The College Council President has written to the school community with some exciting news.
Pleaseclick on the link below and read on………….
GSC students have contributed to the research and writing of the book “From Timor-Leste to Australia Seven families, three generations tell their stories”.
Please read the attached article about the recent launch of this book.
Congratulations to the following students:
Humna Aamir; Tomé Correia; Jess Fitzgerald; Charlie Holmes; Nick Ilic; Joshua Kumar; Nehareeka Kaur; Andrew Lakshamalla; Kimberley Lofthouse; Lily Lunder; Kaelen McKinnon; Keisha Nathan; Vishal Panditharatne; Erin Porteous; Krish Rajavel; Nikitha Ramkumar; Zacki Rizwan; Chelsea Roy; Viranya Samarasinghe; Gita (Tirtani) Santosa; Khushi Sharma; Sean Silva; Emily Song; Nick Stamatopoulos; Naomi Yong.
Thank you also to Ms Casley, Mr Clarke and Ms Moller for their vital role in this endeavour.
The original idea for the book came from Mrs Jan Trezise, GSC Principal 1995-2001 who ultimately co-authored and edited the book. we are grateful that she created this opportunity for our students
Altogether a strong Gleneagles link to this thoughtful, moving and valuable endeavour.
This week’s Principal’s Bulletin has an article on the “Smart Use of Social Media”
and includes a reminder about the City of Casey Teenage Holiday Program
and of course the latest calendar
Year 10 and 11 students will sit semester one exams in the week of June 4th to June 8th.
The Exam Navigator SEM 1 2018_v3 provides all the information students need to consider in preparing for their exams
Principal’s Bulletin 4 May, 2018 has the calendar and two articles:
How do you monitor your children’s use of the internet? What are reasonable rules and boundaries? What do you do if your child is cyber bullied?
I have put together a short article with some reflections on these challenging questions.
To open the link, click here Principal’s Bulletin 12 February, 2018
Principal’s Bulletin 12 February, 2018 Further resources
I was contacted by a parent after my article on internet use in yesterday’s Principal’s Bulletin. The parent found the resources available on the eSafety Commissioner’s website useful and suggested I shared these with our parent body. So I have. Thanks Maureen for the suggestion.
I have written the short article below to make it easy to access the eSafety Commissioners resource via links:
What to do if you have concerns?
The eSafety Commissioner is responsible for promoting online safety for all Australians. You will find helpful resources on the e safety commissions web site via this link
The eSafety Commissioner provides information