View the AIP 2015 here.

Say No to Family Violence

Each and every week two women in Australia die as a result of violence, shattering families and causing unimaginable grief and despair for those affected. Sadly the City of Casey has the highest number of reported incidents of family violence in Victoria with 3840 reported incidents since 2012, up from 2408 in 2010.
Together with Judith Graley MP, our college launched our Say No to Family Violence awareness campaign including revealing the banner designed and painted by our students.



Primary News

Term 4 2015


Prep Tours

Please contact our Enrolment Officer on 9704 3369 for Prep Tours or enrolment information.

Student Voice


click to hear our musicMusic Performance Calendar

1 to 1 iPads for Learning

Year 5 & 7

Please click here for more information on our iPad program for Year 5 & 7 students.

Year 5 and 7 iPad Program

Primary Wellbeing

Breakfast Club

When: Tuesdays and Thursday mornings from 8:15am to 8:40am
Cost: Free of charge!
What: Toast,  juice, music and fun
Where: Grade 5 OLC Kitchen

Primary Parent & Community Morning Teas

Please join us for a hot drink and some morning tea in the Grade 5 OLC at 9:00am to 10:00am and keep up to date with what’s happening in our school and wider community on the following dates:
Friday 20 November
Friday 11 December

Events 2015

View your child's events on our Student Management system 'Compass'

Friday 13 November

Visual Arts Exhibition


Qualifier Expedition at Cathedral Ranges (continued)

Year 10 Duke of Edinburgh Students

Mt Martha Treatment Plant Excursion

Year 10B, 10D & 10E

Melbourne Museum Excursion

Year 7 Humanities

Bowling / Indoor Sports

Year 10

Step into Prep Session 2 of 3

2016 Preps

Monday 16 November

Yr 12 Transition

Year 11

Philip Island Adventure Resort Camp

Year 8

Year 7 Transition : Session 2

Grade 6

Tuesday 17 November

Junior Boys Tackle & Girls Tag

State Rugby Competition

Year 7, 8, 9

Get Active Girls Crossfit

Year 9

Visy Recycling Centre

Year 10

Victorian School Bands Festival

School Concert Band

Wednesday 18 November

Martz Yoga for Kids: Session 2 of 4

Grade 6

Thursday 19 November

Girls Softball State Finals

Year 8

Visy Recycling Centre Visit

Year 7, 8, 10

Monash On-campus Visit - Monash SAM Program

Year 8

Money Business and You Bargaining Excursion

Year 9

Friday 20 November

Yr 11 Last day of School


The National Young Leaders Day

Year 9

Sights and Sounds of Melbourne

Year 10

Fitness Industries - MCG & Sports Museum Tour

Year 10

First Aid Certificate: Session 1 of 2

Year 10 Retail Cafe Students

Casey 360 Bus - Lunchtime Visit

Year 7 - 9

Step into Prep Session 3 of 3

2016 Preps

Monday 23 November

Year 7 Transition: Session 3 (final session)

Grade 6

Get Active Girls Crossfit

Year 9

Tuesday 24 November

Hands On Learning Trout Farm Excursion


Touch Rugby Lunchtime Competition

Year 8 & 9

Wednesday 25 November

Year 10 End of Year Exams


Touch Rugby Lunchtime Competition

Year 8 & 9

Peer Support Leaders Training Day

Student leaders

First Aid Certificate: Session 2 of 2

Year 10 Retail Cafe students

Martz Yoga for Kids: Session 3 of 4

Grade 6

Mountains to the Sea - Surfing Excursion

Year 9 MTTS Elective

Thursday 26 November

Year 10 End of Year Exams


Crime & Punishment Old Melbourne Gaol Excursion

Year 9 Brain Buzz

Friday 27 November

Year 10 End of Year Exams

The Education State

The Victorian Government is building the Education State – supporting all Victorians to live the lives they want to live and get the jobs they need, securing our state’s economic and social future.

Every Victorian has an equal right to the knowledge and skills to shape their lives, regardless of their background, their personal circumstances and where they live.

We want to hear from all Victorians - their experiences and aspirations for learning – in and out of the classroom – to make Victoria the Education State

To have your say, visit The Education State Consultation

Education State

SchoolMate App

Want to find out more about what your child is learning at school in each subject at each year level? Need practical tips about what you can do at home to help support your child’s education? SchoolMate is an essential App for parents of school-aged children in Victoria, Australia.

Produced by Victoria’s Department of Education and Training, SchoolMate will provide parents with a roadmap to help aid their child’s learning at home and at school.




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