Senior Badminton

Our first ever Badminton team competed in our district. A strong team of four in Alex Hybinett, Edwin Johnstone, James Davies and Arij Ameen took on Lalor, Lalor North and Epping to see who would progress through to the finals.

Hands On Learning

Our Wednesday and Friday Hands On Learning students (HOL) have been busy with many activities and projects. This Wednesday HOL students Damien, Mitch, Toby, Sean, Tye, Brayden and Mitchell were seen working together as they continue their fence building near the Senior School Centre.

Helen Heaney

HOL Coordinator

Girls Tennis

Our Intermediate Girls Tennis team set out to Boroondara Sports Complex for their Regional competition to see who would be crowned Champion of Northern Metro. In a very tough drawer our girls were brilliant on the day and competitive in all matches.

In round 1 against Eltham, our number 1 seed Shanae Watson led the way in defeating her opponent in her opening match. Eltham’s lower order players were extremely strong, and they managed to take out the game, meaning Whittlesea would now be fighting for places.

Ronald Mc Donald House - VET Hospitality/VCAL

Students from VET Hospitality 3 & 4 supported one of our VCAL students Justine in her school community project. Students cooked an array of foods for the families living at Ronald Mc Donald House. RMD House currently had 51 families staying with them and was very appreciative our home baked foods we provided.
Our students demonstrated amazing teamwork skills and I was very proud to be assisting them on the day.

Sam Banthorpe
VET Hospitality Teacher

Boys Netball

Our Boys Netballers went out to Mill Park Stadium for our Whittlesea Division Competition. Filling teams in our Junior, Intermediate and Senior competition, we were set for a big day across all teams.

Our Junior team had the tough challenge of taking on Hazel Glen where we were well beaten by a well drilled team. Round 2 against Lalor we were big winners by 15 goals, an outstanding effort. Our final game against Epping we fell well short, Epping eventually taking out the winning team on the day.

Year 10 Photography


Year 10 Students are currently working on a unit called "Storytelling through Photography". Over the course of the unit students have learned about the structure of a Photo Essay, sequencing and editing through Photoshop.


Students focused on a variety of themes ranging from the relationship between humans and animals to the comradery shared between team mates. These are some of their images. 


Courtney Kempster

Art/Photography Teacher

Sustainable Garden Sculpture Workshop 

Artist in residence Hoss Ayres and students took part in a creative public artwork called "The Forest Forever” in the Whittlesea Community Garden. The students decorated iron tree frames with all sorts of material and colourful recycled objects. Loads of fun was had and there was a real buzz with creative making. 


Wayne Wilson Wong

Art Teacher

Enviro Duty Challenge 2017 - Inaugural Awards for Term 1

Last year was the year the school community made the conscious decision to say ‘enough is enough’ when it came to the state of our school environment. The 2016 Student Leaders, teachers, maintenance staff and the school administration backed the start of an initiative to clean up the school grounds called the Enviro Duty Challenge.

Anzac Day

Last week our student leaders, along with many other students in various clubs, teams and groups, marched in the annual ANZAC Day Parade here in Whittlesea. As always, our students conducted themselves with the utmost respect and did a wonderful job of representing the school.

Year 10 student Shanae Watson read the Requiem beautifully in front of the huge crowd. Well done to all students involved once again for representing the school so well on a special day in the community and the country. 

Vic Roads Scholarship

Congratulations to Mitch Allen, Year 10, for being one of only 12 indigenous students across Victoria who successfully gained a scholarship from VicRoads. With more than 200 applications, Mitch was one of the first students selected. He will receive financial assistance for his studies each year until the end of Year 12 and may be offered work experience and other employment opportunities at VicRoads.

Helen Heaney

Indigenous Education Coordinator