Year 7 Science: Melba Gully Ecosystems Tour

On Thursday May 31st, students in Year 7 visited Melba Gully in the Otways to complete a unit of work about Ecosystems. Apollo Bay Parks Victoria provided two rangers to take the students on a short bush walk and provide them with insights to local flora and fauna. An enthused student, Matthew Claridge took some beautiful photos on the walk. Below he describes his passion for photography: I got into photography when I was 3 when I got my first camera, it was a blue Fisher Price kid-tough digital camera. I mostly took silly pictures like for instance a picture of one of my books….. upside down. I had that camera until 2012 when I got a hand me down from Mum and Dad. I basically did the same t

Winter Sports - Girls Football

Last Wednesday (May 30th) a combined CSC Yr 7 – 10 Girls football team travelled to Apollo Bay to play in the annual four team round robin against Trinity Junior, Trinity Intermediate and Coastal Combined. The girls started out strongly against the first Trinity team demonstrating some impressive skills, team work and strength to come out winners by 18 points. Charlotte Hardy and Brooke Hawkins played consistently, breaking away from tackles and scoring the first goals for the day. The following games weren’t as successful in the attack, however, the girls continued to show determination to fight for possession but their efforts were surpassed by a couple of stronger teams. The girls displa

Western Region Cross Country

Last Friday, 21 students travelled to Deakin University, Warrnambool Campus to compete in the Western Region Cross Country. All students performed really well and year 8 student, Ebony Armistead qualified to compete in the upcoming SSV State Final.

Year 7 Deakin University Visit

On Wednesday May 30th, year 7 students visited Deakin University’s Waurn Ponds campus. On arrival, we were met by a group of Deakin students who spent the day with us. After breaking into groups, we began with a tour looking at the campus facilities. Following the tour, students participated in a workshop called ‘Presiding over the Possibilities’ run by the Deakin students. We then enjoyed lunch at the Deakin Food Court and there was also time to play basketball, kick the footy and use the impressive outdoor gym facilities. In the afternoon, students broke into groups of four to five to participate in a ‘Mission Possible’ task where they used clues from around the university to crack a code.

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