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Monday June 17th, 2024

Please note that on Tuesday 18th June 2024, there is a Curriculum Day and ​General Achievement Test (GAT). It is a student-free day for students not sitting the GAT. ... See MoreSee Less

Please note that on Tuesday 18th June 2024, there is a Curriculum Day and ​General Achievement Test (GAT).  It is a student-free day for students not sitting the GAT.
Friday June 14th, 2024

We are committed to providing a safe and supportive learning environment at school, and we encourage you to start a conversation about social media at home.

For helpful resources and guidance, please visit the eSafety Commissioner website: www.esafety.gov.au/parents
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We are committed to providing a safe and supportive learning environment at school, and we encourage you to start a conversation about social media at home.
For helpful resources and guidance, please visit the eSafety Commissioner website: https://www.esafety.gov.au/parentsImage attachmentImage attachment
Thursday June 13th, 2024

On Thursday, May 30th, we hosted our annual Great Debate. The teacher team (Ms McLaren, Mrs Stott and Ms Wiltshire), tried to convince the audience that they should be replaced by A.I., whereas the students (Oliver, Isabelle and Ava), brought up many reasons as to why teachers are irreplaceable. Thankfully, the judges (Ms McNair, Oliver and Mattea) sided with the students so that our fantastic teachers at Monbulk College can retain their jobs! Best Speaker was awarded to Ms McLaren for the Affirmative team and Ava for the Negative team. Thank you to all the staff and students who attended this wonderful event. ... See MoreSee Less

On Thursday, May 30th, we hosted our annual Great Debate. The teacher team (Ms McLaren, Mrs Stott and Ms Wiltshire), tried to convince the audience that they should be replaced by A.I., whereas the students (Oliver, Isabelle and Ava), brought up many reasons as to why teachers are irreplaceable. Thankfully, the judges (Ms McNair, Oliver and Mattea) sided with the students so that our fantastic teachers at Monbulk College can retain their jobs! Best Speaker was awarded to Ms McLaren for the Affirmative team and Ava for the Negative team. Thank you to all the staff and students who attended this wonderful event.Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment
Thursday June 13th, 2024

The Year 9 Art class has created wonderful Drypoint Etchings using Imaginary Circus as their theme. They then hand coloured them with watercolour paints. Such beautiful works! ... See MoreSee Less

The Year 9 Art class has created wonderful Drypoint Etchings using Imaginary Circus as their theme. They then hand coloured them with watercolour paints. Such beautiful works!Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

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Beautiful work

Wednesday June 12th, 2024

Last month, the team from Ctrl Your Scroll (@ctrlyourscroll) visited the Year 12 Psychology students to speak about using scientific data to create a study on phone usage. Students learned some great tips on how to reduce their screen time while applying their key science skills.

We look forward to welcoming Tom and Xavier again in Term 3, when they present to all of Years 11 and 12!
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Last month, the team from Ctrl Your Scroll (@ctrlyourscroll) visited the Year 12 Psychology students to speak about using scientific data to create a study on phone usage. Students learned some great tips on how to reduce their screen time while applying their key science skills.
We look forward to welcoming Tom and Xavier again in Term 3, when they present to all of Years 11 and 12!Image attachmentImage attachment
Wednesday June 12th, 2024

Huge congratulations to our Music students for their wonderful performance at Hamer Hall in the Arts Centre Melbourne (@artscentremelbourne) on Wednesday 29th May. You performed beautifully in Melbourne's most iconic performance venue for an exciting celebration of arts and community. Well done! ... See MoreSee Less

Huge congratulations to our Music students for their wonderful performance at Hamer Hall in the Arts Centre Melbourne (@artscentremelbourne) on Wednesday 29th May. You performed beautifully in Melbournes most iconic performance venue for an exciting celebration of arts and community. Well done!Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Incredible opportunity - well done to all involved 😊

I was there ❤️ They did a great job 😊🎶

Wednesday June 12th, 2024

Thank you to all of the Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 students who saw the Brainstorm Productions (@brainstormproductions_) performance on May 30th.

You all displayed the Monbulk College values magnificently! You were brilliantly behaved, attentive, respectful and mature. It was a terrific performance and we hope you all got a lot out of it. Again, thank you for being such a fine bunch of humans.

Please remember, if you need any support, reach out to staff at the College or:
www.esafety.gov.au/
www.ruok.org.au/findhelp
kidshelpline.com.au/ (1800 551 800)
www.lifeline.org.au/ (13 11 14)
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Thank you to all of the Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 students who saw the Brainstorm Productions (@brainstormproductions_) performance on May 30th.You all displayed the Monbulk College values magnificently! You were brilliantly behaved, attentive, respectful and mature. It was a terrific performance and we hope you all got a lot out of it. Again, thank you for being such a fine bunch of humans.Please remember, if you need any support, reach out to staff at the College or:
https://www.esafety.gov.au/
https://www.ruok.org.au/findhelp
https://kidshelpline.com.au/ (1800 551 800)
https://www.lifeline.org.au/ (13 11 14)Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment
Tuesday June 11th, 2024

The Year 11 and 12 Art Creative Practice classes had a brilliant time visiting Top Arts at the National Gallery of Victoria (National Gallery of Victoria). For three decades this much loved annual exhibition has exhibited the work of the next generation of artists from the Year 12 Art students across the state.

Next we visited ACMI (ACMI) and explored the Story of the Moving Image and saw some more wonderful artworks. We had a full day of immersing ourselves in art across many mediums and our students were inspired by the talent, courageous and creative thinking within the artworks exhibited as well the future opportunities that the Arts provide.

Thank you Years 11 and 12 ACP classes, you were an absolute pleasure to take on this excursion.

www.ngv.vic.gov.au/exhibition/top-arts-2024/
www.acmi.net.au/
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The Year 11 and 12 Art Creative Practice classes had a brilliant time visiting Top Arts at the National Gallery of Victoria (@ngvmelbourne). For three decades this much loved annual exhibition has exhibited the work of the next generation of artists from the Year 12 Art students across the state.Next we visited ACMI (@acmionline) and explored the Story of the Moving Image and saw some more wonderful artworks. We had a full day of immersing ourselves in art across many mediums and our students were inspired by the talent, courageous and creative thinking within the artworks exhibited as well the future opportunities that the Arts provide.Thank you Years 11 and 12 ACP classes, you were an absolute pleasure to take on this excursion.https://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/exhibition/top-arts-2024/
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Tuesday June 11th, 2024

We managed to raise just over $400 to support and advocate for families impacted by childhood-onset heart disease (CoHD)! If you haven't done so please feel free to donate directly via the HeartKids website. www.hero4heartkids.org.au/t/monbulk-college-team @heartkids ... See MoreSee Less

We managed to raise just over $400 to support and advocate for families impacted by childhood-onset heart disease (CoHD)! If you havent done so please feel free to donate directly via the HeartKids website. https://www.hero4heartkids.org.au/t/monbulk-college-team @heartkidsImage attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

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Thanks so much from the parent of a 3 year old with CHD who is supported by HeartKids. Amy Heafield HeartKids this is my workplace!!

Thursday June 6th, 2024

Professional Practice Day is on Friday 7th June. Students return to school on Tuesday 11th June. Enjoy the long weekend! ... See MoreSee Less

Professional Practice Day is on Friday 7th June. Students return to school on Tuesday 11th June. Enjoy the long weekend!
Wednesday June 5th, 2024

On Tuesday, a small selection of students from Year 7-9 visited the Yarra Ranges Tech School to learn how to use different film, photography and sound technology. The students will be using the technology to film Puffing Billy and visiting the school again to create an advertisement. Yarra Ranges Tech School ... See MoreSee Less

On Tuesday, a small selection of students from Year 7-9 visited the Yarra Ranges Tech School to learn how to use different film, photography and sound technology. The students will be using the technology to film Puffing Billy and visiting the school again to create an advertisement. @yarraranges_techschoolImage attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment
Tuesday June 4th, 2024

Year 12 English Students have been working on their study of Country and brainstormed different ideas and images for each letter of "Writing For Country". ... See MoreSee Less

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Love this! Someone isn't shy in front of the camera...... Great work Mr Guye!

Awesome!!

Friday May 31st, 2024

Monbulk College would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we work, learn & play and pay our respects to Elders past, present & emerging.

National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. This year's theme, Now More Than Ever, is a reminder to all of us that no matter what, the fight for justice and the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will — and must — continue.

Our staff and students had the pleasure of welcoming Ganga Giri, world-renowned performer, who demonstrated the unique sound of the yidaki (didgeridoo), animal sounds, and solo rhythms, using electronic beats. Ganga reminded us that music can be a tool to bring people together. Students and staff clapped and stomped along, whilst also learning about the history of the yidaki & its making, other musical instruments, traditional bush food, and hunting tools of First Nations people.

Thank you to Ganga and Didgeridoo Australia for visiting us and making Reconciliation Week more meaningful for our College and community. 🖤💛❤️ Now More Than Ever. #NRW2024
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Monbulk College would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we work, learn & play and pay our respects to Elders past, present & emerging.National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. This years theme, Now More Than Ever, is a reminder to all of us that no matter what, the fight for justice and the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will — and must — continue.Our staff and students had the pleasure of welcoming Ganga Giri, world-renowned performer, who demonstrated the unique sound of the yidaki (didgeridoo), animal sounds, and solo rhythms, using electronic beats. Ganga reminded us that music can be a tool to bring people together. Students and staff clapped and stomped along, whilst also learning about the history of the yidaki & its making, other musical instruments, traditional bush food, and hunting tools of First Nations people.Thank you to Ganga and Didgeridoo Australia for visiting us and making Reconciliation Week more meaningful for our College and community. 🖤💛❤️ Now More Than Ever. #NRW2024Image attachmentImage attachment+5Image attachment

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So glad you got Ganga back!!! Hope you had an amazing time.

What an awesome experience. ❤️🖤💛

Wish I’d been there. There’s so much to learn about and from the 60,000 years of Aboriginal culture.

Thursday May 30th, 2024

Mr Mackney and the Year 12 Business Management class had a great day learning about the operations at Yarra Valley Chocolaterie! ... See MoreSee Less

Mr Mackney and the Year 12 Business Management class had a great day learning about the operations at Yarra Valley Chocolaterie!Image attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

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Mr Mackney is one of the best teachers I’ve ever had

Thursday May 30th, 2024

Well done to the Senior Boys Soccer Team who played two amazing matches out at Monbulk Soccer Fields on Tuesday 25th May. ⚽️ The first match against Emerald Secondary College was a tight tussle, but an outstanding winner from Espen B secured a hard-fought 2-1 victory. Needing to win the final match to progress through to the next round, the boys endured a very physical contest against Healesville High School. With scores locked at 1-1 with 5 minutes to play, a late goal from Cass H followed by a successful penalty from Billy T secured a 3-1 win. Throughout the day, the team played with great spirit and camaraderie, whilst demonstrating excellent composure and sportsmanship. The team is now looking forward to the Eastern region Finals on 25th of July. Go Monbulk! ... See MoreSee Less

Well done to the Senior Boys Soccer Team who played two amazing matches out at Monbulk Soccer Fields on Tuesday 25th May. ⚽️ The first match against Emerald Secondary College was a tight tussle, but an outstanding winner from Espen B secured a hard-fought 2-1 victory. Needing to win the final match to progress through to the next round, the boys endured a very physical contest against Healesville High School. With scores locked at 1-1 with 5 minutes to play, a late goal from Cass H followed by a successful penalty from Billy T secured a 3-1 win. Throughout the day, the team played with great spirit and camaraderie, whilst demonstrating excellent composure and sportsmanship. The team is now looking forward to the Eastern region Finals on 25th of July. Go Monbulk!

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What a team . Well done Monbulk boys and teachers . Good luck with the Eastern Regions Finals.

Great job boys! Good luck for the next round 🤞

Great work team! Super proud!

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Wednesday May 29th, 2024

Principal’s School Council Report
May 2024

VICTORIAN FLAG
On Thursday 9th May, Daniela De Martino MP presented Monbulk College with the Victorian State flag. The flag of Victoria dates from 1877 and features the stars of the Southern Cross with a distinctive range of points on the stars. The Royal Crown is also incorporated as part of Victoria's state badge and flag. As a state government school, the Victorian flag will be flown.

MAN CAVE & FLOURISH WORKSHOPS
The Wellbeing and Middle Years Teams planned for all Year 8 students to participate in the Man Cave and Flourish workshops. The Man Cave program is designed to be transformational, and to support the psychological and emotional development of a boy, so he can become a healthy young man. The Flourish program provides a safe space for girls and gender-diverse teens to develop the social and emotional tools they need to build their self-confidence, self-awareness and social connectedness within school communities and other trusted relationships. I wish to thank the teams for organising these engaging workshops.

MUSIC SOIREE
On Tuesday 23rd April, many of our music students braved their nerves performing solos and in small groups to a welcoming audience in our school library. For many this was their very first performance and we congratulate each performer for a wonderful night. The audience even got to join in on a few numbers! Well done. Thank you to Roz, Lisa, Helen, Rachel, Harrison and Adam for organising the event.

MUSICAL PRODUCTION
What a show. Our group of special guests joined many others to watch the Monbulk College Musical Production of Shrek the Musical JR. It was an amazing show. I wish to that Jeannette and Roz for making a commitment to get this production happening before our theatre renovation commences. Thank you to the students and staff for making this production such a success.

SPORTING EVENTS
Athletics Carnival - Great success and attendance. “Ranges (Red)” House were the winners. A number long standing records were broken. Congratulations to all.

VCE CAREERS EXPO
On Thursday 2nd May, our VCE students trekked out to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) for the 2024 VCE and Careers Expo, to explore the opportunities available to them after secondary school. It was a great day, with many students having positive conversations with various universities and TAFEs to gain a clearer idea of their post-school trajectories.

ANZAC DAY ASSEMBLY
On Wednesday 24th April, we were lucky enough to have John and Ted from Monbulk RSL - Sub Branch speak at our assembly to talk about the meaning of ANZACs. Our school captains did a respectful job of coordinating the assembly. The students were very respectful during the minute silence. We were all impressed by Lisa Baird's amazing performance of the last post. LEST WE FORGET.

LEADERSHIP LEARNING WALKS
Throughout Term 2 2024, the leadership team and Bob Stephens (leadership coach), will be undertaking leadership learning walks. Learning Walks are a purposeful walk through of learning spaces (indoor/outdoor learning spaces) to focus on student learning and behaviours. There is no set focus to the learning walk, instead the learning walk allows each participant to make non-judgmental observations about what the students are learning and doing, not teachers and their practices. The ‘leadership walkers’ will not engage with the whole group, but if appropriate to the stage of the lesson, may ask individual students questions. These questions may include ‘what are you learning?’, ‘What do you have to do to be successful in this lesson? Learning Walks allow the ‘leadership walkers’ to learn by seeing different approaches to student learning and how students learn in many ways across the whole college.

30 MINUTE TUTORING
Our students may have seen two teachers in the one classroom. Several of our teachers are attending Maths & English classes to provide additional learning support to our students.

MORRISBY TESTING
Every Year 9 student had access to the Morrisby program. We use Morrisby program to help students explore their interests and career opportunities, understand their new senior secondary options, and make informed choices for senior secondary school and beyond. By completing a series of questions on the Morrisby website, students build a personalised profile to help them explore how their strengths, interests and skills relate to study options and career opportunities.

YARRA RANGES TECH SCHOOL & STEM EXCURSIONS
The college has continued to work with Yarra Ranges TECH school to provide invaluable STEM excursions and activities for our students. Our students are exposed to a high-tech innovative learning environment where they undertake Project Challenges and Design Briefs to discover STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics). So far this term our Year 8 students have had a focus on Body Systems, developing knowledge and skills learnt in science classes and our Year 10 Agriculture Horticulture students have had a focus on smart farming.

ADDITIONAL EXCURSIONS/INCURSIONS/WORKSHOPS
The college has continued to provide additional excursions for our students to enhance their learning. Some examples include: Visiting the Holocaust Museum; Connect Project; Forensics; Active Life Skills; Climate Change Education Forum; Shrine of Remembrance; Top Designs; Top Arts; Monbulk PS Athletics.

STUDENT ATTITUDES TO SCHOOL SURVEY (ATOSS)
The AToSS is a voluntary annual student survey offered by the Department of Education to assist schools and the department to gain an understanding of students' perceptions and experience of school. We value student voice as a means to improving student engagement, wellbeing and quality instruction and will be asking your child about their thoughts and feelings in relation to their school, their learning, peer relationships, resilience, bullying, health and wellbeing, physical activity, and life in general.

SPACE-X-PLORE TOUR
Monbulk College has joined Mooroolbark College and Upper Yarra Secondary College to explore the possibility of organising a Space-X-Plore Tour to the USA visiting NASA Kennedy Space Centre, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

Mark Quinlan
College Principal
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Principal’s School Council Report
May 2024
VICTORIAN FLAG
On Thursday 9th May, Daniela De Martino MP presented Monbulk College with the Victorian State flag. The flag of Victoria dates from 1877 and features the stars of the Southern Cross with a distinctive range of points on the stars. The Royal Crown is also incorporated as part of Victorias state badge and flag. As a state government school, the Victorian flag will be flown.MAN CAVE & FLOURISH WORKSHOPS
The Wellbeing and Middle Years Teams planned for all Year 8 students to participate in the Man Cave and Flourish workshops. The Man Cave program is designed to be transformational, and to support the psychological and emotional development of a boy, so he can become a healthy young man. The Flourish program provides a safe space for girls and gender-diverse teens to develop the social and emotional tools they need to build their self-confidence, self-awareness and social connectedness within school communities and other trusted relationships. I wish to thank the teams for organising these engaging workshops.MUSIC SOIREE
On Tuesday 23rd April, many of our music students braved their nerves performing solos and in small groups to a welcoming audience in our school library. For many this was their very first performance and we congratulate each performer for a wonderful night. The audience even got to join in on a few numbers! Well done.  Thank you to Roz, Lisa, Helen, Rachel, Harrison and Adam for organising the event.MUSICAL PRODUCTION
What a show. Our group of special guests joined many others to watch the Monbulk College Musical Production of Shrek the Musical JR. It was an amazing show. I wish to that Jeannette and Roz for making a commitment to get this production happening before our theatre renovation commences. Thank you to the students and staff for making this production such a success.SPORTING EVENTS
Athletics Carnival - Great success and attendance. “Ranges (Red)” House were the winners. A number long standing records were broken. Congratulations to all.VCE CAREERS EXPO
On Thursday 2nd May, our VCE students trekked out to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) for the 2024 VCE and Careers Expo, to explore the opportunities available to them after secondary school. It was a great day, with many students having positive conversations with various universities and TAFEs to gain a clearer idea of their post-school trajectories.ANZAC DAY ASSEMBLY
On Wednesday 24th April, we were lucky enough to have John and Ted from Monbulk RSL - Sub Branch speak at our assembly to talk about the meaning of ANZACs. Our school captains did a respectful job of coordinating the assembly. The students were very respectful during the minute silence. We were all impressed by Lisa Bairds amazing performance of the last post. LEST WE FORGET.LEADERSHIP LEARNING WALKS
Throughout Term 2 2024, the leadership team and Bob Stephens (leadership coach), will be undertaking leadership learning walks. Learning Walks are a purposeful walk through of learning spaces (indoor/outdoor learning spaces) to focus on student learning and behaviours. There is no set focus to the learning walk, instead the learning walk allows each participant to make non-judgmental observations about what the students are learning and doing, not teachers and their practices. The ‘leadership walkers’ will not engage with the whole group, but if appropriate to the stage of the lesson, may ask individual students questions. These questions may include ‘what are you learning?’, ‘What do you have to do to be successful in this lesson? Learning Walks allow the ‘leadership walkers’ to learn by seeing different approaches to student learning and how students learn in many ways across the whole college.30 MINUTE TUTORING
Our students may have seen two teachers in the one classroom. Several of our teachers are attending Maths & English classes to provide additional learning support to our students.MORRISBY TESTING
Every Year 9 student had access to the Morrisby program. We use Morrisby program to help students explore their interests and career opportunities, understand their new senior secondary options, and make informed choices for senior secondary school and beyond. By completing a series of questions on the Morrisby website, students build a personalised profile to help them explore how their strengths, interests and skills relate to study options and career opportunities.YARRA RANGES TECH SCHOOL & STEM EXCURSIONS
The college has continued to work with Yarra Ranges TECH school to provide invaluable STEM excursions and activities for our students. Our students are exposed to a high-tech innovative learning environment where they undertake Project Challenges and Design Briefs to discover STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics). So far this term our Year 8 students have had a focus on Body Systems, developing knowledge and skills learnt in science classes and our Year 10 Agriculture Horticulture students have had a focus on smart farming.ADDITIONAL EXCURSIONS/INCURSIONS/WORKSHOPS
The college has continued to provide additional excursions for our students to enhance their learning. Some examples include: Visiting the Holocaust Museum; Connect Project; Forensics; Active Life Skills; Climate Change Education Forum; Shrine of Remembrance; Top Designs; Top Arts; Monbulk PS Athletics.STUDENT ATTITUDES TO SCHOOL SURVEY (ATOSS)
The AToSS is a voluntary annual student survey offered by the Department of Education to assist schools and the department to gain an understanding of students perceptions and experience of school. We value student voice as a means to improving student engagement, wellbeing and quality instruction and will be asking your child about their thoughts and feelings in relation to their school, their learning, peer relationships, resilience, bullying, health and wellbeing, physical activity, and life in general.SPACE-X-PLORE TOUR
Monbulk College has joined Mooroolbark College and Upper Yarra Secondary College to explore the possibility of organising a Space-X-Plore Tour to the USA visiting NASA Kennedy Space Centre, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
Mark Quinlan
College Principal

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So putting up a progress flag was too much effort and expense? MSV and We Can't Sit Straight were fighting for years for that, and it was approved by school council 3 years ago. That flag is still not being flown, symbols matter. Our student agency has been eroded over the latter years that I was a student at Monbulk, and obviously that is a trend that continues. In a heartbeat a Victorian State flag can be put up? I think we can see the priorities...

Well said Amelia Priorities are clearly visible in this decision and action.

Wednesday May 29th, 2024

This June, we're taking on The Push-Up Challenge (@pushforbetter) and completing a heap of push-ups between 5-28 June 2024 to raise funds and awareness for mental health.

You can show your support by making a tax-deductible donation to our fundraising page or joining our Team to be a part of the fun.

Every dollar helps #pushforbetter mental health outcomes in Australia.

You can use the link below or scan the QR code to join our "Team Monbulk College" and be part of The Push-Up Challenge or to make a donation: www.thepushupchallenge.com.au/fundraiser/monbulkcollege

Thank you and keep pushing! 🙇🏻‍♂️
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This June, were taking on The Push-Up Challenge (@pushforbetter) and completing a heap of push-ups between 5-28 June 2024 to raise funds and awareness for mental health.You can show your support by making a tax-deductible donation to our fundraising page or joining our Team to be a part of the fun.Every dollar helps #pushforbetter mental health outcomes in Australia.You can use the link below or scan the QR code to join our Team Monbulk College and be part of The Push-Up Challenge or to make a donation: https://www.thepushupchallenge.com.au/fundraiser/monbulkcollegeThank you and keep pushing! 🙇🏻‍♂️
Wednesday May 29th, 2024

Our Year 9 Art class learnt how to create, draw, paint and render using charcoal, grey lead, coloured pencils, fine liners, watercolours and collage. They then used a grid method to enlarge a photo of themselves from A4 to A2 and created their own Self Portraits using only four of the six media they had experimented with. The results are stunning! So impressed! ... See MoreSee Less

Our Year 9 Art class learnt how to create, draw, paint and render using charcoal, grey lead, coloured pencils, fine liners, watercolours and collage. They then used a grid method to enlarge a photo of themselves from A4 to A2 and created their own Self Portraits using only four of the six media they had experimented with. The results are stunning! So impressed!Image attachmentImage attachment+7Image attachment

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Yep, superstar work created by superstar students!

So great 🙌🏼 Each and everyone of them.

Fabulous work there Helen .

Monday May 20th, 2024

On Thursday we celebrated our exceptional Education Support Staff with a morning tea organised by our amazing Parents and Friends club. We hope you enjoyed it and thanks for all the work you do! ... See MoreSee Less

On Thursday we celebrated our exceptional Education Support Staff with a morning tea organised by our amazing Parents and Friends club. We hope you enjoyed it and thanks for all the work you do!Image attachmentImage attachment
Monday May 20th, 2024

The Year 12 Art Creative Practice crew have recently completed their magnificent finals using a range of media. Students researched one artwork by a selected contemporary or historical artist as inspiration for their own art practice. The students identified the ideas explored by the artist, and then they created their own personal response, culminating in a finished artwork. ... See MoreSee Less

The Year 12 Art Creative Practice crew have recently completed their magnificent finals using a range of media. Students researched one artwork by a selected contemporary or historical artist as inspiration for their own art practice. The students identified the ideas explored by the artist, and then they created their own personal response, culminating in a finished artwork.Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment

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Such variation of styles and ideas. So impressive. Well done Y12s and Helen - you should all be so proud.

Woah! These are awesome!

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