Monday, February 19, 2018

Youth Council

on Wednesday, 10 May 2017.

Students Reports

on Wednesday, 10 May 2017.

Reports are out today. Please ensure you check Compass for your student's report.

OKR FM Walk In Project

on Friday, 05 May 2017.

This week saw the return of the Wallan SC OKR FM Walk In project. For the fourth consecutive year Wallan SC students and staff become DJ's and broadcast live an enthusiastic listening audience.



Students have the opportunity to see how a radio station works and benefit greatly from the chance to speak publicly. Very beneficial to confidence and self-belief.

This year Year 9 students Ariah Hatcliffe and Madi Ward have taken on the role of Coordinators and are doing a magnificent job. So tune in to OKR 98. FM Kilmore, 97.1 FM Wallan next Tuesday and Wednesday 7.00-8.00am 4.00-6.00PM.



You won't be disappointed.

School Production

on Tuesday, 02 May 2017.

Our School Production for this year is fast approaching, make sure you save the date.

Senior Boys AFL

on Tuesday, 02 May 2017.

Good luck to our Senior Boys AFL going out today.

Homework Club

on Monday, 01 May 2017.

Students don't forget homework club is on every afternoon 3.30 - 4.30pm. Teachers volunteer their time in the library during homework club so if you need extra help then this is the place to be. Also check with your subject Teacher and ask if they can visit homework club to help you. There is also a yummy afternoon snack provided by Lauren and Robyn each day. Monday is butter chicken samosas and lemon cake.

Premier's VCE Awards 2017

on Friday, 28 April 2017.

Yesterday, Dylan Cornish, WSC Dux 2016, received recognition for Academic Excellence in Further Mathematics at the Premier's VCE Awards.
On hand to congratulate Dylan for his amazing effort was Ms Sally Lasslett and Ms Tammy Knippel.

ANZAC Day

on Wednesday, 26 April 2017.

Yesterday, a number of our Student Leaders were involved in the ANZAC Wallan March and Service held at the Cenotaph.
College Captains Kyle Broomfield and Charlotte Earle read as part of the service, whilst Brett Albress laid the wreath.
Well done to all Students for their involvement and the respect they showed on such a significant day.

http://www.wallansc.vic.edu.au/index.php/wallan-life/gallery/2017-anzac-day-service

Thank You Mr Mitchell

on Wednesday, 26 April 2017.

Thank you to Mr Rob Mitchell MP, Federal Member for McEwen who presented the College with new flags (Australian and Aboriginal) last week.

2017 College Anzac Service

on Monday, 24 April 2017.

Today, WSC held an ANZAC Commemoration Service at the College.

All students of the College attended the service, which was held on the lawn at the entrance to the College.

We were very fortunate to have Soldiers from the Army School of Transport based at Puckapunyal Army Base, led by Commanding Officer LTCOL Mr P.R. Rogers join us for the occasion.

LTCOL Mr Rogers, gave the Soldiers Prayer whilst the Soldiers formed part of the service as the Catafalque Party. This party consists of four members of an armed guard who stand, their heads bowed and their arms (weapon) reversed, facing outward approximately one metre from the coffin or catafalque as a symbolic form of respect for those who have fallen.
The arms of the Soldiers represent the wings of an angel. The service personnel lower their eyes but do not close their eyes in a sign of respect for the fallen.

Mr Craig Triffett, College Council President and an Ex-Serviceman read 'The Ode' from the poem 'For the Fallen' by Laurence Binyon.

Our College Captains read the ANZAC Requiem beautifully and the behaviour of our students was exemplary, with respect shown by all.

The Staff and Students of WSC would like to take this opportunity to again thank the Service Personal who attended today for their time and service to our country.

http://www.wallansc.vic.edu.au/index.php/wallan-life/gallery/2017-college-anzac-service

PISA

on Wednesday, 10 May 2017.

WSC Winter Concert

on Wednesday, 03 May 2017.

The Wallan SC Winter Concert for 2017 is coming up on Wednesday 7th June, starting at 7pm in the D Block. Gold Coin Donation.

Athletics Carnival

on Monday, 01 May 2017.

Our Athletic Carnival is on this Thursday, May 4th at Greenhills Reserve. Students are encouraged to dress in thier house colours for the day.
The Vietnam Volunteer group will be selling bbq sausages, Production - cold drinks and Welfare - steamed dim sims. bring along your money for lunch.
Remember to bring a hat, drink, warm clothes and sun screen. Hopefully the weather will hold for the day.

Year 10 Hospitality Class

on Friday, 28 April 2017.

Having so much fun at the Coffee School today. Year 10 Hospitality class are getting their Barista license today!

School Photos

on Thursday, 27 April 2017.

Our school photos have finally arrived at the College. Pastoral Care Teachers will be handing these out during their sessions over the coming week. Please be on the lookout if you have ordered them.
If you are yet to order your student photos and would like to do so, you still can using the link on Compass. Photos can also be purchased via the kiosk at the office and Student Services however please be aware that the kiosk only takes cash payments.

Year 7's Poppies

on Monday, 24 April 2017.

During their Pastoral Care sessions last week, our Year 7's learnt of the importance and significance of Anzac Day.
To commemorate the day, they then placed messages and tributes of what Anzac Day means to them and the sacrifices made by those who served.
These poppies were then placed around the lawn for our service today.
The Year 7's did a wonderful job and their words were quite beautiful. Copies of the poppies will be forwarded to the Soldiers at Puckapunyal for reading.

Real World Application

on Friday, 21 April 2017.

A delightful surprise was delivered to the office the morning by Mitchell Anderson, Mitchell Ioannides and Blake Jones. As a part of their Numeracy program (Real World Application) the boys, along with Brayden Hocking, had to choose a project that related back to the 'real world'. The student's chose to create a morning tea for the ladies in the office. Their project required Mitchell, Blake, Brayden and Mitchell to do a budget, compare pricing, shop for ingredients, weigh and measure and follow the instructions of their chosen recipes. All students worked professionally with the guidance of their Numeracy Teacher Deb Hubbard and ES member Sheridan Dylan to produce wonderful treats for the lucky Office staff. Thank you everyone our treats were delicious!

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