2020 Booklists - Prep to Year 10
A reminder that booklist orders for students in Prep to Year 10 in 2019, must be completed online at www.campion.com.au using 'FEAV' as the access code by Friday 6 December 2019. Orders must be prepaid by credit card to Campion.
Texts ordered by Friday 6 December can be collected from the College on Wednesday 22 January between 8.30am and 5.00pm, or can be delivered to your home. Please refer to the information on the Campion website to select your preferred delivery option. Additional copies of the booklists are available from Reception.
End of Semester Reports
Parents of students from Prep to Year 11 will be issued an end of semester report at approximately 4.00pm on Friday 13 December, accessible via the Community Portal. The report is intended as a summary of student achievement in all subjects throughout Semester 2. Further details about individual assessment tasks, including assessment criteria and comments about the progress a student is making and areas for further improvement, can be found on My Aitken in the “Marks and Feedback” section for each of your children.
Students entering Year 5, 6 or 7 in 2020 will need to visit the school with their iPad at any of the times listed below, in order to set up their Aitken College WIFI access, email accounts, security certificates and digital textbooks. We will have a team of IT specialists on hand to assist with the process, which should only take about 15 minutes.
- Wednesday 22 January between 8.30am and 5.00pm – in VCE 1 – near the Campion book collection area.
- Tuesday 28 January to Thursday 30 January, between 9.00am and 4.00pm – please visit Reception.
Having their iPads set up and ready to use on Day 1 of 2020 with their textbooks downloaded will, we hope, ensure that some of the inevitable first-day anxieties are minimised so students can focus on getting to know each other and their teachers.
Students in all other year levels will be given instructions on how to set up their iPads for 2020 WIFI access and how to download their digital books, in class on the first day of school.
We will also have a number of IT technicians available to help students overcome any IT problems in the first week of school – details on how to access this IT help will be advertised to students via their Homeroom teachers.
Ms Pauline Malkoun
Acting College Head of Learning