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Exams have started

As the school is aware the external VCE exams run by the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) began a week ago with English. Mr Stokes and I would like to pass on the comments from the team of supervisors running these exams. They would like to commend our students for being on time to exams, polite and cooperative, positive and focused on their work and using the exam time as effectively as possible. Hopefully this approach, along with the many hours of preparation they have put into their revision, will pay off with solid exam results and good study scores.

The Year 11 VCE students begin their exams next week (November 14 to 18) and these results will help to feed into their course selections for 2023. Please note because the Year 12 exams continue in the Performing Arts Centre (PAC) the Year 11 exams this year will be held in the Library. Year 9 and 10 will also have exams beginning on the November 21 until the November 25, and these will be held in the PAC. Students should be using homework time over the next few weeks and begin their preparation and revision.

2023 VCE Start Program

This year we will continue with the introductory program for students moving into their 2023 VCE subjects. Both Year 11 students moving into Year 12, and Year 10 students moving into Year 11 will be involved in these classes for two weeks after their exams are completed. They will be given a timetable of these classes next week.The aim of this program is to introduce students to the course material and requirements of the subject next year, as well as get to know their new teachers. The students will complete some initial assessment work and will be given homework that must be completed before the start of classes next year. Attendance at these classes will be checked at their promotion interviews in the week beginning December 5.

Paul Donaldson
Assistant Principal and Senior School Leader

Mullum VET Cluster Awards 2022

Vocational Education and Training or VET is designed to teach students knowledge and specific practical skills to help them transition into their chosen workplace. VET is applied learning, it’s about doing, and maintains strong links to specific industry areas. VET enables students to gain real experience and understanding of specific work environments. Vet enables students to start on their Industry training as part of the senior program. Delivered at alternative venues VET also builds confidence, independence and resilience. Fairhills is a member of the Mullum VET cluster. Across the cluster over 1200 students enrol in VET programs. Every year the cluster likes to recognise the efforts and talents of VET students. The Mullum VET Cluster awards recognised attitude and effort – Merit award and Excellence – attitude, effort and achieving top marks across their program.

Certificate of Achievement
Jacob Carey
BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills (With selected units from Certificate III in Business) Year 2

Certificate of Excellence
Bridget Corrochano
CUA20220 Certificate II in Creative Industries (Media) Year 1

Certificate of Excellence
Caitlyn Griffiths
CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care(Partial completion) Year 1

Certificate of Excellence
Jack Morris
AUR20720 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation Year 1

Certificate of Excellence
Felicity Anderson
MSL30118 Certificate III Laboratory Skills Year 2

Certificate of Excellence
Anabella Jaouhari
BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills (with selected units from Cert III) Year 2

Certificate of Excellence
Taylor-Anne
Misilele BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills Year 1

Certificate of Achievement
Brayden Kilgour
BSB20120 Certificate II in Workplace Skills Year 1

Certificate of Achievement
Hoang Ngoc Tri (Timmy) Nguyen
AUR20720 Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation Year 1

 

Year 11 Studio Art

The Year 11 Studio Arts students have put some new work on display for the school community to see. Come take a look at our talented students work both in front of the office and in the gallery space in the foyer on the left before the office area.

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