• School Cleaner Wanted – Terang

    Capital Commercial Cleaning are seeking the services of a school cleaner. Monday-Friday, 3:30pm onwards Working with Children’s Card essential Award wages apply Email resume to: mail@capitalcc.com.au For enquiries please phone Capital Commercial Cleaning on 03 5245 8992  

  • Indigenous Culture

    Thank you to Tanya McDonald  and Adeline who came this term to teach our P-4 students about local Aboriginal dances and the story behind them. We learnt the Hunting Dance “Gnootyoong Karweeyn” and all about the animals involved like the kuyang (eel), gneeangar (eagle), koorrayn (kangaroo) and the kapprring (emu). The students and staff really enjoyed it and learnt a lot. 

  • P-12 Wear It Purple Day – Friday 30th August, 2019

    Terang College are proud to host “Wear It Purple” day to show our support and empower young LGBTIQ+ people. This event will be held on Friday and does not cost anything. Students are encouraged to come wearing something purple. However this is not an out of uniform day so if they are not wearing purple they are required to be in school uniform. Thanks you for your support

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  • Corangamite Makes Music – Friday 21st June, 2019

    Our instrumental music students will be performing at the  ‘Corangamite Makes Music’ at the Phoenix Theatre in Curdie Street, Cobden this Friday, 21 June at 7.00pm. Please join us for a great night showcasing instrumental music in our Shire! Thank you to Corangamite Shire for organising this event.

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  • P-12 Biggest Morning Tea – Friday 28th June, 2019

    The Biggest Morning Tea -Friday June the 28th Terang College P-12 Students: Gold Coin Donation Community Members: $5 Entry Food donation’s such as cakes, slices, fruit or sandwiches will be much appreciated (forms will be sent home Tuesday the 18th of June).

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  • Free Community Seminar – Health After Hurt – Tuesday 30th April, 2019

    Health After Hurt, kidnapped teacher and author Rob Hunter, retells the story of the Wooreen State School kidnapping of 1977 and the after affects. The presentation gives first hand insight into the trauma experienced by the victims, of heroism and bravery, along with the health and healing that is possible from such pain and torment.  

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