Indonesian Speaking Contest – Geelong and State finalists

On Monday 15th August, Indonesian students from Senior, Middle and Junior campuses celebrated their success at this year’s Geelong Regional Sayembara Lisan speaking contest with a pizza lunch and awards presentation held at the Middle School SAC. Each student was acknowledged for their hard work in preparing individual performances in Indonesian and gaining a place representing the Geelong region at the 2016 State Finals held at the Sidney Myer Asia Centre at Melbourne University.

We congratulate the following Junior, Middle and Senior students for their outstanding success at the State Finals, pictured here at the Award Ceremony in July.  

State Finalists Sayembara Lisan 2016

Level II:               Java Lucas (3rd place) 

Year 7B:              Michelle Zhao (1st place) 

Year 8B:              Emily Angus (2nd place) 

Year 8C:              Naomi Chang (1st place) 

Year 9B:              Sophie de Rosso (3rd place) 

Year 10:              Chloe Chang (2nd place), Angus Cormick (3rd place) 

Year 11:              Cathy De Rosso (2nd place)

 

Mrs Julienne Welsh

Indonesian Teacher

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Australian Computer Society

An initiative of the Australian Computer Society, the ACS Foundation was established in August 2001 to facilitate both private and public sponsorship of technology education and research projects. By connecting students, universities and industry, the Foundation is the prime supporter of Australia’s future IT workforce.  Recently they sponsored ‘The Big Day in’.  Links to this day is attached here.

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As Year 5 students move towards creating their own historical fiction in the form of a picture book, we were able to give them the opportunity to meet a ‘real life’ author/illustrator. Last Friday the students were lucky enough to have a visit from Andrew Plant.

Andrew trained as a zoologist before discovering he preferred painting and writing about animals rather than dissecting them!  He has written and illustrated numerous picture books of a scientific nature and more recently has worked on a book about people, not dinosaurs or echidnas. He says humans are the most difficult animals to paint, so it has been a real challenge!

He talked to the students about the process of researching, planning, editing and producing his historical picture book ‘The Poppy’.  Andrew also shared the drafts of his latest book which is yet to be published.    The students came away with numerous ideas for their own work, and a reassurance that they can all create something special.

 

Penny Edmanson

LITEHouse Teacher

 

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Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 
125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.
Education needs profe...

Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) in Geelong is assisting this need with its Bachelor of Education (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Primary) degrees through a partnership that has been established with Tabor College of Higher Education.

CCITL commenced in 2016 and as a new institute of higher learning, it is unique. It has a small, intimate environment and low staff-student ratios to ensure that you get individual attention and become well acquainted with faculty, staff and peers. The timing and amount of practicum placement, where you have the opportunity to combine theory with practice, is a key difference between CCITL degrees and those of other educational institutions.

·      Offering fully accredited and recognised degrees

·      Low staff-student ratios

·      Supportive learning environment

·      A Christian perspective

·      Non-denominational

·      Located within the Geelong Tertiary Precinct

·      Boarding accommodation available

If you are a current Year 12 student or someone who is thinking of a career change, we invite you to come along to the CCITL Open Day Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm. Meet with lecturers, current CCITL students, tour the facilities, ask questions and learn all about CCITL degrees.

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www.ccitl.com.au

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There was a buzz throughout some Junior School classrooms, as students planned, created and trialed their marble mazes. The children were given paper plates, pom-poms, buttons, ice pole s...

There was a buzz throughout some Junior School classrooms, as students planned, created and trialed their marble mazes. The children were given paper plates, pom-poms, buttons, ice pole sticks, pipe cleaners, paper and wool to create their own marble track. Creativity flowed as students planned their tracks and worked hard make their plans a reality. While the students were having fun and absorbed in the task they stretched their critical thinking and problem solving skills. 

Katie Oelke

Prep - Yr. 2 Coordinator

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Modelled on the successful and innovative programs at ‘Williams House’ Kindergarten, Christian College is excited to announce that the same opportunities will be accessible to Armstrong C...

Modelled on the successful and innovative programs at ‘Williams House’ Kindergarten, Christian College is excited to announce that the same opportunities will be accessible to Armstrong Creek and Surf Coast families in 2017.  ‘Butterfield House’ is preparing to open its doors for local pre-schoolers and families of this region in 2017, providing for both general community access, and for children transitioning to the Christian College Surf Coast Campus in 2018 and beyond.

The core of our approach to early learning is this:

- valuing personal connections,

- valuing wonder and

- valuing personal discovery.

All of these aspects are approached through a context of community and play, beautiful and thoughtfully presented environments, and generous access to outdoor spaces, including a bush kinder model.

Extensive plans are being activated to create a centre that includes the appointment of highly qualified and experienced staff. Also, the highest standards of physical spaces, such as easy ‘indoor/outdoor’ access, ample natural light, a heavy emphasis on the use of natural materials, and, the development of impressive gardens and outdoor discovery areas.

Help us spread the word to friends and family who may be interested in enrolling!

For more information:
(03) 52413556
kinder@ccg.vic.edu.au

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Modelled on the successful and innovative programs at ‘Williams House’ Kindergarten, Christian College is excited to announce that the same opportunities will be accessible to Armstrong C...

Modelled on the successful and innovative programs at ‘Williams House’ Kindergarten, Christian College is excited to announce that the same opportunities will be accessible to Armstrong Creek and Surf Coast families in 2017.  ‘Butterfield House’ is preparing to open its doors for local pre-schoolers and families of this region in 2017, providing for both general community access, and for children transitioning to the Christian College Surf Coast Campus in 2018 and beyond.

The core of our approach to early learning is this:

- valuing personal connections,

- valuing wonder and

- valuing personal discovery.

All of these aspects are approached through a context of community and play, beautiful and thoughtfully presented environments, and generous access to outdoor spaces, including a bush kinder model.

Extensive plans are being activated to create a centre that includes the appointment of highly qualified and experienced staff. Also, the highest standards of physical spaces, such as easy ‘indoor/outdoor’ access, ample natural light, a heavy emphasis on the use of natural materials, and, the development of impressive gardens and outdoor discovery areas.

Help us spread the word to friends and family who may be interested in enrolling!

For more information:
(03) 52413556 
kinder@ccg.vic.edu.au

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Preparing students for the future today!!!!

On the 16th of August at Melbourne University, close to 120 schools from all around Victoria participated in the RoboCup Junior State Competition. 

About 60 students from all Christian College campuses’ participated in the event.

Students in Systems and Engineering, research, design and produce autonomous robots that Dance, Rescue and play Soccer. 

It was very exciting to witness so much enthusiasm and learning taking place.

Jorge Viegas

Systems Engineering Technology Teacher

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You are warmly invited to join in celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Bellarine Campus.
The day will be filled with celebration, entertainment, reminiscing and campus tours as we refl...

You are warmly invited to join in celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Bellarine Campus.

The day will be filled with celebration, entertainment, reminiscing and campus tours as we reflect on the past 20 years and look forward to what the future has in store.

Sunday 11th September 2016 | 2pm to 5pm
(Doors open at 1.30pm)

Bellarine Campus Auditorium
40 Collins Street, Drysdale 3222

For catering purposes please RSVP the number attending to events@ccg.vic.edu.au by Friday 3 September 2016. 

The Bellarine Campus has come such a long way over the past 20 years...in 1996, sixty-two foundation students assembled in the chapel to commence the school year. In 2016 we have more than 450 students experiencing the wonderful education offered at the Bellarine Campus.
Come and join the celebration!

 

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“♪This is Otousan, I love Otousan, …. ♪” The Year 3 students are learning how to say family members in Japanese through the song of the  finger family. The students enjoyed making finger ...

“♪This is Otousan, I love Otousan, …. ♪” The Year 3 students are learning how to say family members in Japanese through the song of the  finger family. The students enjoyed making finger puppets of their family and labelled them with Japanese words. Then they introduced their family members to each other. 

Yukiko Valent (Year 2 to Year 9 Japanese teacher )

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Modelled on the successful and innovative programs at ‘Williams House’ Kindergarten, Christian College is excited to announce that the same opportunities will be accessible to Armstrong C...

Modelled on the successful and innovative programs at ‘Williams House’ Kindergarten, Christian College is excited to announce that the same opportunities will be accessible to Armstrong Creek and Surf Coast families in 2017.  ‘Butterfield House’ is preparing to open its doors for local pre-schoolers and families of this region in 2017, providing for both general community access, and for children transitioning to the Christian College Surf Coast Campus in 2018 and beyond.

The core of our approach to early learning is this:

- valuing personal connections,

- valuing wonder and

- valuing personal discovery.

All of these aspects are approached through a context of community and play, beautiful and thoughtfully presented environments, and generous access to outdoor spaces, including a bush kinder model.

Extensive plans are being activated to create a centre that includes the appointment of highly qualified and experienced staff. Also, the highest standards of physical spaces, such as easy ‘indoor/outdoor’ access, ample natural light, a heavy emphasis on the use of natural materials, and, the development of impressive gardens and outdoor discovery areas.

Help us spread the word to friends and family who may be interested in enrolling!

For more information:
(03) 52413556 
kinder@ccg.vic.edu.au

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Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 
125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.
Education needs profe...

Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) in Geelong is assisting this need with its Bachelor of Education (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Primary) degrees through a partnership that has been established with Tabor College of Higher Education.

CCITL commenced in 2016 and as a new institute of higher learning, it is unique. It has a small, intimate environment and low staff-student ratios to ensure that you get individual attention and become well acquainted with faculty, staff and peers. The timing and amount of practicum placement, where you have the opportunity to combine theory with practice, is a key difference between CCITL degrees and those of other educational institutions.

·      Offering fully accredited and recognised degrees

·      Low staff-student ratios

·      Supportive learning environment

·      A Christian perspective

·      Non-denominational

·      Located within the Geelong Tertiary Precinct

·      Boarding accommodation available

If you are a current Year 12 student or someone who is thinking of a career change, we invite you to come along to the CCITL Open Day Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm. Meet with lecturers, current CCITL students, tour the facilities, ask questions and learn all about CCITL degrees.

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www.ccitl.com.au

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Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 
125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.
Education needs profe...

Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) is holding an Open Day: Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm 

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL) in Geelong is assisting this need with its Bachelor of Education (Primary) and Master of Teaching (Primary) degrees through a partnership that has been established with Tabor College of Higher Education.

CCITL commenced in 2016 and as a new institute of higher learning, it is unique. It has a small, intimate environment and low staff-student ratios to ensure that you get individual attention and become well acquainted with faculty, staff and peers. The timing and amount of practicum placement, where you have the opportunity to combine theory with practice, is a key difference between CCITL degrees and those of other educational institutions.

·      Offering fully accredited and recognised degrees

·      Low staff-student ratios

·      Supportive learning environment

·      A Christian perspective

·      Non-denominational

·      Located within the Geelong Tertiary Precinct

·      Boarding accommodation available

If you are a current Year 12 student or someone who is thinking of a career change, we invite you to come along to the CCITL Open Day Sunday 28th August, 10.00am until 3.00pm. Meet with lecturers, current CCITL students, tour the facilities, ask questions and learn all about CCITL degrees.

No media download found.

www.ccitl.com.au

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You are warmly invited to join in celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Bellarine Campus.
The day will be filled with celebration, entertainment, reminiscing and campus tours as we refl...

You are warmly invited to join in celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Bellarine Campus.

The day will be filled with celebration, entertainment, reminiscing and campus tours as we reflect on the past 20 years and look forward to what the future has in store.

Sunday 11th September 2016 | 2pm to 5pm
(Doors open at 1.30pm)

Bellarine Campus Auditorium
40 Collins Street, Drysdale 3222

For catering purposes please RSVP the number attending to events@ccg.vic.edu.au by Friday 3 September 2016. 

The Bellarine Campus has come such a long way over the past 20 years...in 1996, sixty-two foundation students assembled in the chapel to commence the school year. In 2016 we have more than 450 students experiencing the wonderful education offered at the Bellarine Campus.
Come and join the celebration!

 

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Dear Parents,
This a friendly reminder to participate in the 2016 Christian College Parent Satisfaction Survey, implemented by Independent Schools Victoria. Thank you to parents who have ...

Dear Parents,

This a friendly reminder to participate in the 2016 Christian College Parent Satisfaction Survey, implemented by Independent Schools Victoria. Thank you to parents who have already participated.

 - The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete
 - The aim of the survey is to gain general feedback and understand your perceptions of the College
 - Parents should initially answer the survey thinking about their eldest child at the College
 - Parents can redo the survey, answering for their other children who attend the College
 - Participation in the survey is anonymous and all information is treated confidentially

To complete the survey, please click on the following link:  http://research.is.vic.edu.au/index.php?r=survey/index/sid/985977/lang/en
Survey will close on 26th August.

We appreciate your willingness to participate in the 2016 Parent Satisfaction Survey.

Glen McKeeman
PRINCIPAL

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Dear Parents,
This a friendly reminder to participate in the 2016 Christian College Parent Satisfaction Survey, implemented by Independent Schools Victoria. Thank you to parents who have ...

Dear Parents,

This a friendly reminder to participate in the 2016 Christian College Parent Satisfaction Survey, implemented by Independent Schools Victoria. Thank you to parents who have already participated.

 - The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete
 - The aim of the survey is to gain general feedback and understand your perceptions of the College
 - Parents should initially answer the survey thinking about their eldest child at the College
 - Parents can redo the survey, answering for their other children who attend the College
 - Participation in the survey is anonymous and all information is treated confidentially

To complete the survey, please click on the following link:  http://research.is.vic.edu.au/index.php?r=survey/index/sid/985977/lang/en
Survey will close on 26th August.

We appreciate your willingness to participate in the 2016 Parent Satisfaction Survey.

Glen McKeeman
PRINCIPAL

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Dear Parents,
This a friendly reminder to participate in the 2016 Christian College Parent Satisfaction Survey, implemented by Independent Schools Victoria. Thank you to parents who have ...

Dear Parents,

This a friendly reminder to participate in the 2016 Christian College Parent Satisfaction Survey, implemented by Independent Schools Victoria. Thank you to parents who have already participated.

 - The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete
 - The aim of the survey is to gain general feedback and understand your perceptions of the College
 - Parents should initially answer the survey thinking about their eldest child at the College
 - Parents can redo the survey, answering for their other children who attend the College
 - Participation in the survey is anonymous and all information is treated confidentially

To complete the survey, please click on the following link:  http://research.is.vic.edu.au/index.php?r=survey/index/sid/985977/lang/en
Survey will close on 26th August.

We appreciate your willingness to participate in the 2016 Parent Satisfaction Survey.

Glen McKeeman
PRINCIPAL

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Dear Parents,
This a friendly reminder to participate in the 2016 Christian College Parent Satisfaction Survey, implemented by Independent Schools Victoria. Thank you to parents who have ...

Dear Parents,

This a friendly reminder to participate in the 2016 Christian College Parent Satisfaction Survey, implemented by Independent Schools Victoria. Thank you to parents who have already participated.

 - The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete
 - The aim of the survey is to gain general feedback and understand your perceptions of the College
 - Parents should initially answer the survey thinking about their eldest child at the College
 - Parents can redo the survey, answering for their other children who attend the College
 - Participation in the survey is anonymous and all information is treated confidentially

To complete the survey, please click on the following link:  http://research.is.vic.edu.au/index.php?r=survey/index/sid/985977/lang/en
Survey will close on 26th August.

We appreciate your willingness to participate in the 2016 Parent Satisfaction Survey.

Glen McKeeman
PRINCIPAL

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