Parent Bulletin 10
Friday 27 May
Celebrating Outstanding Student Achievement
On 12 May, Mel McCabe of Year 12 was recognised along with students from other secondary colleges in Western Melbourne for her achievements as part of the Western Chances scholarship program.
Western Chances believes in the power of education to transform and support young people to achieve their goals from Melbourne’s West.
It was a privilege to be invited to Government House and to meet with the Governor of Victoria, The Honourable Linda Dessau AC.
Senior Performing Arts Evening
Senior Performing Arts Evening
Join the Year 10 Dance class and Year 10 - 12 Drama students on the evening of Wednesday 1st June to view a range of performances created this semester. The students have been working incredibly hard to stage these projects and it would be great to celebrate their achievements with family and friends.
Wednesday 1st June
M Building @ 7:00pm
Senior Girls Netball
On Thursday 12th May, the Senior Girls Netball Team ventured to Broadmeadows stadium to play a round robin tournament against other schools.
The first game was the hardest and most nerve wracking. They came up against EKC. It was a very close game and scores were level half way through the last half. With defenders Milla Murphy, Amelia McIntosh Webb and Ruby Bailey playing superb, the girls managed to pull away winning 15 -12.
The next game the girls played Rosehill. They continued their winning streak and came away victorious 31-10. Emily Knox, Victoria Bosio and Scarlett Robinson were all fantastic playing their roles in goals and hardly missing any shots.
The last game played was against Buckley Park. The girls needed to win this to be able to walk away victorious for the whole day otherwise it would go back to goals for and against as all teams would have been on two wins each. With Isobel Nicholas leading the group through her outstanding play through the midcourt and supported by Sofia Pisano with her great drives onto the circle, the girls walked away with another win, winning 17-11. Special mention to Lily Pelosi who starred in GK with a rejection and multiple intercepts.
Well done to all the girls for your efforts and we look forward to the next round. It was a privilege to watch you all play.
Mid Year Concert Series 2022
Strathmore music faculty is returning to the Clocktower Centre in Moonee Ponds this year for our Mid-Year Concert Series. The concerts feature all students who learn music at the college and are a celebration of the work they have achieved in their ensembles so far this year.
Tickets are available through the Clocktower Centre website, and will be available for purchase from 10am on Monday the 30th of May. Come along and support the incredible work of the college’s musicians.
Clocktower Centre, Moonee Ponds
Tuesday 21st June and Wednesday 22nd June @ 7:30pm
Click HERE to book tickets.
Year 7 Food Technology students have been hard at work designing and creating their own flavours of swirly scones. Here are some of the students with their creations.
ACMI Screenwriting Workshop
Sixteen Year 9 and 10 students were lucky enough to attend a screenwriting workshop at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) in Federation Square, as part of the Victorian High Ability Program (VHAP).
The students participated in inspirational activities that gave them practical tips for storytelling, taught them how to structure a film story, and how to pitch a script idea.