MESSAGE FROM OUR PRINCIPAL TAMMY ROTH
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Now is a good opportunity to reflect on what was the unpredictability of Term 1. With a number of staff shortages due to COVID restrictions and a flooding rain event, Term 1 resulted in the return of remote learning and a number of school closures. During this time, staff worked closely with all students to provide support to all affected – we where blessed that no-one was significantly affected by either event and I pray that everyone stays safe as we move into Term 2.

We are very fortunate to have a number of new staff members joining the team in Term 2 - all new members have displayed a commitment to working tirelessly to get to know and support every young person that comes into our school. These new staff bring a wealth of additional ideas and skills to add to our existing team.

This term we will see a number of programs rolled out across the campuses – including vocational education training, health and wellbeing activities and work experience opportunities. Classroom learning and assessment will continued as scheduled.

With the winter season fast approaching, the Year 12 students will soon start the process of organising their ‘senior jerseys’. This is a highlight for all graduating young people and we look forward to working with the students to get the design ‘just right’.

I look forward to another exciting term which should give us more opportunities to achieve our vision – helping young people achieve success, “a hope and a future” (Jeremiah 29:11).