Principal's Blog

“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” Romans 15 : 13 (NIV)

Here we are nearly halfway through Term 2, and where has the first half of the year gone?

It was a pleasure last Friday morning to sit as part of the audience at our Primary Assembly. This was a great way to acknowledge the gifts, skills and learning of our Primary students and share a little snapshot to our parents/carers. From Year 5 Rotary Leadership Camp to Year 3 Art to music performances of Year 6 percussion to Years 3/4 Ensemble and Year 1 Rhythm & Choir. Well done to Miss Keller, Ms McAuliffe and Ms Olejniczak for their support of our students in the spotlight this term.

Every day, I am reminded of how fortunate we are to be part of a community that stimulates learning, develops character, facilitates belonging and sets up young people for a life well lived. It is part of the Victory Way.


Earlier this week our Years 9 & 10 Girls Volleyball team travelled to Melbourne for the SSV State Finals - an achievement in itself. After a nervous start losing some key points, they rallied spurred on by their Years 11 & 12 coaches,  Tess, Hayley, Austin and Mitch who were full of confidence in the team’s ability to run the game out. They then went on to win their first game and were competitive in another against some very strong teams who have specialist sporting programs dedicated to Volleyball. The girls have now left their mark of a never-give-up attitude at the State level and we are very proud of their sporting talents at this level. 

Yours in Christ,

Mr John Thompson