Victoria enters another lockdown

Student access to the school

Thursday 5 August 2021

As this lockdown was announced at rather short notice, there may be some students who may need to collect books, materials, musical instruments etc. from the school.

Students will be able to do this tomorrow. They are to enter the school via the front office, sign in with their time of arrival, see the office staff member on duty, go and collect their materials and sign out with the time and leave via the front office.

Students must be wearing a face mask on entry and must use the hand sanitiser provided. No one is to go directly into buildings as they will be alarmed. Parents/carers are to remain outside and not enter the school.

VCE students who had assessments planned for this week, hold strong as we will be in contact with you ASAP with further Information. We will also let you know what will be happening with the GAT once we have been informed.

For all IT issues please email the helpdesk at

We are experts at this now. We have done it many times before and we will see our way through this again.



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University of Melbourne Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars Class of 2022

The Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars Program is an academic enrichment program designed to support high achieving Victorian Year 11 and Year 12 students, in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Students will take part in a program of events and activities focused on expanding academic and personal horizons. This includes a welcome event, VCE revision lectures, personal development workshops, overnight adventures on campus and celebration events with family.

Based on ATAR scores, a place may be guaranteed at Melbourne in Arts, Biomedicine, Commerce, Design or Science,

Congratulations to Year 10 Students Fieke van der Kamp and Jules Broeren for being selected for this program to begin in 2021.

Peter Torey

Student Growth Leader

Innovation and 21st Century Learning

Many Eltham High teachers have undertaken professional learning in the area of using technology in the classroom in conjunction with the 21st Century Skills of creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking. Staff were asked to share ideas and documentation regards to how they applied these ideas, mainly using OneNote and Office 365. This blog was published by Education Microsoft in response to our experience.




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