• Parents Association Meeting – Monday 24th February, 2020

    We welcome all new and returning students, parents and staff. Hoping the first few weeks finds students settling well into their new routines and enjoying the College. We have our first meeting of the year on 24th February @7.30pm in the staff room @ P-4 campus. We would love to see new faces at this very friendly, informal gathering of parents, which gives parents a bit of an idea of what makes our school run smoothly and a great chance to ask any questions about school life. (In my experience there is never a silly question.) Please make an effort, the meeting goes for roughly an hour, the 4th Monday…

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  • Importance of School Attendance

    IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOL ATTENDANCE All children aged 6-17 years are required to be enrolled at a registered school. Unless students have an illness or medical condition which prevents them from attending, a bereavement or prior arrangements have been made with their school, all students are expected to be there. School attendance is mandated under the Education Training and Reform Act 2006 and it is the responsibility of parents/ carers to ensure their child regularly attends school. Regular absences do have an impact on learning. For example, if a student misses one day of a school a fortnight that equates to 20 days or 1 month of schooling per year, which is…

  • Guitar Lessons – 5-12 Campus Only, 2020

    Jacob West is returning to Terang College this year to offer private group and individual guitar lessons to students at the 5-12 Campus. At this stage, Jacob teaches on a Tuesday morning. To enrol in guitar lessons or for further information, please email Jacob on experiencejacob@gmail.com and he will contact you.

  • P-4 Campus Friday Assemblies 2020

    P-4 Friday Assemblies Every Friday the P-4 campus hold an assembly which parents are welcome to attend, this is held in the Multi-purpose Room. Assembly time commences at 12.40pm.

  • Conveyance Allowance – Term 1, 2020

    Conveyance Allowance The conveyance allowance assists families with the cost of transporting their children to and from school where there is insufficient access to school buses.  To be eligible, students must live in regional and rural Victoria and live more than 4.8km from their nearest bus stop and outside Terang town limits. One claim will cover the full twelve months.  Term 1 claim must be submitted to the College by Friday 28th February, 2020.

  • Year 12 Parents – Free Seminar – Thursday 13th February, 2020

     Year 12 parents are invited to attend a free seminar with Elevate. Elevate is a study skills program. Year 12 students will attend their own Elevate seminar during the Year 12 Study and Industry Camp next week. The parent session is tailored to parents to help them to understand how they can help their children have success in Year 12.  The seminar will be held at Camperdown College on Thursday 13th February. It will be in the Drama room at the Wilson St Campus (Entry via Errey St). The session commences at 7.00pm and runs for approximately 1 hour.  https://au.elevateeducation.com/

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  • Portland Basketball Tournament – 1-2 February, 2020

    A number of Terang College students headed to Portland last weekend for Basketball with the Terang Tornadoes. Congratulations to Ella Clifford, Tayla Bell, Mayci Dwyer & Kaitlyn Hill who were members of the winning Under 12 Grand Final side. Makayla Vickers, Jess Bell & Olivia Lourey were Runners-up in the Under 14 Grand Final. Congratulations to all students who participated on the weekend.  

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  • 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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