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On Friday 23rd June Uncle Jack Charles will be at the Bendigo Library, speaking about some of his life experiences and the events that enabled him to become more resilient. Charles is highly regarded as a star of Australian television and theatre, however he had a troubled past. Our school group will be leaving the college at 10:30am and will return at approximately 12:30pm. There is no cost for this excursion. Any students who would like to come along and hear his story are encouraged to see Mrs Kelly in Grieve for a permission form. 

The Australian Air Force Cadets are recruiting! If you're aged 13-18 and want to learn important skills then this may be for you! Click here for more details.

Attention Country Bus Travellers:

The School Bus Program in Bendigo is currently unable to accept any bus changes for existing travellers on the country buses. This includes adhoc travel (casual travel on a different bus).

Applications are currently being accepted for new permanent travellers for term 2 (this includes students who have moved house or school of enrolment).

Travel application forms may be accessed via your child’s school or here. Applications should be lodged with your child’s school.

Parents are encouraged to access the School Bus Program Policy and Procedures, January 2016, located here.

Students residing within 1.6km of public transport are expected to utilise these services.

Information on public transport services in Bendigo may be accessed by phoning Public Transport Victoria on 1800 800 007 or via PTV's Journey Planner.


 Upcoming dates to remember:

  • Monday 19th June - Friday 23rd June: Year 10 Work Experience week
  • Tuesday 21st June: Year 8 Boys' Football
  • Friday 30th June: Last Day of Term 2 - 2:30pm dismissal

Adolescents on Social Media: Guide for Parents  

The school has purchased a series of short videos covering a range of information, parenting strategies and suggestions designed to help parents better understand how young people are interacting on social media, and what they can do to guide their children in avoiding issues relating to reputation, privacy and online bullying. Click here for more information.

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