It has been a busy first few weeks for staff and students at Diamond Valley College. The first day of school for year 7 students was filled with activities to familiarise themselves with their fellow students, the school and their teachers. Students participated in various activities in order to prepare them for the year ahead. Year 12 students participated in … Read More
Congratulations to the class of 2020! The year 12 students celebrated their efforts and hard work this year at the College’s Auditorium. Graduation looked very different this year; the ceremony was filmed so families could stream and watch the event together at a later time. Past Diamond Valley College student, Briallen Davies, was the keynote speaker. She is currently studying … Read More
Despite the current circumstances the Year 12 Motivational Dinner went ahead successfully. It may have looked different from previous years, but it was important for year 12 students to experience this event as part of their year 12 journey at Diamond Valley College. Our students definitely needed some motivation and inspiration at this time. The day begun with hand delivered … Read More
Sports Academy students were very fortunate to have former Australian netball player, Bianca Chatfield as our special guest speaker. Bianca played over 240 games for Melbourne Phoenix ad Melbourne Vixen, she is also a Commonwealth Games gold and silver medallist and world champion. Bianca spoke to the athletes about how to develop a high-performance mindset to get the best out of … Read More
Students received a warm welcome from Diamond Valley College staff. The dress up theme was crazy hats and socks. Students spent the morning participating in Berry Street style tasks. These tasks were focused around student wellbeing and debriefing about the time spent in remote learning. This supported student transition to face to face learning.
Hi Everyone, We would like to commend the hard work and resilience undertaken by both students and teachers. We understand this is a difficult time for all and would like to extend our thanks to those that helped to make the transition from face-to-face learning to online classes possible. It is great to see everyone working together and looking after … Read More
Students of Diamond Valley College could not participate as normal in honouring Anzac Day, however it was important for Diamond Valley College to uphold tradition and acknowledge Anzac Day. Therefore a wreath was prepared on behalf of the Diamond Valley College community and placed at the Diamond Creek memorial.
See the work completed by the VCAL class on the 2017 Lone Pine Project.