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Weekly Wrap, Week 11 – Term 2 (2020)

Weekly Wrap Dear all,   Welcome to week 11 of Term 2, certainly the most unusual period of time I have ever spent in education.   I wanted to focus this bulletin on thanking and congratulating everyone in our community for the way you all took responsibility to look for the opportunities during an incredibly…


Weekly Wrap, Week 10 – Term 2 (2020)

Weekly Wrap Dear all, Welcome to week 10. After the rush of the first week, and the excitement of a return to onsite schooling for all students. This week settled into one of assessment and hard work. During our weekly Learning Walk, our Leadership Team observed students who were focused and working extremely well in…

Year 7s at Forest Hill College celebrating heading back to school on Tues. Felix Rodrigues, 13, and Jennifer Schutz, 13. Principal David Rogers.  Picture: Tim Carrafa

Weekly Wrap, Week 9 – Term 2 (2020)

Weekly Wrap Dear all,   Welcome to week 9. What a week it was with the return to onsite learning of our Year 7 to 10 students. Our students seemed very excited to be back. Staff were delighted to be teaching face to face again, as finally we seemed back to normal. Maddy, Felix and…


Weekly Wrap, Week 8 – Term 2 (2020)

Weekly Wrap Dear all, Welcome to our final weekly wrap of remote learning. It seems like light years ago when we shut down onsite learning and moved to a remote delivery style. I wanted to thank every member of our community for their efforts and their understanding through this incredible time. I think in time…


Weekly Wrap, Week 7 – Term 2 (2020)

Weekly Wrap Welcome to week 7. Wominjeka!   This week, 27 May to 3 June, we celebrate the 2020 National Reconciliation Week.   We all have a role to play when it comes to reconciliation, and in playing our part we collectively build relationships and communities that value Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, histories…


Weekly Wrap, Week 6 – Term 2 (2020)

Weekly Wrap Dear all welcome to Week 6.   This week has been a busy week as we prepare for the return of staff and VCE/ VCAL students. Additional cleaning and signage has been completed now. All rooms have sanitiser and tissues and we feel confident we are in a good position to safely return…

IDAHOBIT I stand with

Weekly Wrap, Week 5 – Term 2 (2020)

Weekly Wrap Dear All, Welcome to week 5. This was the week that we found out when we would be returning to school. We are excited with the news that our VCE students will return on May 26. We have been and are continuing to, work on the many details required to ensure the College…


Weekly Wrap, Week 4 – Term 2 (2020)

Weekly Wrap Dear All,   Welcome to Week 4. The week has been full of speculation around when schools will return and when restrictions will be lifted. All indicators we have is that remote learning will be continuing for some time yet. Whilst this has been a challenge for many, we have been very impressed…

Remote Learning Positives

Weekly Wrap, Week 3 – Term 2 (2020)

Weekly Wrap Dear all, Welcome to week 3 of remote learning.  I have been reflecting on the wonderful adaptation most have made to remote learning. It seems like we are in a bit of a groove now and making as good a progression each lesson as we could expect given the challenges we have all…


Weekly Wrap, Week 2 – Term 2 (2020)

Weekly Wrap Dear all, Welcome to week 2 of Term 2, remote learning style. Similar to what I said last week, our community has adjusted to this very well. Attendance in classes has been outstanding. Tomorrow is ANZAC Day. Anzac Day is one of the most solemn days on Australia’s calendar, with tens of thousands…