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.
Finishing the term off with a concert had us feeling like school life was really getting back to normal. During covid lockdowns and restrictions we really missed the gathering of the school community to celebrate the performative talents of SRCS students.
Rubicon Outdoor School works with secondary schools in Victoria to develop outdoor education programs that support young people to build a variety of life skills.
When Jack and Josh were Junior students they created a plan to green up the Brunswick Train Station and met with Merri-bek Council, the owners of The Railway Hotel and The Brunswick Stationeers to finalise a design.
As part of our series into investigating different careers, students in the middle and senior years participated in a ‘Foundry in a Box’ incursion. Students heard about the varied opportunities within the metal casting industry and then learnt some of the the skills required when working with metal.
It’s hard to believe it was only a few weeks ago that we were exploring the beautiful beaches and walks of Angelesea at this year's community camp.
The ‘Hands on Learning’ team have had a very energised start to the year after the stops and starts of the previous year.
Works have officially started on preparing our new school building. All of the asbestos has been removed and the builders are starting to retrofit the space to make it suitable to be a school.
It's been so lovely catching up with everyone after the two week school holiday break, welcome to Term 2! On Tuesday we had a whole school meeting to welcome everyone back to school and to introduce the school community to our two newest staff members.
Last year a number of specifically designed goat feeders were made by our HOL team to be used on the farm for the newest arrivals of kids. Recently the HOL crew visited Dreaming Goat Dairy to check out how the feeders are being used and to get an overview of goat husbandry.
We had our first ever Careers Day on Tuesday 1st of March for the 7-10s. The Juniors had a special guest speaker - Bron’s dad, Robert! The students asked lots of good questions, and were surprised at the range of possibilities somebody can experience throughout their life.
It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to term 3, and hope that you have been able to have a relaxing and restful winter break.
The SRCS Learning Spaces are well and truly into the heart of Trimester 1 with a heap of new programs up and running.
If you have walked into the SRCS hall during the term you will have seen a board full of energy and ideas about how we can further build consistency, power and impact into teaching and learning across our school.
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