• Caytlyn Sharp competes at Inas Global Games Brisbane

    Caytlyn Sharp competed this week at the Inas Global Games in Brisbane against 50 countries and 1000 athletes.  In the Triple Jump she broke the Australian U18 and U20 record with a new PB of 9:75 and is now 4th ranked in the world and 2nd ranked junior.  Long jump another big PB of 4.91 in the morning qualifiers and 4.96 in the final, placing 4th in the world. Cayty was proud to mention Terang College in her interview with SBS world.  In the 200mtr a PB in the semi’s of 28.01.  In high jump it was a tough competition she received the silver medal with a jump of 1.46,…

    Comments Off on Caytlyn Sharp competes at Inas Global Games Brisbane
  • TMFNC Junior Presentations

    Terang Mortlake FNC held their junior presentation night on August 31st, congratulations to the following Terang College students who received Awards on the night and also to all other students who represented the club throughout the year in both football and netball. Tyson Royal – U14’s Best & Fairest Ned Roberts – U14’s Runner-Up Best & Fairest Tyler Vickers – U14’s Most Consistent Harvey Roberts – U16’s Best & Fairest  

  • KNFNC Junior Presentation Awards 2019

    Terang College was very well represented at the recent Kolora-Noorat FNC 2019 presentation evening with seven students being recognised, including: Jack Carlin – U15’s Most Determined Declan Barbary – U15’s Most Consistent Jess Beasley – U15’s Runners Up Best & Fairest Michael Hoey – U15’s Coaches Award Nicholas Castersen – U15’s Runners Up Best & Fairest Harry Stewart – U15’s Most Courageous Kasey Gee – 2019 Junior Netball Club Person of the Year We are extremely proud of each and every one of these students. It would be remiss of me, however,  if I didn’t give special mention to one of these students: Kasey Gee. Kasey was awarded the 2019…

  • Big Breakfast Arrangements – Friday 20th September, 2019

    It is on again! Terang College will hold its annual Big Breakfast on Friday 20th September commencing at 8:00am. Once again the ‘Big Breakfast’ will be held at the 5-12 Campus in Strong Street. The cost is $7.00 per person; pre-schoolers are free. Tickets are available from either Campus office.  All students are encouraged to dress in their favourite football colours on the day. All P-4 Campus bus travellers will be dropped to the 5-12 Campus. P-4 Campus students who walk, ride or are taken to school via alternative transport in the morning, should be dropped at the 5-12 campus on Friday 20th September. Please note the P-4 Campus will…

    Comments Off on Big Breakfast Arrangements – Friday 20th September, 2019
  • 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

    Comments Off on P-12 Wear It Purple Day – Friday 30th August, 2019