Remote Learning at Diamond Valley College
Showcase of the work completed during term 3:

  • ON-SITE ATTENDANCE FORM
    The Department of Education requires the following form to be submitted for any students needing to be on-site:
    ATTENDANCE FORM

  • REMOTE LEARNING

    Department of Education’s operation guide for remote learning at Diamond Valley College:

    OPERATIONS GUIDE


Technology Support - Remote Learning

The College is utilising their existing online Communication tool, Compass, to communicate important information to the Community. We will also be providing relevant information via our website.
Teachers and students will be using a variety of Department of Education provided Software and Online Services to support student learning. This however is only possible if students have accessed and registered their eduPass.
It is critical that Guardians can access Compass and that students have their Edupass accounts activated.
For General Technology Support: Please click here to access detailed guides and solutions provided by the DVC IT help desk.
For Guardian Support: If you have issues accessing compass as a guardian please contact Karen Baker in the general office or email Karen.Baker3@education.vic.gov.au.
For Student Support: Richard Fox has created a youtube video as a guide: https://youtu.be/4ZYV-2PEgBw 
Please email Norberto (JR) for IT support Norberto.Jocson@education.vic.gov.au

Please click on the image below for student instructions on how to access and use Compass and Microsoft Teams:


2021 College Tours and Event Bookings

Bookings are essential for school tours and can be completed through our bookings page or by clicking HERE.

If there is any information that you require about our school to assist with your high school selection for 2022, please let us know by emailing us at diamond.valley.co@education.vic.gov.au.

You can also contact Diamond Valley College on 9438 1411 to speak to our Principal Allison Bennett or Assistant Principal Justin Matt.


Diamond Valley College subscribes to the Berry Street Education Model

The Berry Street Education Model has provided Diamond Valley College with the training, curriculum and strategies to engage students. This education initiative is based on proven positive education, trauma-informed and wellbeing practices that enable students’ academic and personal growth.
LEARN MORE: COLLEGE PROFILE

High Achiever Program Showcase


Sports Academy Showcase

Please click on the image below to access the video that presents the Sports Academy program offered by Diamond Valley College:

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From Aspiration to Reality

Diamond Valley College is a school community that welcomes, nurtures and embraces all students. We offer multiple learning opportunities and encourage all students to achieve their best. Diamond Valley College is an environment in which students feel confident to learn. We have high expectations of our students as learners and members of the community.


Teaching and Learning

DET Bushfire at Risk Register

Fire danger ratings and warnings are used in Victoria to provide clear direction on the safest options for preserving life.
Schools and children’s services listed on the DET Bushfire At-Risk Register (BARR) will be closed when a Code Red fire danger rating day is determined in their Bureau of Meteorology district. Our school has been identified as being one of those at high bushfire risk and is listed on the BARR.

Click here for further information