College Updates 

Baking Competition

Bored in ISO? The food department have just the competition for you!

We want you to bake something that starts with S.

Some examples could be: a sponge, slice, scones, the opportunities are endless!

Post a photo of your baked goods on the matching Facebook post by Monday, August 31st and we will select a winner on which one looks the best.

Can't wait to see what you come up with. 

Good luck!

Lowanna Blood Donor Heroes

Lowanna had a team of 5 donors who attended Traralgon Blood Bank on Monday 10th August. 

Together with Bianca Treverton and Judith Stewart and another two members of staff, on this occasion we had a first-time donor; VCE student Cordelia Reynolds who also attended. It was great to have her join us, and inspiring to see that our students are developing responsibility and consideration for the greater community. The next Lowanna team donation date is Monday, November 9th, between 4:30pm and 6pm.  Please let Mrs Stewart know if you are over 18 and you are interested. 

Every blood donation saves 3 lives!  

Year 9 Outdoor Education

Prior to moving back into online learning, our Year 9 Outdoor Recreation students were lucky enough to attend a session at Jump and Climb, Traralgon. The students have been learning about activities that were historically participated in outdoors, but now are offered indoors too. Our Year 9s set a goal to work towards during their experience, then spent the following lessons reflecting. Here are some photos on their session!


We understand that times can be tough, particularly at the moment. Headspace have released the flyer below and we feel it could be useful to our community.


Please reach out if needed.


There is a list of places you can contact below or you can also contact our Wellbeing Team who are available for support.


Please call the General Office on 5127 9200 and they will have someone from Wellbeing contact you.

Notes from the School Nurse- Kaz

Victoria’s Respectful Relationships initiative supports school leaders, educators and our school communities to promote and model respect and equality – and to teach our children how to build healthy relationships, resilience and confidence.


The Royal Commission into Family Violence identified the critical role that schools have in creating a culture of respect to change the story of family violence for future generations. From 2016, Respectful Relationships education became a core component of the Victorian Curriculum from Prep to Year 12.


In addition to the work we do teaching students about building positive and respectful relationships, our role is to also create a safe space for students, staff and the community. A way we do this is to provide information about help and advice. Below are contacts for sources of support who can also assist with the process of safety planning –

ORANGE DOOR – 1800 319 354

The Orange Door is a free service for adults, children and young people who are experiencing or have experienced Family Violence. This service is also for families who need extra support with the care of children.

1800RESPECT – 1800 737 732 (24 hour assistance)

This service support people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse.

SAFE STEPS – 1800 015 188 (24 hour assistance)

This Family Violence response centre is Victoria’s state-wide first response service for women, young people and children experiencing Family Violence.


Attached below are also some Mental Health Tips from Kaz.

Notes from the School Chaplain- Glenda

Hey everyone, 


The above is a great resource for parents – it is primarily directed to primary I believe, but the ideas would work across the board.  I believe some of the printables in the document could be useful to your family.




Edward Hunter Photography Competition Extended!

If you're bored in isolation why not make the most of it and head on down to the Edward Hunter Reserve to take some photographs and enter the competition below!