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Love Bites Program

All of our current Year 10 and Year 11 students have now completed the Lovebites Program, an excellent program designed to assist student understand Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault and have a voice to speak up and say “NO”.

Our Year 10 students were educated in the Lovebites program last week, spending the entire day with the program leaders, our teaching staff Mr Bumpstead, Ms Calvert, our Health Educator, Nurse Jackie Weepers and four trained members from Victoria Police also assisted in the program delivery.

Hands on Learning

The past few weeks the HOL students have been doing so much work to build a brick path and brick wood-fired BBQ near the pizza oven, veggie garden and senior school centre.

Their projects are progressing nicely. Great work everyone!

Senior Boys Basketball

Japanese Visit 2017

Inaugural Whittlesea SC Careers Expo

Year 10, 11 and 12 students attended the inaugural Whittlesea SC Careers Exhibition on Thursday 3 August. Students were able to browse the stalls, brochures and course guides of numerous universities, TAFE, private tertiary providers and apprenticeship organisations, as well as talk to representatives of these institutions. The day was a great success, introducing students to a wide variety of post secondary school options, to compliment their careers planning.

Psychology Excursion

On Thursday 3 August Mr Hart and Mrs Ward’s Year 11 Psychology students visited the National Gallery of Victoria and the Melbourne Museum.

As part of Unit 2, students have been investigating visual sensation and perception.  In their visit to the National Galley students were able to apply depth cues and Gestalt principles to a number of contemporary and older art works.

Legally Blonde

Vietnam 2017

On June 15 Whittlesea Secondary College embarked on a journey of a life time to Vietnam with 12 students and 2 staff members.

Leadership Training Day


On Monday 24th July the Whittlesea Secondary College Student Leadership Team and students in 7E participated in the Leadership Training Day at the College. Students had the opportunity to work on developing many skills throughout the day. These included team building, communication, public speaking and Kids Teach Kids orchestral instruments. 7E and the leadership students will now have the opportunity to apply these skills throughout the semester in the Kids Teaching Kids program, working with our feeder primary schools.

Coffee School Bus

Over the past two weeks, 30 students have taken the opportunity to gain their barista certificate when the Coffee School Bus came to visit. The students had a great time working on a machine, practising their coffee extractions and texturing and pouring milk.


Mr Steve Lascelles

Food Technology Teacher

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