• P-6 Swimming Program, 3rd-12th December, 2019

    The P-6 Swimming Program was held over the past two weeks. Unfortunately the weather was unkind and we didn’t get as many sessions in as we had hoped for. The students still did a remarkable job when they finally made it to the pool, working on how to be safe around water areas such as pools, lakes, rivers and the ocean. They also received valuable instructions on stroke technique. The Year 5 and 6 students also had the opportunity to be tested for their Victorian Water Safety Certificates. Thank you to Morgan Edge, Olivia O’Brien, Lizzie Cook and Kate Ludeman for assisting us with our program again this year.

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  • Australian All Schools Champsionship – Perth

    Congratulations to Caytlyn Sharp, on her huge  success at the 2019 Australian All Schools Championships in Perth. Caytlyn competed in the Under 18 Para 100 m dash, finishing 3rd  and in the Under 18 Para Long Jump, finishing 1st , to  claim the title of Australian All Schools National Champion in Long Jump for 2019. Fantastic results Caytlyn, well done.

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  • Canteen & Lunch Order Services 2019

    Canteen Service This Thursday 12th December will be the final day for Canteen Services for 2019. This will also be the last day for lunch orders at the P-4 Campus.

  • P-12 Out Of Uniform Day- Wednesday 11th December, 2019

    The P-12 College will be holding a Christmas Dress Up Day (you could wear a Christmas sweater, t-shirt, Santa hat, you could come as Santa! etc.), this to be a gold coin donation which will go towards the QLD & NSW Fire Relief.    

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  • Terang College Sports Uniforms

    In the past few years Terang College Parents Association and the College have purchased sports uniforms for students to borrow when representing Terang College at interschool sports including District, Division, Regional and State levels. These uniforms assist with team spirit amongst the students. Unfortunately there are a number of sports singlets, jackets, and football jumpers missing. It would be greatly appreciated if parents and students could search at home, school bags and lockers for any of these items and return any to either College office or leave on Narrelle Cavarsan’s desk. Thank you, Narrelle Cavarsan  

  • Salt Creek Scholarships

    In recognition of the importance of education in our local community, the Salt Creek Wind Farm has established an annual Scholarship of $30K to a deserving local applicant who can illustrate the benefits the Scholarship can offer him/her. The primary objective of the Scholarship is to provide the opportunity to potential Scholars who might not otherwise be able to manage a tertiary education as a result of the associated costs they face due to living away from home and supporting themselves close to their chosen place of study. Selection is based on personal qualities and demonstrated leadership as well as academic ability. Shortlisted applicants will be interviewed and successful candidates…

  • Cricket Blast Cup Regional Finals – Thursday 21st November, 2019

    Well done to Lucy Eldridge, Bree Coverdale, Emma Hill, Jess Bell, Sema Meric, Lilly Dixon, Su-Ri Kim, Allivia Hoey and Olivia Duffield on their outstanding performance at the Greater Western  Region Cricket Finals in Hamilton on Thursday. The girls won 2 out of 4 games, losing one game by only 4 runs. Awesome effort girls. A huge thank you to Nick Castersen and Harvey Roberts  for coaching and umpiring the girls on the day and Mr. Geary for scoring all the games.

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  • Energy Breakthrough Update

    To Terang College Community, As you may well be aware, there is bush fire activity in the vicinity of Maryborough however our Energy Breakthrough students, parents and staff are safe and there is no current risk.   For precautionary reasons, we have established evacuation arrangements and students and staff have been informed of the designated evacuation area.   We will post updates through this media forum as available.   Greg Button & Mick Castersen  

  • Uniform Policy Changes 2020

    The College uniform is actively promoted by all sections of the College community. A uniform is seen as a valuable means of displaying a common sense of purpose and unity and a significant means of promoting the values and culture of the College within and beyond the general community. Within this in mind the Terang College School Council has implemented a number of changes to the Terang College uniform policy. In 2020 the College’s uniform will be compulsory for all F-12 students, with the exception of occasional days agreed upon as casual clothes days. College shorts: all College shorts must be of school quality, logo free and mid-thigh to knee…