Our Open Day and Evening this year is on Thursday, 23rd April and you are invited to participate in a tour to observe a normal day at the college. Our VCAL Cafe students will be serving refreshments during the tours, which start from the reception area at 9:00am, 10:00am, 12:00pm and 2:00pm. There will be an information session in the college theatre at 7:00pm.
For more information, or if you would like to arrange to visit at an alternative time, please contact Mr Kevin Fahey at the college.
Carwatha 2014 Year 12 student, Fuad Osmancevic, has been selected as a finalist in the TOPshots annual awards which recognise the best photomedia work produced by VCE students of Art, Media and Studio Arts.
The work of all of the finalists will be on display at the Monash Gallery of Art in Wheelers Hill from March 4-29.
Two of Fuad’s photographic works are on display in the college office foyer.
Commencing in 2015, all Year 10 students at Carwatha begin their Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) or Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) studies. They will study the VCE or VCAL over 3 years.
This is not intended to be just another acceleration program, but is an innovative, personalised approach to learning. It provides students with broader choices and opportunities to extend and consolidate their learning, with the aim of improved outcomes for all.
Meet Shadow, the newest member of our Student Wellbeing team. His role includes: supporting students; visiting classes and the Inclusion Centre; meeting parents; yard duty; participating in Student Support Group meetings . . . and much, much more. These are some students' comments about Shadow and his work:
Shadow sits by students as they receive counselling in the Student Wellbeing Centre. His achievements have included:
Last year, SRC students organised the Multicultural Day. This idea was initiated by the SRC and has now been embraced as a tradition at our school. There was an assembly in the morning, showcasing student performances such as dances, songs, instrumental music and poem recitals from different cultures in our school. There was also a multicultural display showing special artefacts from the students’ cultures. Students dressed up in their cultural clothes to celebrate their backgrounds and being part of multiculturalism at our school. .
The Year 11 Business Management class ran their own business, selling a variety of different foods from cultures all around the world, as part of their assessment. Students and staff bought food such as cevapis, nachos, wedges, Dutch pancakes, Greek chicken skewers, butter chicken, churros, kebabs and drinks. SRC 2014
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