• 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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  • 2019 Book Week Celebrations

    From 17-23 August 2019 we celebrate CBCA Book Week and in 2019 Terang College plans to celebrate as a whole school (P-12).  Throughout the year, the Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) works in partnership with authors, illustrators, publishers, booksellers and other organisations in the children’s book world to bring images and stories into the hearts and minds of children and adults.  The CBCA is a not for profit, volunteer run organisation that aims to engage the community with literature for young Australians. Established in 1945, the CBCA was founded at a time when Australian children’s books were few, and Australian authors and illustrators were virtually unknown. In 1946 the…

  • Cake Stall/Street Stall – Thankyou

    Thank you to everyone that baked and helped out in anyway to make our street stall last Friday a success. Pictured is a photo of the new fridge we were able to purchase with the funds raised from the street stall. Much appreciated Terang College Parent’s Association 

  • Student Work Experience

    Kane Johnstone recently completed his work experience with the Brisbane Lions. He is pictured here with Charlie Cameron and former Terang College teacher Paul Henriksen.

  • Parents Entering Student Absence/Notes/Approvals on Compass

    The College would like to highlight the ease and convenience for both parents and the College when parents enter their child’s absence directly onto Compass.  We are asking parents to enter student absences directly onto Compass instead of contacting the College.  If you are unable to access Compass, please contact administration staff who will assist to rectify your access problems. Log into compass icon(on mobile device) or  (https://terangcollege.vic.jdlf.com.au) On the home screen (left hand side)  click on + add attendance note/approval (approved) Select the reason from the dropdown box In comments box write a reason for absence Select the start date Select finish date and the Select time of absence, (if student absent…

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