Term 3 Week 2    Tues 20th July 2010

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VCE INFORMATION NIGHT            - Wednesday 21st July in the School Hall at 7:00pm

STUDENT PROGRESS INTERVIEWS  - Senior School - Thursday 29th July 2010 (4:00pm-7:00pm)

- Junior School & Middle School - Tuesday 17 August 2010 (11:00am-7:00pm)




Principal’s Report

Eltham Community Cabinet:

A Community Cabinet was organised in the Eltham area for Tuesday 20 July 2010. A number of sessions took place during the day where community members were offered the opportunity to engage in discussion with State politicians on a range of topics. Two of these sessions were conducted at Eltham High School:


1.     A meeting of School Principals and School Council Presidents with the Minister for Education the Hon. Bronwyn Pike, and

2.     The Community Cabinet Youth Round Table.


A meeting of the Mayors and CEOs from both Banyule and Nillumbik was held in the morning at St Helena Secondary College as well as a Community Discussion with the Premier, the Hon. John Brumby, and Cabinet Ministers at Montmorency Secondary College. This was an open meeting and all members of the community were invited to register and attend. 


The sessions at Eltham High School were very successful and this provided us with another opportunity to showcase our school as an outstanding educational institution. Once again Minister Pike was very complimentary of the achievements of our young people, their level of confidence and their leadership.



VCE Information Night:

I extend a personal invitation to all students and parents of students currently in year 10 to attend the VCE Information Night this Wednesday 21 July starting at 7:00 pm in the School Hall. This is a very important evening where there will be information about VCE subjects and teachers will be on hand to speak to teachers about their subjects. This is an important opportunity to ensure that informed decisions are made to support a smooth transition into the senior years of schooling. I look forward to seeing you all there! I thank the Senior School Team under the leadership of Mrs Anna Panas, all the Key Learning Area Co-ordinators, the Careers Co-ordinator and all the staff for the organization and their support of this evening.



Student Achievement:

Congratulations to all members of the Cross Country Teams who recently competed in both the School Sport Victoria Championships as well as the Victorian All Schools Cross Country Championships. Louise Alford, Jaimee Solar, Jacqui Harrington, Jessie Black and Gabby Seymour made up the 14 Years Girls team; Nicholas Phillips competed in the 14 Years Boys 3000m; Josh Turner and Shaun McLachlan competed in the 15 Years Boys 3000m and Amos Fun competed in the 16 Years Boys 5000m. All students performed admirably but I wish to especially congratulate Louise Alford for her outstanding achievements. Louise won the 14 Years Girls 3000m School Sport Victoria Cross Country Championship by 13 seconds when she crossed the line in 10:46. She backed this performance up by winning the Women’s under 15 4000m at the Victorian All Schools Cross Country Championships four days later. Louise won the race in a time of 14:42. Her effort in this race will win her selection for the Victorian State team to compete at the Australian Championships in August. What an effort!



Past Student Achievement:

I wish to convey our congratulations to past student Cadel Evans for his demonstration of the Eltham High School Values in his pursuit of excellence and level of determination, endurance and integrity during trying times in the current Tour de France. He has been an outstanding ambassador for the sport, and our Country. The Eltham High School Community has over many years followed Cadel’s career with great interest and we hope that one day soon he will be able to join us at school to share with us the highs and some of the lows of his chosen path. We are very proud of him and will continue to support his efforts even from afar.



Whole School Assembly:

Our next Whole School Assembly will occur this Friday 23 July in the Stadium starting at 9:00 am. The focus of this assembly is the value of “Social and Environmental Responsibility”. A number of students and staff will be recognised at this assembly for their commitment to this value. Parents of students receiving awards have been personally invited to attend. As has become customary, in addition to current students addressing the assembly we have invited a former student to deliver the keynote address. We are very fortunate to have Professor Meg Morris attend, she is very pleased to have the opportunity to return to her old school and talk to the student body about her chosen pathway and work post-Eltham High School. Professor Morris is currently the Head of School, Melbourne School of Health Sciences, the University of Melbourne; Associate Dean of Health Sciences and Chair of Physiotherapy. We welcome Professor Morris back to our school. I extend an invitation to all members of our school community to attend the assembly. If you wish to attend I ask that you contact Kate Scalzo on 9430 5111 prior to Friday so that we can include you in our seating plan.



Building Futures[JEN1] :

I am very pleased to announce that as of last Thursday 15 July, the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development has agreed to sign off on the Design and Development stage of our Building Futures Program. We have now moved into the Contract Documentation phase with the hope that we will go out to tender in mid September, award the contract by the end of October and demolition will begin by early December; some preliminary work will take place prior to this. This is after the 2010 examination/assessment period so that there will be no disruption to this process. We are very excited! I will keep you informed as things progress.



Notes of Condolences:

On behalf of the Eltham High School Community I wish to extend our sincere condolences to Mr Marius Meneaud and his family on the recent loss of his brother and to Mr Brendan Monigatti and his family for the recent loss of his Brother-in-law. Over the term break Mrs Rhonda Malone lost her father and I extend our condolences to her and her family. Our thoughts are with you all during this difficult time.



Vincent Sicari, Principal   

VCE Information Night

All Yr 10 students are reminded that the VCE Information Evening is on Wednesday the 21st of July. The evening starts at 7pm in the hall and continues until 8:30 with subject information in the 400s wing.  It is vital that all Yr 10 students attend with a parent/guardian. Information on Yr 11 options and subjects are provided.  Application forms for Yr 11 are also distributed on the evening.

Please contact the VCE office with any enquires.

Di Parry


Senior School Student Progress Interviews – Thursday 29th July 2010

Interviews are available between 4:00pm-7:00pm for the parents and teachers of Senior School students.  Booking sheets are being distributed this week, and students are expected to book interview times with their teachers before the Student Progress Interviews Sessions. These sessions provide a valuable opportunity for staff, parents and students to talk about the progress and learning needs of the student.  We look forward to meeting with you on this night. 

Hermina Burns, Assistant Principal


Junior & Middle School Student Progress Interviews  - Tuesday 17 August 2010:




PLEASE NOTE: ON Tuesday 17 August, no students  attend classes on this day.  Junior and Middle students are expected to attend the interviews with their parents.


Junior & Middle School Student Progress Interviews Tuesday 17 August 2010Interviews are available between 11:00am – 1:00pm, 2:00pm – 4.30pm and 5.15pm – 7:00pm.


Parents of Junior and Senior School students are invited to the Student Progress Interviews on Tuesday 17th August   Interviews are available to parents as per the following schedule:

Session 1         11:00am – 1:00pm         Interviews

Session 2         2:00pm – 4.30pm          Interviews

Session 3         5.15pm-7:00pm             Interviews


Booking sheets will be distributed, and students are expected to book interview times with their teachers before the Student Progress Interview Sessions. These sessions provide a valuable opportunity for staff, parents and students to talk about the progress and learning needs of the student.  We look forward to meeting with you on this night. 

Hermina Burns, Assistant Principal

Online Student Progress Interviews

We have been working hard to implement an online booking system for student progress interviews. Due to technical difficulties with importing classes and teachers in to the software, this will not be available for this round of interviews.  We will however ensure that the system is working for the term 1 2011 interviews and information regarding the process and login details will be sent home when available.

Darren Squires

Assistant Principal


Congratulations to Annie Rose Armour

Congratulations to Annie Rose Armour, Year 12 for having her photo accepted as a finalist in the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize.


The following from the “Redbubble” site shows what a prestigious competition this is. In fact an ex EHS parent and Artist in School participant, Peter Wegner, won the 2006 Art section of the Moran Prize worth $100,000.



… The prize promotes contemporary photography and excellence in photo-based work, including all types of analogue and digital photography. Images can be either colour or black and white.

Entrants to the Moran Prize are asked to interpret “Contemporary Life in Australia” with an emphasis on Australians going about their day-to-day lives within their environment. There are two sections in the Moran Contemporary Photographic Prize – an Open Section and a Schools Section with the total prize money of $110,000. First prize in the Open Section is $80,000 with a further $10,000 awarded for highly commended works and, a total of $20,000 for the category winners in the Schools Section. The two sections will be clearly delineated from each other in the exhibition to be held at The State Library of New South Wales from 9 August 2010 until 5 September 2010 and, in a subsequent touring exhibition. The judge for the 2010 competition is prominent Australian documentary photographer and filmmaker, Stephen Dupont. Stephen is the recipient of several international awards and was named the 2010 Robert Gardner Fellow in Photography.”


Check out the website to view a great example of contemporary photography over past years



All school finalists’ entries will be consistently block mounted and satin laminated at the Moran Group’s expense.




It's a busy week with music camp for Training, Intermediate and Concert Bands.  The students attend the 'intensive' music workshops at Ferngully Lodge in Healesville.  Training Band are Monday /Tuesday, Intermediate Band are Tuesday / Wednesday and Concert Band Wednesday / Thursday.  Training and Intermediate Bands return to EHS at approximately 4.15pm and Concert Band will be 5.15pm on Thursday.

These camps are a very important part of the program with the groups working on their pieces for the upcoming Melbourne School Bands Festival and Royal South Street Competitions.

AMEB exams - Jill in the music office must know if you're taking part in the October / November session by 9am Wednesday morning.

Any queries, contact the music office on 9430 5127


Jill Browne, Music Administration 9430 5127.






Vic Schools Cup

Teams have been entered for the Victorian Schools Volleyball Cup and are displayed on the volleyball information board in the stadium foyer.  Also displayed are the entries for other schools in all divisions. Check it to see who you will be playing against.

Training hots up this week.

Wednesday after school the year 8 boys and girls honors teams will be playing practice games against Kew High school here at Eltham High. Gamers start at 3.30 pm.

Thursday night at 3.30 this week.

Open girls honours v Open girls division 1

Under 17 girls honours v under 16 boys honours

Under 15 boys div 1 v under 16 boys div 1


Level One Referees course

Mr Thomas will be running a level one referees course for any students that would like to become a qualified referee. Each team competing in Vic schools cup must have a level one referee. The course will be held Monday 19th and 26th July at 4.00 pm for an hour in room 003 with the exam being held on the 2nd August. See Mr Thomas for details if interested. Players of all ages are invited even if you missed the first session. The course costs $25 which pays for your accreditation and a whistle.


Junior Development

Heidelberg are offering training on Thursday nights between 6.30 and 8.00 pm at Catholic Ladies College in Eltham for any interested junior boys. Jenny Becker is an Australian coach with a great deal of coaching experience and she is keen to work with any year 7 and 8 boys keen to improve their volleyball.


Boxing success for Shaun McLachlan

Shaun competed in the Numurkah Memorial Amateur Boxing Cup a few days ago where he won his event with a unanimous 10-0 result against his Canberra opponent, this also led him to receive the prestigious Memorial Cup for the best fight of the day which was picked out of 18 fights.


Shaun was very proud of this achievement as he has been training for about 12 months now and his hard work has seen him win his last two bouts. He's looking forward to competing in the Victorian Amateur State Titles next month



A new season of Spikezone (mini volleyball for Primary kids) will begin next Thursday the 22nd July at 4.00 pm.

Important Dates

6th , 7th and 8th August - Victorian Schools Volleyball Cup

9th November  - Northern Zone volleyball for year 7 and 8.

25th November – Year 7 and 8 VSSSA final.

5th – 10th December – Australian volleyball schools cup 


If your child is selected in a state team or has a significant ‘sporting moment’ please contact me so that we can share the good news on the parent newsletter.


Greg Thomas

Volleyball Coordinator



The Cross Country calendar reaches its busiest time at this stage of the year, and the past week has had two Championships in the space of four days. On Tuesday 13th July, the School Sport Victoria secondary school championships were held at Bundoora Park. On Saturday, the All Schools Cross Country Championships were conducted at the same venue.

Eltham High School has reason to be very proud of the achievements of all of its students who took part in these events. Their endeavour on the day and their discipline in their preparation for these events can only be admired.

In particular, the achievements of Year 8 student, Louise Alford, have been outstanding. In the space of four days, Louise has won the 14 Years Girls 3000m at the School Sport Victoria Championships and the Womens Under 15 4000m at the Victorian All Schools Cross Country Championships. Louise’s effort in this race will win her selection for the Victorian State team to compete at the Australian Championships in August.

The EHS team in the 14 Girls at the School Sport Victoria event, finished in fourth place, narrowly missing out on a medal. Team members were Louise Alford, Jaimee Solar, Jacqui Harrington, Jessie Black and Gabby Seymour. Unfortunately for the team, Gabby twisted her ankle in the race and was brave enough to limp home.

Braydon Turner ran a strong second half of his 3000m to finish in 8th position.

Max Balchin


School Sport Victoria, Cross Country 2010

Tuesday 13 July ’10 - Bundoora Park

12-13 Boys 3000m:

Braydon Turner              Position: 8th       Time: 11:03

14 Years Girls 3000m:

Louise Alford                Position: 1st       Time: 10:46

Jaimee Solar                 Position: 27      Time: 12:54

Jacqui Harrington          Position: 80      Time: 14:40

Jessie Black                 Position: 85      Time: 14:55

Gabby Seymour                        Position: 91      Time: 16:04

14 Boys 3000m:

Nicholas Phillips                        Position: 46      Time: 11:13

15 Boys 3000m:

Josh Turner                   Position: 44      Time: 11:11

Shaun McLachlan          Position: 68      Time: 11:33

16 Boys 5000m:

Amos Fun                     Position: 52      Time: 19:25




Victorian All Schools Cross Country Championships

Saturday 17 July 2010 - Bundoora Park

Women Under 15: (4km)          

Louise Alford                Position: 1st       Time: 14:42

Men Under 14: (3km)    

Langden McBarren        Position: 127     Time: 14:47


Louise Alford on the podium at the School Sport Victoria Championships.


Max Balchin


From the Careers Room

Term 3 Programme

It’s a busy time in Term 3, the main events being:


• July 21: Year 10 Interview Skills Workshop; Senior School


Information Night

• July 26 – 30: Year 10 Subject Selection Information Sessions

• July 27: Year 11 Tertiary Tour

• August 4 – 13: Year 12 VTAC Information Sessions

• August 10: Year 11 Subject Selection Information Session

• August 18: Parents VTAC Briefing

• August 19: Year 10 Portfolio Interview Day

University & TAFE Open Day Calendar

Students in Years 10 – 12 are strongly encouraged to attend Open Days so as to help them choose appropriate tertiary courses. Most Open Days are on Sundays in August – see the online edition of the Newsletter for an Open Day calendar.


Occupational Therapy

Austin Health is running this event on Thursday 2nd September, 6.15pm – 8.00pm at the Austin Hospital, Studley Rd Heidelberg. RSVP by 30th August: 9496 5105 or melissa.whitten@austin.org.au


Parent VTAC Briefing

Want to help your Year 12 son or daughter with their tertiary application but are a bit confused by: the myriad of options available; the VTAC application process; all those acronyms - HECS-Help, SEAS, VGF; etc. Then come along to this info session, 7.30pm on Wednesday 18th August in the Library. Anna Panas and I will help decipher all those mysteries.


Advertising and Public Relations Careers Days

RMIT is holding Careers Days for their courses in Advertising and in Public Relations.

·         Recommended for anyone considering advertising as a career, the Advertising Day will provide an up-to-date overview of the industry and employment opportunities, covering branding and strategy, integrated marketing communications, creative advertising, account service, media, production, the future, and study options. When: 10am-3.30pm, Sat 21 August; Where: RMIT building 108. Level 9, Lecture Theatre 16 (239 Bourke St, Melbourne); Cost: $55 (incl refreshments); Register: www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au; Info: enquiries@rmit.edu.au.

·         Recommended for anyone considering a career in PR, the PR Day provides a realistic overview of the industry and employment opportunities and covers consultancy PR, corporate PR, new media, government PR, event management, fundraising, the future, and study options. When: 10am-3.30pm, Sat 4 Sept; Where: RMIT Building 108, Level 9, Lecture Theatre 16 (239 Bourke St, Melbourne); Cost: $55 (incl refreshments); Register: www.shortcourses.rmit.edu.au; Info: enquiries@rmit.edu.au


La Trobe: VCE Parents’ Information Evening

La Trobe Uni has an evening to demystify the terminology and procedures of VCE, VTAC and entry to university – especially for parents. When: 6pm, Wed 28 July; Info/reg’n: www.latrobe.edu.au/parents.


Peter Goddard

Careers Teacher


USA SPACE CAMP Dec 3rd – Dec 17th 2011


              Information Night Tuesday 10th August


                7:30pm in the Eltham High staffroom


For further information please contact Ross Pringle at pri@elthamhs.vic.edu.au



Youth Activities

Banyule City Council needs to hear your views on safety

concerns and other issues that affect you as a young

person in Banyule! This is your chance to have a say in

what matters to you. Participate in discussions, create

community plans and meet other local young people in

a fun, yet informative, environment that will inspire!

Place: Streeton Room, The Centre Ivanhoe

275 Upper Heidelberg Road, Ivanhoe

Date: Thursday 12th August, 2010

Time: 9am - 3pm

Who: Young people aged 12 -25 years

Lunch provided, entertainment & prizes to be won!


For more information contact Jane Casey (Youth Participation Officer) on 9457 9939 / 0422 560 109 or jane.casey@banyule.vic.gov.au. You can register your

interest by going to www.banyuleyouth.com and go into the

draw for a $50 iTunes voucher by Friday, 6th August 2010.


Ever wondered what a day in the life

of the Mayor would be like?

Both, a young male and female Youth Mayor, will lead the BYE Youth Summit. Have a voice in helping to lead other young people to express their opinions and influence Council’s future decisions. This is an opportunity to ‘drive change’ and have a voice in your local community.

If you would like to nominate to be “Youth Mayor for the Day” go to www.banyuleyouth.com to register your interest by 30th July, 2010.


If you would like to take part in the BYE Youth Summit, contact Jane Casey, Youth Participation Worker on 94579939 or 0422560109


Brendan Monigatti & Jenny Fowler




July 2010

Wed 21

VCE Information Night 7pm

Music Rehearsal Camp – FernGully Lodge (Intermediate & Concert Bands)

Careers – Year 10 Interview Skills Workshop

Senior School reports on intranet

School Council Meeting

Thu 22

Music Rehearsal Camp – FernGully Lodge (Concert Band)

Fri 23

Whole School Assembly

Mon 26

Transition Yr 10-Yr 11 Subject Selection (all week)

Tue 27

Year 7 City Camp

Science - Engineering Challenge Yr 9&10 – Latrobe Uni

Transition  - Year 11 Tertiary Orientation & Tour

Reminder to all families that payments and notices for all excursions are due back to school at least 2 days prior to the event.


Canteen Roster

July 2010

Wed 21

Alison Jones, Christine Muscat

Thurs 22

Sue Ball, Carol Stewart

Fri 23

Nicole Hassall, Suzie Gerrard

Mon 26

Jill Rachim, Rachael Wallace

Tues 27

Gillian Goldsworthy, Karen Smith

Canteen volunteers - Gael Carter, Manager   9430 5122.




BPay at EHS………. Almost Too Easy

Simply use the biller code and reference number listed on your statement.

It can sometimes be difficult to identify what items your payment relates to, so please provide us with details at the time of your payment so it can be allocated in accordance with your request.  Email your payment details to accounts@elthamhs.vic.edu.au otherwise it will be allocated as follows:

1.          Essential education items

2.          Optional extras

3.          Voluntary financial contributions.


Please note that biller code 87361 will show DEECD (Department of Education and Early Childhood Development) NOT Eltham High School.  The Department initially receives the payment and then distributes to schools the next day so there is a processing delay of two days.

If you require any further information, please call the office on 9430 5111    Kathleen Hannan, Business Manager


Community Announcements/Advertising appear on the web this week www.elthamhs.vic.edu.au




Entries are open to exhibit at the MusArt Festival at Wales St. Primary School, Thornbury on 11th September 2010.  Applications close August 13.  Call Sophie 0419 560 755 for information, or email Haralambakis@optusnet.com.au




Teenage Aggression:

Responding Assertively

A 6 week group program for parents in the northern region who have an adolescent behaving violently at home:

·      Understand how violence works

·      Get concrete strategies to reduce violence

·      Improve your relationship with your child

·      Understand adolescent development

Telephone: 9450 4700



Do you live in a Mud brick home?  Want to share it with the world?  Know anyone who does?   We're looking to show these off and raise money for the Music program by running a Mud brick House Tour on October 24th.  The Tour will be run in conjunction with the Practically Green Festival and showcase a range of mud brick dwellings, from Taj Mudhals to Modernist Mud Brick marvels.  For more information, email Geoff Paine on geepaine@optusnet.com.au or call 0410 543 153.


Public Education Campaign

Public schools have a vital role in ensuring every child gets a high quality education. But they are under-resourced. Teachers and parents are joining together to convince the Federal Government to invest more in our public schools.


Public education federal election forums

The AEU is holding public forums to highlight public education as a crucial issue in the federal election. Each forum will be addressed by AEU Federal President Angelo Gavrielatos and candidates from the Labor, Liberal and Green parties. Questions from the floor will be welcome. These events are open to all members of the community and children are welcome. These events will be held from 4.30pm–6.00pm.

August 3: Ringwood Secondary College, Bedford Road, Ringwood. For more information or RSVP, email Rowena Matcott or Julie Lynch or phone (03) 9417 2822.

August 5: The Lakes South Morang P-9 School, Administration Building, 80 Jardier Terrace, South Morang. RSVP July 30 Justin Mullaly or Ann Dettenberg on (03) 9417 2822.



Have you changed your contact details?

Please notify Ms Cathy Cukier of any changes you have made ASAP Contact 9430 5113 or cuk@elthamhs.vic.edu.au



Register to receive an email version of this newsletterthis is a guarantee your copy reaches home – simply go to the web site – www.elthamhs.vic.edu.au click on the newsletter link, choose subscribe and follow the prompts. 

Thank you for helping save paper & considering the environment.






Open Day dates

Australian Academy of Design

Sunday 8 August, 11am - 4pm

Australian Catholic University

Melbourne Campus:

Sunday, 15 August (10.00 am - 3.00 pm)

Ballarat Campus:

Sunday, 29 August (10.00 am - 3.00 pm)

Australian College of Sports Therapy

Sunday 8th August 2010 - 12.00noon-3.00pm

Wednesday 11th August 2010 - 7.00pm-9.00pm

Sunday 12th September 2010 - 12.00noon-3.00pm

Wednesday 15th September 2010 - 7.00pm-9.00pm

Box Hill Institute

Sunday 22 August

Deakin University

Geelong Campus at Waurn Ponds and Geelong Waterfront Campus:

Sunday 8 August, 10am - 3pm

Warrnambool Campus:

Sunday 15 August, 10am - 2pm

Melbourne Campus at Burwood:

Sunday 22 August, 10am - 4pm

Endeavour College of Natural Health

Sunday 25 July 11.00am - 3.00pm

Footscray City Films

22 August (1.00pm – 4.00pm)


Chadstone, Moorabbin and Waverley campus:

Saturday 21 August 10am - 3pm

Institute for Design, Entertainment and the Arts (I.D.E.A.)

8 August 2010

JMC Academy

Melbourne: 21 August

Kangan Institute

Centre of Fashion @ Richmond

Sunday August 15

La Trobe University

Bendigo: 22 August (10.00am - 4.00pm)

Shepparton: 13 August (1.00pm - 7.00pm)

Mildura: 8 August (10.00am- 4.00pm)

Albury-Wodonga: 15 August (10.00am - 3.00pm)

Melbourne: 29 August (10.00am - 4.00pm)

Melbourne Institute of Business and Technology

Burwood campus: 22 August

Geelong campus: 8 August

Monash College

Peninsula: 31 July

Caulfield and Clayton: 1 August

Monash University

Saturday 31 July:

Berwick, Gippsland, and Peninsula campuses

Sunday 1 August:

Caulfield, Clayton and Parkville campuses.

*All campuses open 10am - 4pm.

Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE

31 August

Ozford College of Business

Wednesday 11 August: 10am-5pm at Level 9, 123 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.

Photography Studies College

Sunday 15 August 10am - 4pm

PIC - Photographic Imaging College

22 August

Qantm College

19 June 11:00am - 3:00pm

16 October 11:00am - 3:00pm

RMIT University

City, Bundoora and Brunswick campuses

Sunday 8 August from 10am - 4pm


Wednesday 18 August from 7pm to 9pm

Swinburne University of Technology

15 August (10.00am - 4.00pm) at Hawthorn, Lilydale and Prahran campuses.

University of Ballarat

Sunday 29 August

University of Melbourne (The)

Parkville: Sunday 15 August

Southbank: Sunday 15 August

Victoria University

Sunday 8 August, 10.00am - 4.00pm

Footscray Park campus only.

William Angliss Institute of TAFE

Sunday 8 August, 10.00am-4.00pm

Wodonga Institute of TAFE

Sunday 15 August, 10.00am - 2.00pm










































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