• 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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  • Nexus Community Concert, Friday 24th May, 2019

    On Friday night, our Year 2-4 singing group and Mrs Pugh’s instrumental group represented Terang College at the Nexus Concert in the Civic Hall. Both groups did an incredible job performing, as did the students who performed in dancing groups, Liam King on bagpipes and Emily Fuge’s solo violin performance. Special mention to the Year 2-4 singers who were incredibly resilient when their music wouldn’t play initially, and even sang Advance Australia Fair as an acapella alongside Mrs Mackinnon. Well done to all involved. It was a successful night for our students.

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  • CDSSAA – Thursday 28th March, 2019

    On Thursday 28th March, 32 Terang College students travelled to Frederick Street Oval in Camperdown to compete in the District Athletics sports day. The Terang College team who competed on the day were: Leanna Clark, Sophie Webber, Jackenzie Sharp, Makayla Brown, Logan Cumming, Jack Eldridge, Eamon Sloane, Kai Crawley, Lynley Sharp, Amelia Castersen, Tayla Bell, Elizabeth Flavell, Jack Farrell, Tayte McMaster, Oliver Wilson, Beau Mitchell, Sema Meric, Felicity Wood, Bikardi Millar, Lilly Dixon, Oliver Guthrie, Ben Crawley, Blade Gilbert, Boyd Hutchins, Su-Ri Kim, Jess Bell, Kaitlin Hill, Olivia Lourey, Cody Overweter, Alester Alcantra, Bailey Cumming and Edward Delaney. All students competed remarkably well and should all be proud of their…

  • P-12 Out of Uniform Day – Friday 5th April, 2019

    This Friday there will be whole College Out of Uniform Day.  Monies raised by the 5-12 Campus will go towards the Breakfast Club.  Monies raised by the P-4 Campus will go towards plants for the front garden beds.

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  • P-4 Campus Parent Teacher Interviews – Wednesday 27th March, 2019

    Parent Teacher Interviews for students in Prep to Year 4 will take place on Wednesday 27th March, 2019. Interview times commence at 1.30pm every ten minutes with the last appointment time available being 6.20pm. To make an appointment you must login to your Compass account. Appointments can be made between 9.00am Tuesday 19th March until 12.00midday on Tuesday 26th March, when the session will close and no further appointments can be made.

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  • P-4 Scholastic Book Club – Term 1, Issue 2 – Close Monday 18th March, 2019

    Book Club Issue 2 for Book Club was sent out early last week, and orders are due back to school no later than 12pm on Monday  18th March 2019. Please remember that 20% of your order goes directly to our school to purchase books to be utilised in the classrooms and the library. There are some wonderful new books and many specials in this issue of book club. If for any reason you would like your order to remain discrete, please include a note with your order and I can contact you upon arrival. Orders may be placed and paid for online with your credit card; or return the order with cash…

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  • Computer Skills Development

    On Friday afternoon, some of the Year 3 & 4 students worked with the Foundation students to build their computer skills. They had a fantastic time learning to turn the computers on and off, and use PM Reading and Targeting Maths. The Year 3 & 4’s practised their leadership and communication skills.