To support student wellbeing over the school holidays, DET (Department of Education and Training) have a guide that provides some great and easy tips on how to continue looking after one’s mental health and wellbeing over the school holidays, and includes services to reach out to if support is required. The resource below also includes mental health support weblinks and has useful mental health support resources.
Please find below a list of important dates for the start of the 2021 school year. Other dates and announcements will be published as details are finalised so please refer to this list frequently to ensure you don’t miss anything important.
We recently held an online information session for students who will be attending year 10 at Hallam Senior College in 20201.
For those who were unable to view the session that night, we have a recoding for you to view here.
The online ordering portal is now open for 2021 booklist orders to be placed.
VCAL Personal Development students were tasked to come up with an idea to improve our community and we went through a voting process in which we came up with litter as our main idea. Our class split into many groups and we each had our own individual projects which would help build our community into the better place it is projected to be.
The Victorian Government has released its plan for easing COVID 19 restrictions for Victoria and it includes the following decisions about school operations including those at Hallam Senior College.
This virtual exhibition is a chance for some of our Visual Art students to showcase their talents. It allows friends, parents, guardians, teachers and fellow students a chance to see the fabulous work that our students are producing.
The Victorian Government has announced that, on the advice of the Victorian Chief Health Officer, regional and rural Victoria will move to Stage 3 restrictions and metropolitan Melbourne will move to Stage 4 restrictions to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
As part of the 2021 Course Counselling Process, we recently streamed some presentations for parents and guardians on our Facebook page.
In line with advice from the Victorian Chief Health Officer, the Victorian Government has announced that those in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire must wear a face covering when they leave home from 11.59pm on Wednesday 22 July 2020.
This means that school-based staff, secondary school students and any visitors to schools in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire will be required to wear a face covering. The Victorian Chief Health Officer has advised that any face covering will be acceptable – it does not need to be a surgical mask.