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Term Dates 2020

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Term Dates

2020

Term 1 29 January 27 March
Term 2 14 April 26 June
Term 3 13 July 18 September
Term 4 5 October 18 December

ESSENDON KEILOR COLLEGE Curriculum Days

Schools are permitted four pupil free days per year for planning, curriculum development or assessment and reporting purposes. Students do not attend school on these days.

Day 1     The day before school starts 28th January 2020 – Curriculum Planning

Day 2     TBC – Curriculum Planning

Day 3     Friday 12 June – Reporting and Assessment

Day 4     Monday 2 November – Curriculum Planning

Day 5      Friday 4 December – Reporting and Assessment

Vale – John Saltau

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John Saltau

14.7.1933-10.11.2019 With great sadness we announce that John passed away peacefully at Rathdowne Place. He was loved and admired as a father, grandpa, brother, colleague and friend. John  was the Principal of Essendon High School before Essendon Keilor College was formed.

RUOK Day

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R U OK?Day is our national day of action dedicated to reminding everyone to ask, “Are you OK?” and to remember every day of the year to support people who may be struggling with life’s ups and downs.
This year in the build-up to R U OK?Day we’re encouraging everyone to Trust the Signs, Trust your Gut & Ask R U OK?
We want everyone to feel confident they know the signs someone might need support by listening to what they’re saying, seeing what they’re doing or knowing what’s going on in their life. Whenever you notice a change, no matter how small, we want you to trust your gut and  start an R U OK? conversation.

2020 Term Dates

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2020 term dates

Start date Finish date
Term 1 28 January
Students start 29 January in government schools
27 March
Term 2 14 April 26 June
Term 3 13 July 18 September
Term 4 5 October 18 December

Principal for a Day – Dr Mimmie Watts

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Dr Mimmie Watts is a strategic thinker, advocate, a public speaker and a Public Health Expert and a leader in women’s health, gender health and international health. Mimmie spoke to a small group of students are the Essendon Campus empowering students to become partners in school decision making. She encouraged all students to contribute to improving their communities and discover the many opportunities available to them.

School of Rock

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Congratulations to all our staff and students involved in our 2019 Production – ‘School of Rock’.

The show was amazing and it was beautiful to see the support for all staff and students involved.