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Nillumbik Council is hosting a FREE Parent seminar for local parents of 8-15 year olds. This session will assist parents to support their children through this crucial stage of development and stay connected.
Guest speaker Barb Collard, a Mental Health Promotion Officer from Austin Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service will speak to parents about:
- Recognising worries and anxiety in 8-15 year olds
- Support for young people and their parents
- Inform about the SAFEMinds at Home program
- Provide strategies to support positive mental health in young people
- Local agency’s panel discussion
When: Monday 7 September
Time: 7.30pm SHARP until 9pm
Where: Nillumbik Shire Offices – Civic Drive, Greensborough
Bookings Essential: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9433 3190
The College production for 2015 of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ will be presented on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd August at 7:30 pm.
Tickets available online from Trybooking (http://www.trybooking.com/Booking/BookingEventSummary.aspx?eid=150330) from July 30.
Following the VCE information night, the Subject Handbook for 2016 is online, as well as the online subject selection forms.
The links can be found on the Handbooks page of this site.
Consider enrolling in our High Achiever Program for motivated Year 7 students commencing in 2016.
For the Application & Information Pack, download the following documents:
An Information Evening will be held on Monday 22 June 2015 at 7pm. (Please RSVP to the General Office by Thursday 18 June)
Please complete the documentation and payment by 26 June 2015. For more information please phone 9438 1411 or email:
Allison Bennett – Assistant Principal, Junior School
Stephen Chapman – Assistant Principal, Senior School
This year the Year 10 High Resolves have decided to do a project based around raising awareness for youth homelessness in the Nillumbik area. As a part of this project, we are hosting an event called the ‘Winter Sleepout’ at Diamond Creek East Primary School on May 30th. We are also having a canned food drive on May 25th – 28th so don’t forget to bring in your donations!
We hope everyone will get involved!
On Thursday 23rd April, students from Diamond Valley College attended a commerative service for ANZAC day in the Community Stadium. Students from the College participated as hosts, the band and also in the choir performance.
On Friday, 17th May, more than 1700 students from local schools including Diamond Valley College were involved in an ANZAC tribute, organised by the local Rotary club.
Video and an article can be found on the Herald-Sun web site.
We invite you to visit our college and explore what we have to offer your child to support and challenge them in their secondary schooling. If you would like to meet the Principal, hear from the Junior Sub School Team and students, and see our facilities then we invite you to our:
Thursday 30 April
5.00 to 7.00 pm
If you would like to see the school in action you might like to join a tour at our:
Friday 1 May
tours depart at 9.15 & 11.15
Bookings can be made on 9438 1411. Can’t make it – call Allison Bennett to make an alternative tour time.
Having been back at school for less than a week the Year 12 cohort were packed off to Anglesea for an intensive study skills camp over three days. Students listened to presenters, took time off for swimming and surfing, and prepared themselves for the year ahead.
English play presentation