Please see file below for details on Orientation Day for current students. Please note that students not returning to Christian College next year are not required to attend on Orientation...

Please see file below for details on Orientation Day for current students. Please note that students not returning to Christian College next year are not required to attend on Orientation Day.

ORIENTATION DAY Please note that Senior School hosts all the Year 9 students on Orientation Day, Tuesday 1st November, and it is therefore a student-free day for Years 10 and 11 students.

ORIENTATION DAY
Please note that Senior School hosts all the Year 9 students on Orientation Day, Tuesday 1st November, and it is therefore a student-free day for Years 10 and 11 students.

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An Orientation Day for current students attending Christian College Bellarine in Prep to Year 9 has been arranged for Tuesday, 1st November 2016.  Students not returning to Christian Coll...

An Orientation Day for current students attending Christian College Bellarine in Prep to Year 9 has been arranged for Tuesday, 1st November 2016.  Students not returning to Christian College Bellarine in 2017 are not required to attend on this day.

Please see the attached file for details of the day.

We hope this day will be an enjoyable experience for all of our students preparing for the 2017 College year.

Nicholas Watson
Head of Campus

Dear Parents,

A reminder that our Orientation Day for current students attending Christian College Middle School in Years 5 to Year 9 has been arranged for Tuesday, 1st November 2016. Students not returning to Christian College in 2017 are not required to attend on this day.

Students in Years 5 to Year 7 in 2017 are to attend this day in casual clothing to allow new students to fit in with existing students. Students should also bring or wear a pair of runners and a hat, as some outdoor activities have been planned.

Students going into Year 8 (current Year 7) and Year 9 (current Year 8) are to wear full Sports uniform for Orientation Day. Current Year 9 students will participate in Orientation Day at the Senior Campus on this day in preparation for Year 10 in 2017.

Classes and staffing for the day have been arranged based on current enrolment numbers and are subject to change.

Students are asked to meet in the following areas:

• All Year 5 (2017) students to meet in the Chapel.

• All Year 6 (2017) students to meet in S6.

• All Year 7 (2017)students to meet in the Sports and Aquatic Centre.

• All Year 8 (2017) students to meet outside the Year 8 Classrooms.

• All Year 9 (2017) students to meet outside the Year 9 Classrooms.

We hope this day will be an enjoyable experience for all of our students preparing for the 2017 College year.

 

Yours sincerely,

Mr. Tony Costa 

Head of Campus

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We have completed an exhaustive process that has resulted in the following students being named College or House Prefects for 2017.

This year we decided that not all students would receive an interview and that each interview would be longer and in more depth.

The quality of the College Prefect applications were outstanding and it was a difficult process. The various panels read all the applications and then drew up a short list. Then we met as a group to discuss each applicant in depth. Those who were granted an interview were notified and the interviews followed.

The panels then met to discuss the final list. All students who received an interview were notified by email at the same time, stating if they were successful or not. We have offered feedback sessions, which I have undertaken, for those students who chose to have them and some have met with me.

It was a very good process and the students I have spoken to have enjoyed the application as it has made them think of their faith, achievements and ideas for making our College better.

I congratulate the students below on their appointment and look forward to them leading the College next year.

Graeme Dent, Head of Senior School

College Prefects: Brydon Barnett, Cameron Chandler, Cathy De Rosso, Riley Doran, Brielle Egberts, Georgia Gordon, Montana Jones, Tess Kirsopp-Cole

                

 Burrows House Prefects: Cian Foster, Merryn Hall, James Hurren, Nicole Mayes

      

Flynn House Prefects: Christopher Lever, Millie Lowe, Thomas McVIlly, Casey Reid

      

Penman House Prefects: Mia Godwill, Ronen Jafari, Sarah McGrath, Alister (AJ) Wight

      

Taylor House Prefects: Lachlan Gawley-Price, Michael Little, Jackson Nelson, Annie Simpson

      

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Are you available to help with the barn over the summer? We need a team of dedicated families to do summer barn duty. This involves visiting morning and afternoon to feed and water the an...

Are you available to help with the barn over the summer? We need a team of dedicated families to do summer barn duty. This involves visiting morning and afternoon to feed and water the animals. You do not need to have done duty before, and if you are new help is available. it is not difficult, but you will appreciate, with hot weather, we need reliable families to open up before the barn heats up, and close as late as possible.

Please return this form to the Bellarine Campus Reception as soon as possible, or email directly to our Barn Coordinator, Sara Mozayyannejad at smozzy72@gmail.com

I would like to thank all those families who have offered there time and efforts to support the Barn during 2016.

Nicholas Watson
Head of Bellarine Campus 

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Dear Year 4 students and families,
 
It is my pleasure to welcome you and your family to Christian College Middle School. I trust you will enjoy being part of our friendly, supportive and...

Dear Year 4 students and families,

 

It is my pleasure to welcome you and your family to Christian College Middle School. I trust you will enjoy being part of our friendly, supportive and exciting community in 2017 and beyond.

You would have received your child’s invitation to participate in our Orientation Day to be held at Christian College Highton Campus on Tuesday, 1st November, 2016 from 8.50am to 3.15pm. Please note: This early dismissal time aims to alleviate traffic congestion.

The program for the day is designed to allow students to familiarise themselves with their new school environment and prepare themselves for the challenges of 2017.

The following information is a reminder for the day:

What to bring:
• Wear neat casual clothes including a hat
• Sports shoes
• Play lunch
• Drink
• Lunch
• Pencil Case
• Medical: Epi pen, Asthma Puffer, etc as required

Where to meet:
All 2017 Year 5 students and parents will meet in the Chapel.

Following a brief introduction, students will leave with their new Homeroom teacher to begin the day’s program. Parents will be invited to share in morning tea, to mingle with other new parents to the Highton Campus alongside our Campus leaders. As previously communicated, Junior School parents of our current Year 4 students will then be invited to join us in a tour of the Middle School Campus.

For parents that are unable to attend the morning, due to a clash with Prep Orientation at Junior School, please accept my invitation to meet with me at 10.30am for a personalised Campus tour. We will also be making provision for Campus tours early in the new year, for those parents unable to make Orientation Day on Tuesday morning. 

We are very much looking forward to working with you and your child in the years ahead.

 

Kindest regards,

Mr Tony Costa

Head of Highton Campus

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In previous weeks, students in various Year 9 and 8 elective classes have been working on a collaborative initiative of a PopUp café. Held during lunchtime on Thursday November the 3rd , the Year 9 cohort will be invited to purchase items from a ‘healthy food menu’ ranging between $2 and $5.  

Students have worked on different components of the café to create a healthy food van. The Yr 9 Food Technology students have designed, and will produce, the menu on the day, with prior study undertaken in the design of healthy eating options, food preparation and the requirements needed to produce a café type environment. A variety of other elective classes have also been working behind the scenes to bring this PopUp café together including Yr 9 Product Design (creating seating), Yr 9 Music (providing live entertainment on the day), Yr 8 Textiles (creating seat furnishings and buntings) and Yr 8 Visual Communication Design (marketing, packaging and layout designs).

This has been a wonderful learning experience for the students as they have been able to collaborate, create and experience firsthand how the skills learnt through this process will transfer into their everyday lives.   

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2017 Christian College New and Second-hand Books (Years 7 to 12)
 
2017 Booklists and details how to order new books and buy/sell second hand books will be available from the booklist rel...

2017 Christian College New and Second-hand Books (Years 7 to 12)

 

2017 Booklists and details how to order new books and buy/sell second hand books will be available from the booklist release date of: Tuesday 1st November 2016.

Students will receive notification of the elective subjects they will study in 2017 on Orientation Day.

 

Please find further information regarding the booklists attached here.


Our Book Sale Agent for New Books:

Our Second hand book Sale Service (subscription provided for you by the school):

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Tuesday 1st November


Orientation Day – no classes for Years 10 & 11




Wednesday 9th November


Art Extravaganza Opening Night




Tuesday 15th November


Year 11 Exams commence


...

Tuesday 1st November

Orientation Day – no classes for Years 10 & 11

Wednesday 9th November

Art Extravaganza Opening Night

Tuesday 15th November

Year 11 Exams commence

Wednesday 16th November

Senior VCAL Transition commences

Sunday 20th November

Year 12 Graduation Service and Dinner

Monday 21st November

Year 10 Exams

Tuesday 22nd November

Year 10 Exams and Service

Wednesday 23rd November

Year 11 & 12 2017 Transition Program commences

Wednesday 30th November

Presentation Afternoon

Thursday 1st & Friday 2nd December

Prefect Training and Year 10 2017 Transition Program

Monday 30th January 2017

Year 12 2017 commences

Tuesday 31st January 2017

Year 10 & 11 2017 commences

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On Friday, 21st October our Prep students participated in their Prep Camp experience. The rain could not dampen the excitement and enthusiasm of students as they travelled to Werribee Zoo...

On Friday, 21st October our Prep students participated in their Prep Camp experience. The rain could not dampen the excitement and enthusiasm of students as they travelled to Werribee Zoo to take part in a Safari Adventure. They were able to see first hand what animals need to survive as part of their Integrated Studies Unit. It was very amusing to see the Gorilla actually made his own shelter from the rain! Students participated in an educational lesson with Zoo staff and met some native reptiles including a Blue Tongue Lizard. They also experienced the Zoo Safari and became Habitat detectives. Upon returning to school students danced the afternoon away with Mr Smith in the lead. A shared dinner in the Chapel was a highlight followed by pyjamas and a movie before camp came to a close.

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The College acknowledges the performances of the eleven Year 4 - 6 students who qualified for the School Sport Victoria Track & Field State Finals.To reach the finals the students placed ...

The College acknowledges the performances of the eleven Year 4 - 6 students who qualified for the School Sport Victoria Track & Field State Finals.To reach the finals the students placed first or second at District, Division and Regional rounds. We congratulate the Girls 12/13 4 x 100m team; Luka Mathe, Jorja Kirsopp Cole, Molly Sellar and Nyah Brown on winning the State Final! Nyah Brown had a great day winning a bronze medal in both the 100m and 200m events. Patrick Aquilina won bronze in the 100 metres. Molly Seller (200m), Bethany Dean (1500m) and Joshua Payne (High Jump) just missed the medals placing 4th. All students represented the College with distinction with many performing personal best performances recorded. We thank the parents for the support they have provided to their children as they progressed through each round. Mr. Jonathan Ryan

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This year our library has moved through the process of putting all of our fiction books into genre. Our choice of genre headings reflects our students' reading interests and just like bro...

This year our library has moved through the process of putting all of our fiction books into genre. Our choice of genre headings reflects our students' reading interests and just like browsing books in a book shop or the Geelong Regional Library, students can now browse books according to their particular interest such as sports, humour, science fiction and fantasy to name a few.

Studies have shown there are many benefits to having your fiction arranged by genre.  Students can find the book they want to read more easily and quickly. They can independently find similar books or books within the same series and it allows students to identify their reading likes.

From our point of view having fiction arranged by genres can encourage discussion with students as to what books they are reading, peer recommendations and often this has led to an increased borrowing among the students.

Which genre will you choose?

Sue Mapleson, Teacher Librarian

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Last Thursday we had Mr McKeeman come and talk to the Year One and Two students about our Integrated studies topic ‘Our Local Community’. The students did some class preparation for his v...

Last Thursday we had Mr McKeeman come and talk to the Year One and Two students about our Integrated studies topic ‘Our Local Community’. The students did some class preparation for his visit. The students looked at photographs of the foundation years at the Bellarine campus. There were photos of the buildings and grounds as well as the foundation students and teachers. This caused a great discussion about the similarities and differences with what they know today.

The students used a variety of learning muscles during this process. Noticing details, imagining what it would have been like and making links to how things are today. It also caused them to ask a lot of questions. Where did the fountain go? When did the barn appear? Who were the Houses named after? These are just some of the many questions generated by the students. Each class formulated a list of questions to take to the auditorium to ask Mr McKeeman.

Once we were in the auditorium we viewed a slide show that had more interesting photos from the past and we were able to ask our questions. Mr McKeeman gave us a great insight into the history of our school community and inspired us with his thoughts on how god had a hand in creating the very place where we live and learn each day.

Mrs. Sam Bett
Classroom Teacher

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Just a reminder that all students must wear their hats at lunchtime, recess and during Phys Ed activities during Term 4 and Term 1. If students do not have their hats with them they will ...

Just a reminder that all students must wear their hats at lunchtime, recess and during Phys Ed activities during Term 4 and Term 1. If students do not have their hats with them they will have to stay in the shade.

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This week the Year 9 students visited the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne for a guided Education Tour. In History they are studying World War 1 and each student has an individual soldi...

This week the Year 9 students visited the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne for a guided Education Tour. In History they are studying World War 1 and each student has an individual soldier or nurse who served to research. They have spent the past few weeks deciphering actual service records and at the Shrine they had the opportunity to see and try on items of uniform and see a boat which was used to land soldiers at Gallipoli. Students also experienced a time of remembrance and reflection in the sanctuary. This excursion was a great opportunity for students to deepen their understanding of the experiences of the Australian men and women who served in World War 1. It also assisted them to reflect on the reasons for war and to honour the service and sacrifice of those who forged our nation. Ms. Rebecca Wellins

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It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the 2016 Christian College Geelong Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza.
This year’s exhibition showcases Christian College’s outstanding d...

It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the 2016 Christian College Geelong Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza.

This year’s exhibition showcases Christian College’s outstanding display of works from our students, ranging from Kindergarten through to Year 12, and across the breadth of the faculty’s learning areas. 

The 2016 Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza will be held from Wednesday 9th to12th November at the ‘Villa Paloma’ Art, Technology & Design Centre, 25 Waurn Ponds Drive, Waurn Ponds. 

Wednesday 9th November:        7 – 9 pm  Official Opening:  Exhibition & Wearable Art Fashion Parade
Entry:  Adults $5 / Students Gold Coin Donation

Thursday 10th November:          6 – 8 pm Exhibition, Drama Performances & Media Night
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

Friday 11th November:               1 – 5 pm Exhibition Open
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

Saturday 12th November:          12 – 4 pm Exhibition Open
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

The work on display from our Kindergarten through to our Senior students is extraordinary in its diversity and sophistication, and exhibits a confidence and complexity that I find remarkable.


Antony Benson

Director of Teaching and Learning
Art, Technology & Design 

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2017 Christian College New and Second-hand Books (Years 7 to 12)
 
2017 Booklists and details how to order new books and buy/sell second hand books will be available from the booklist rel...

2017 Christian College New and Second-hand Books (Years 7 to 12)

 

2017 Booklists and details how to order new books and buy/sell second hand books will be available from the booklist release date of: Tuesday 1st November 2016.

Students will receive notification of the elective subjects they will study in 2017 on Orientation Day.

 

Please find further information regarding the booklists attached here.

 

Our Book Sale Agent for New Books:

Our Second hand book Sale Service (subscription provided for you by the school):

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The 2016 VCE examinations began this week with English being on Wednesday. We wish all our student the best for these assessments. There are also a host of student in Year 11 undertaking ...

The 2016 VCE examinations began this week with English being on Wednesday. We wish all our student the best for these assessments. There are also a host of student in Year 11 undertaking a Unit 3/4 subject. We also wish them well and their experience this year will be of great value next year.

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The College acknowledges the performances of the eleven Year 4 - 6 students from the Highton and Bellarine Campuses, who qualified for the School Sport Victoria Track & Field State Finals...

The College acknowledges the performances of the eleven Year 4 - 6 students from the Highton and Bellarine Campuses, who qualified for the School Sport Victoria Track & Field State Finals. To reach the finals the students placed first or second at District, Division and Regional rounds. We congratulate the Girls 12/13 4 x 100m team; Luka Mathe, Jorja Kirsopp Cole, Molly Sellar and Nyah Brown on winning the State Final! Nyah Brown had a great day winning a bronze medal in both the 100m and 200m events. Patrick Aquilina won bronze in the 100 metres. Molly Seller (200m), Bethany Dean (1500m) and Joshua Payne (High Jump) just missed the medals placing 4th. Harris Gee, Joshua Payne, Luka Mathe (Hurdles), Patrick Aquilina (200m) and Ryan Costin, Josh Cowley, Kade Leigh, Patrick Aquilina (4 x 100m Relay) all progressed through the Semi Finals to reach the Finals. Amelia Cunningham threw well to place 9th in the Shot Put. All students represented the College with distinction with many personal best performances recorded.

Andrew Tucker
Physical Education Coordinator, Bellarine Campus

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Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL)

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Lea...

Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL)

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

ENROL NOW!

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

www.ccitl.com.au

 

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Career in Paramedicine
To become a Paramedic you must complete a Bachelor of Paramedicine. This course is 3 years long and is offered at Victoria University, Australian Catholic Universit...

Career in Paramedicine   

   

To become a Paramedic you must complete a Bachelor of Paramedicine. This course is 3 years long and is offered at Victoria University, Australian Catholic University and La Trobe University.

To work as a paramedic with Ambulance Victoria, you must be a citizen of Australia or New Zealand, be an Australian Permanent Resident or hold a full unrestricted work visa. You must also hold a full Victorian driver’s licence or have held a probationary licence at P2 for at least one year.

The type of careers this qualification leads to may include paramedic within an Australian ambulance service and some international ambulance/health organisations. It may include ALS paramedic, MICA paramedic, ambulance community officer, clinical instructor, clinical manager, extended care paramedic, flight paramedic, industrial paramedic, medical technology sales and development, military combat paramedic, specialist health technician.

Victoria University offers subject bonuses in Biology, Chemistry, HHD, any Mathematics and Physics. Any of these subjects may contribute to the ATAR.

Australian Catholic University offers a straight Paramedicine course at Melbourne and the Nursing/Paramedicine course at ACU Ballarat. Subject bonuses are offered in Biology, Chemistry, HHD, Physics, Psychology, Maths Methods and Specialist Maths.

La Trobe University requires a student to have received a study score of at least 20 in any 2 of the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, HHD, any Mathematics, PE, Physics or Psychology.

Each course requires a minimum study score in any English.

On finishing the paramedicine degree, you must complete a Graduate Program year. Last financial year, Ambulance Victoria welcomed 281 new paramedics into the career. If you are not successful in securing work with Ambulance Victoria, you may have the opportunity to work overseas (particularly London) or take up work within the patient transport sector.

For more information http://ambulance.vic.gov.au

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Our year 7 and 8 tennis team made a solid start to their season campaign. The boys were victorious in six out of the 12 matches played and our top two teams won three out of four sets. Le...

Our year 7 and 8 tennis team made a solid start to their season campaign. The boys were victorious in six out of the 12 matches played and our top two teams won three out of four sets. Let’s hope the momentum continues next week at Geelong Lawn Tennis Club where we will battle it out against Christian College Highton.

Andrew Tucker
Physical Education Coordinator, Bellarine Campus

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A reminder that Year 7 students will be receiving their third HPV immunisation next Thursday, November 3rd. All students are asked to wear full sports uniform on this day for ease of admi...

A reminder that Year 7 students will be receiving their third HPV immunisation next Thursday, November 3rd. All students are asked to wear full sports uniform on this day for ease of administration. 

Should you require any further information, please contact Marisa Bettiol via email on m.bettiol@ccg.vic.edu.au or via reception on 52411 899.

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Our beautiful cafe in Meredith has a new menu up and running!Even though our Year 9 students have finished their Farm Rural Experiences, the cafe is still open this Term and we would love...

Our beautiful cafe in Meredith has a new menu up and running!
Even though our Year 9 students have finished their Farm Rural Experiences, the cafe is still open this Term and we would love for you to come and visit.

Make the most of this beautiful upcoming weekend weather and head to Meredith for an amazing coffee and feed!

1/27 Staughton Street 
Meredith

 

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Students in Science classes at Bellarine Middle School have been focusing on investigating different concepts, depending on their year level.
Year 5 students are honing their  forensic sk...

Students in Science classes at Bellarine Middle School have been focusing on investigating different concepts, depending on their year level.

Year 5 students are honing their  forensic skills as they identify different properties of white powders. A highlight has been viewing the powders under a stereo microscope and being wowed by the 3D image.

Year 6 are about to embark on an investigation into the thermal effectiveness of different materials.

Year 7 just finished measuring the force of friction in different surgace and ramp scenarios. One group even brought in their penny board.

Year 8 recently set up apparatus to test the effect of potential energy on kinetic energy. Some groups even compared the effect of a marble rolling through tomato sauce and baby oil! And the

Year 9 students have enjoyed making links between their research into Global Warming last term, to investigating the factors that affect the reaction rate of acid rain on limestone.

All in all it has been a very busy and hands-on start to Science this term. It is great to see the students so engaged in their learning, and particularly starting to see that Science is so relavent in their everyday lives.

Deb Singleton
Middle School Science Coordinator, Bellarine Campus

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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.

Further, in supporting our families in accommodating continuity of care and a calmer, quality, Early Childhood experience, Butterfield House is delighted to announce that we offer day care, both full-time and part-time options,  alongside our preschool programs from 2017.

Prekinder | Preschool | Day Care

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)

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Lea...

Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL)

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

ENROL NOW!

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

www.ccitl.com.au

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Our beautiful cafe in Meredith has a new menu up and running! Make the most of this beautiful upcoming weekend weather and head to Meredith for an amazing coffee and feed!

Our beautiful cafe in Meredith has a new menu up and running!
Even though our Year 9 students have finished their Farm Rural Experiences, the cafe is still open this Term and we would love for you to come and visit.

Make the most of this beautiful upcoming weekend weather and head to Meredith for an amazing coffee and feed!

1/27 Staughton Street 
Meredith

 

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It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the 2016 Christian College Geelong Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza.
This year’s exhibition showcases Christian College’s outstanding d...

It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the 2016 Christian College Geelong Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza.

This year’s exhibition showcases Christian College’s outstanding display of works from our students, ranging from Kindergarten through to Year 12, and across the breadth of the faculty’s learning areas. 

The 2016 Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza will be held from Wednesday 9th to12th November at the ‘Villa Paloma’ Art, Technology & Design Centre, 25 Waurn Ponds Drive, Waurn Ponds. 

Wednesday 9th November:        7 – 9 pm  Official Opening:  Exhibition & Wearable Art Fashion Parade
Entry:  Adults $5 / Students Gold Coin Donation

Thursday 10th November:          6 – 8 pm Exhibition, Drama Performances & Media Night
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

Friday 11th November:               1 – 5 pm Exhibition Open
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

Saturday 12th November:          12 – 4 pm Exhibition Open
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

The work on display from our Kindergarten through to our Senior students is extraordinary in its diversity and sophistication, and exhibits a confidence and complexity that I find remarkable.


Antony Benson

Director of Teaching and Learning
Art, Technology & Design 

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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.

Further, in supporting our families in accommodating continuity of care and a calmer, quality, Early Childhood experience, Butterfield House is delighted to announce that we offer day care, both full-time and part-time options,  alongside our preschool programs from 2017.

Prekinder | Preschool | Day Care

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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2017 Christian College New and Second-hand Books (Years 7 to 12)
 
2017 Booklists and details how to order new books and buy/sell second hand books will be available from the booklist rel...

2017 Christian College New and Second-hand Books (Years 7 to 12)

 

2017 Booklists and details of how to order new books and buy/sell second hand books are now available.

Students and parents will receive notification of the elective subjects they will study in 2017 in the coming days.

 

Please find further information regarding the booklists attached here.

 

Our Book Sale Agent for New Books:

Our Second hand book Sale Service (subscription provided for you by the school):

File downloads:
Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL)

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Lea...

Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL)

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

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125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

www.ccitl.com.au

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Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL)

Education needs professional, passionate, relational and transformative teachers. Christian College Institute of Teaching & Lea...

Christian College Institute of Teaching & Learning (CCITL)

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

ENROL NOW!

125 Pigdons Road, Waurn Ponds 3216, VIC.

www.ccitl.com.au

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It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the 2016 Christian College Geelong Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza.
This year’s exhibition showcases Christian College’s outstanding d...

It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the 2016 Christian College Geelong Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza.

This year’s exhibition showcases Christian College’s outstanding display of works from our students, ranging from Kindergarten through to Year 12, and across the breadth of the faculty’s learning areas. 

The 2016 Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza will be held from Wednesday 9th to12th November at the ‘Villa Paloma’ Art, Technology & Design Centre, 25 Waurn Ponds Drive, Waurn Ponds. 

Wednesday 9th November:        7 – 9 pm  Official Opening:  Exhibition & Wearable Art Fashion Parade
Entry:  Adults $5 / Students Gold Coin Donation

Thursday 10th November:          6 – 8 pm Exhibition, Drama Performances & Media Night
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

Friday 11th November:               1 – 5 pm Exhibition Open
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

Saturday 12th November:          12 – 4 pm Exhibition Open
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

The work on display from our Kindergarten through to our Senior students is extraordinary in its diversity and sophistication, and exhibits a confidence and complexity that I find remarkable.


Antony Benson

Director of Teaching and Learning
Art, Technology & Design 

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It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the 2016 Christian College Geelong Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza.
This year’s exhibition showcases Christian College’s outstanding d...

It is with great pleasure that I invite you to the 2016 Christian College Geelong Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza.

This year’s exhibition showcases Christian College’s outstanding display of works from our students, ranging from Kindergarten through to Year 12, and across the breadth of the faculty’s learning areas. 

The 2016 Art, Technology & Design Extravaganza will be held from Wednesday 9th to12th November at the ‘Villa Paloma’ Art, Technology & Design Centre, 25 Waurn Ponds Drive, Waurn Ponds. 

Wednesday 9th November:        7 – 9 pm  Official Opening:  Exhibition & Wearable Art Fashion Parade
Entry:  Adults $5 / Students Gold Coin Donation

Thursday 10th November:          6 – 8 pm Exhibition, Drama Performances & Media Night
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

Friday 11th November:               1 – 5 pm Exhibition Open
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

Saturday 12th November:          12 – 4 pm Exhibition Open
Entry:  Gold Coin Donation

The work on display from our Kindergarten through to our Senior students is extraordinary in its diversity and sophistication, and exhibits a confidence and complexity that I find remarkable.


Antony Benson

Director of Teaching and Learning
Art, Technology & Design 

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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.

Further, in supporting our families in accommodating continuity of care and a calmer, quality, Early Childhood experience, Butterfield House is delighted to announce that we offer day care, both full-time and part-time options, alongside our preschool programs from 2017.

Prekinder | Preschool | Day Care

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.

Further, in supporting our families in accommodating continuity of care and a calmer, quality, Early Childhood experience, Butterfield House is delighted to announce that we offer day care, both full-time and part-time options,  alongside our preschool programs from 2017.

Prekinder | Preschool | Day Care

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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Our beautiful cafe in Meredith has a new menu up and running!Even though our Year 9 students have finished their Farm Rural Experiences, the cafe is still open this Term and we would love...

Our beautiful cafe in Meredith has a new menu up and running!
Even though our Year 9 students have finished their Farm Rural Experiences, the cafe is still open this Term and we would love for you to come and visit.

Make the most of this beautiful upcoming weekend weather and head to Meredith for an amazing coffee and feed!

1/27 Staughton Street 
Meredith

 

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Our beautiful cafe in Meredith has a new menu up and running!Even though our Year 9 students have finished their Farm Rural Experiences, the cafe is still open this Term and we would love...

Our beautiful cafe in Meredith has a new menu up and running!
Even though our Year 9 students have finished their Farm Rural Experiences, the cafe is still open this Term and we would love for you to come and visit.

Make the most of this beautiful upcoming weekend weather and head to Meredith for an amazing coffee and feed!

1/27 Staughton Street 
Meredith

 

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