Good Friday Appeal

Congratulations to our winners:

  • Easter Egg Raffle – won by George Smith
  • Guess how many Easter Eggs – won by Braidyn Allwright – the correct guess was 110

Thanks to all who bought raffle tickets and made a guess, also for donations in the Good Friday Appeal tins.

All proceeds to the Good Friday Appeal.

Sean Naylor

Year 12 Senior VCAL 

Landscaping and Gardening Club

A Landscaping & Gardening Club is starting-up Term 2 running first-half Tuesday lunchtime with Dr.Wilson-Wong. 

Our motto is, “We create”

Our goal is to  “Produce locally sourced seasonal fresh super foods suitable for high street consumption”

Year 9 Girl's Cricket

Year 9 Girl's Cricket

Our Year 9 Girls took on Lalor on our home ground at Whittlesea Secondary College Oval in hot conditions on the first day of autumn for the year.

Many of our girls were new to the game but the enthusiasm in training was outstanding, which meant the day was always going to be a fun one.

Athletics Carnival

Athletics Carnival

The College Athletics Carnival took place on the last day of February, and one of the hottest of our summer, on a scorching 34 degree day out at Meadowglen International Athletics Stadium, where our four College houses of Melba, Yarra, Barak and Waratah would battle it out in our yearly athletics meet.

We had a record number of participants on the day, meaning a long day on the track and field where students from all year levels broke old records for certain events, as well as new school athletes stepping onto the scene and dominating the day.

VCE Literature

VCE Literature 

Ms Daines’ VCE Literature class took a ‘novel’ approach to its study of Chris Wallace-Crabbe’s poetry. As part of their ‘Creative Response’ task they swapped pens for paintbrushes and produced their own visual responses to one of his most painterly poems, ‘Sunset sky near Coober Pedy’. The students expressed their personal interpretations of the poem by representing the creative act he describes-not in their words, but in ‘dashes, daubs, streaks, smears and dollops’. 


Ms Daines

English/Literature Teacher

Elevate Information Evening

Elevate Parent Information Evening

Elevate Education presented to a packed Performing Arts Centre of parents and students last week. The evening offered practical advice for both parents and students on managing stress during VCE, developing realistic study habits as well as motivation and goal setting. The presenter also highlighted three of the most important things that top performing students do, that are not explicitly taught in the classroom:

  1. Organised study notes
  2. Extra reading
  3. Practice exam papers throughout the year
RMIT Excursion

Year 12 RMIT Excursion

Year 12 VCE students attended RMIT University in the CBD to experience university life and get inspired about the busy year that awaits them! Elevate Education presented two workshops for students, teaching them about memory mnemonics and how to successfully build their study habits this year. Students also participated in a university challenge to familiarise themselves with all that RMIT has to offer. Congratulations to the winners!

A Phelp's Finish

Interschool Swimming Squad

Our Swimming Squad led the way in success in the pool in the Whittlesea Division round when our team ventured out to Coburg Olympic Swimming Pool.

We had multiple first placings from a small yet strong squad.

Oliver Stewart, Connor Matzkows, Riley McLay and Alex Luscombe were all members of the first placing Boys 4 x 50m freestyle.

Crazy Kaleidoscopes

Crazy Kaleidoscopes


In Year 9 Computer Graphics students complete a unit on experimental imagery. Over the course of the unit students will explore and manipulate images through Adobe Photoshop in order to create digital artworks. These are some of the beautiful end results from a task on Kaleidoscopes. 


Mrs Kempster

Art Teacher