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The Battle Of Dog Poo Park

On the 15th of September, in the last week of term 3, the Juniors' joint humanities classes marched to the beat of Ross’s war drums over to Randazzo park (aka Dog Poo Park) for a Medieval tourney.

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End of an Era Celebration

We would like to invite present, past and future members of the SRCS community to say goodbye to our school of 50 years.

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BIG Night Out

After a two year hiatus The BIG Night Out is back! Celebrating the year we've had, with an evening full of music, presented by the incredibly talented 2022 cohort of SRCS students.

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Music Dept. Garage Sale

The garage sale is on Wednesday 2nd November from 1.30-3.30

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Term 3 Concert

The most fantastic way to finish the term is with an SRCS concert. The talent of our students seems to be never ending as they continue to impress us every single term.

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Book Character Parade

For the first time in our history SRCS celebrated book week with a book character parade.

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Wear it Purple Day

Dressing up in purple to stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community was loads of FUN this year.

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Deadly Dishes Cafe

As part of our introductions to various careers and career pathways the Junior students set up and ran their very own cafe, Deadly Dishes.

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Careers Trailer

Traveling across the country, the Mas Experience Careers Trailer equips young people with engaging advice, information and activities to help reveal the career pathway that’s right for them.

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Acknowledgement

We  acknowledge that we are meeting on the traditional country of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land, which continue to be important to the Aboriginal people living today. Sovereignty has never been ceded. 

It always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.