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Education Week 22–28 May 2022

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This year, Education Week runs from 22–28 May. The theme, ‘150 Years of Public Education’ commemorates the past, celebrates the present and imagines the future of education in Victoria.

Education Week is an opportunity for our secondary school to highlight our education journey.

Essendon Keilor College has a long and proud history that continues to positively influence the present and inspire the future.

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The current college was founded in 1993 with the amalgamation of five schools: Avondale Heights High School, Essendon High School, Essendon Technical School (Queens Park Secondary College), Keilor Heights High School, and Niddrie High School. Long serving principal, Doug Rob (1993-2006), guided the College through this important stage in its history, galvanising the good will of the community and using it to develop a new, unifying identity that worked for everyone.

 

Use the hashtag #EdWeekVic to get involved on social media.

For more information and to access the calendar of free activities, visit Education Week 2022.

2022 Open Day

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College Open Day 31st  March
Tours 10:00 am at all Campuses by appointment.

College Open Night – Essendon Campus 6:00pm

Weekly school tours – Wednesday – Term 1

Niddrie Campus, 19 Peters Street Airport West – 9.30am to 10.00am
To book a tour phone – 9375 8400

East Keilor Campus, 82 Quinn Grove East Keilor – 10.15am to 10.45am
To book a tour phone – 8331 0109

Essendon Campus, 286 Buckley Street, Essendon (Cnr McCracken Street) – 11 .15am to 11 .45am To book a tour phone – 9319 1300

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Auditions 2022

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The production team is very excited to announce the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory auditions will be on Thursday February 24th!

Auditions will be held at the senior campus in the Essendon Arts Centre from 9am to 3pm.
There is a compass event where parents/guardians can complete an online permission form (must be complete by Friday February 18th).

The auditions will consist of large and small group singing, dance and acting auditions. Anyone wanting to audition for a principle role will be required to complete a solo audition for that role.

2022 Term Dates

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2022 Victorian school term dates
Start date Finish date
Term 1 Students start 31 January in government schools 8 April
Term 2 26 April 24 June
Term 3 11 July 16 September
Term 4 3 October 20 December

2021 Results

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VCE Results
Congratulations to our Year 12 students who have produced our best results for many years both in terms of their scores and entry into Courses.

See list of the Dux in each subject at the end of our Term 4 newsletter. Term 4 Newsletter 2021

Congratulations to Ming Quan (Mark) Pham our Year 12 Dux for 2021. pictured

Congratulations to Keith Liew who received the Melbourne University Principals’ Scholarship.

College Production 2021 – The Addams Family

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Hi everyone,
We are very excited to be able to perform EKC Presents The Addams Family Musical  Thursday (December 2nd). The event will be live streamed between 1pm and 3pm via a link, Please use this link to access the live stream:
www.vividstream.live/ekc

We hope that you will be able to join the live link and enjoy the performances from The Addams Family Musical.

Due to copyright restrictions this will be the only performance of the event and we request that the event not be recorded or shared.

Return to Onsite learning Term 4

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Term 4 Commences on Monday 4th of October – all Classes online.

Onsite return – 
Year 12 return on Tuesday 5th October. (GAT Day) Only students completing the GAT onsite.

Year 12 Return to classes Wednesday 6th October.
From Tuesday 26 October (fourth week of Term 4)

  • Year 7 (Monday to Friday)
  • Years 8 and 9 (Tuesday and Wednesday)
  • Year 10 (Thursday and Friday)
  • Year 11 (Monday to Friday)

From Friday 5 November

  • All students are expected to return to onsite learning Monday to Friday.

Remote and flexible learning will be delivered to students on the days they are not onsite.

RUOK Day 2021

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RUOK Day  Message from Student Leaders

In partnership with you we are constantly building and developing skills for our young people at EKC including self-care, help seeking, problem solving, building a tool kit of coping strategies, and increasing awareness of internalised feelings and thoughts.

 

As part of this endeavour, we are promoting RUOK? Day on 9/9/21 with a focus on strategies for connecting and having a conversation, such as those with your young person. Chatstarter (helping parents and young people support each other) https://www.headtohealth.gov.au/covid-19-support/chatstarter has easy-to-use tips and resources to help build your confidence and capability to support your young person who may be experiencing distress or a mental health challenge in these difficult times. Having a small chat can make a big difference.

DET Learning from Home Information website including parent support line for parents 1800 338663 – https://www.education.vic.gov.au/parents/learning/Pages/home-

learning.aspx

Yours sincerely

EKC Health and Wellbeing Team