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Principal’s Report

I Welcome back all students and staff to the start of Term 3. I hope that everyone has had a very relaxing break. In particular I welcome Mr Brian Chiha who joins our Mathematics Department and wish him well as he embarks on his journey as a member of our learning community.  Mr Chiha will take on Mr Raymond Chan’s classes as a result of Mr Chan’s retirement.

I also welcome exchange students Florence Decerf from Belgium who will remain at our school for a period of 8 weeks and Nicolo Notargiacomo who will remain with us for the whole of Semester 2. I wish both students the very best with their experience and I take this opportunity to thank their host families, the Gerardsons and the Gower-Tibbets respectively, for their willingness to provide this opportunity and for their hospitality.

Student Achievement

I am certain that our students were involved in many out of school programs and experiences over the term break. I do want to congratulate Ellis Evans (Year 10, Everard House), Louise Alford (Year 11, Everard House), Lucy Boyes (Year 11, Everard House) and Daniel Notting (Year 11, Everard House), all of whom spent a good portion of their break at the AIS playing Volleyball at the National Titles. This showed a great commitment as well as being a fantastic achievement.  I wish all the students the very best as they continue to engage with the sport at the elite level.

VET Hospitality:

I congratulate all the VET Hospitality students and their teacher, Diana Makris, and support person Ally Bailey for the wonderful dinner that they presented to their families and friends on Tuesday, 25 June.

Ms Fran Mullins, Mr Tim Natoli and I felt very privileged to have been invited to attend the dinner. We were asked to savour all the dishes that the students had prepared and to provide feedback to the students at the end of the evening.  I have to say that I have never been to anything like it. It was like being a guest judge on Masterchef.

Whilst all the other guests were privy to one menu (that was developed by their child’s group), Fran, Tim and I had a number of entrees presented to us as well as a number of main meals and a number of desserts: all delicious!

The students were phenomenal in that they firstly planned their menu, executed all the preparation for it including the shopping lists, created a range of fabulous dishes, transformed the Year 12 Study Centre into a very convincing restaurant and then provided a great front of house service.

It was great to see just how much these young people have learnt in such a short time. The three of us were amazed, as were the other guests.

This is an outstanding achievement and once again I congratulate everyone that was involved. I am now looking forward to the next one!

Year 7 Expo:

Congratulations to all the Year 7 students and their Integrated Studies teachers for a fantastic Expo Night on Thursday, 20 June. The students were all well prepared to show off their learning to their families and friends and they did this in an admirable way. The preparation that went into the Expo spanned over the semester and it was great to see the students standing tall and proud of their achievements to date. I also thank all the parents, siblings and friends that attended the Expo. This showed real support for our young people and it was great to hear all the positive feedback that was provided to the students, the staff and the school on that evening. The students have already begun their next program of study and this will be supported by their “City Experience” in August.

A great evening and a great effort!

Year 10 Course Counselling:

Following on from the VCE, Enhancement and VCAL Information Evenings that took place at the end of last term, this week all Year 10 students will be involved in course counselling sessions to support them in their subject selection for their senior school years. Each student will participate in an interview with a staff member who will take them through the process. The aim of this is to give our students the opportunity to ask questions about the process, to ensure that they have followed through all the relevant steps and that they are well prepared and informed prior to making decisions about their final subject/course selection for Senior School. I take this opportunity to thank Mrs Anna Panas, the Senior School team and Mr Ross Pringle for their organisation and commitment to making this process as smooth as possible for our students.

Vincent Sicari


Assistant Principal’s Report

School Emergency Response Practice

During the last week of Term 2 we conducted an Emergency Response practice. This involved a recall lockdown of the entire school during recess; getting all of the staff and students in from the school yard and locked in classrooms and offices. This was a huge success and all members of the school community responded promptly and appropriately allowing the school to be completely locked down in less than 4 minutes. Following the lockdown we evacuated the school to the front oval and again this was a success. 

The school’s Occupational Health and Safety Committee has been collecting information and feedback from staff and students and will work in conjunction with the schools Emergency Management Consultants, EMQ, to refine our processes before the next practice.

Darren Squires

Assistant Principal


First Aid – Students with Medical Action Plans

A reminder to families to ensure that they are providing the school with copies of action plans for students with medical conditions. This needs to occur when the student first enrols at the school or at any time when there is a change to their medical condition.

We will soon be contacting all families of students who currently have a Medical Action Plan requesting updates. Please contact Michelle Ford in First Aid to discuss changes or updates to your child’s medical condition.

Fran Mullins

Assistant Principal


Senior School News

Course Selection Interviews – Year 11, 2014

Course selection interviews are scheduled between Tuesday 16 and Thursday 18 July, 2013. Students have been allocated a 10 minute interview time, as specified on their Course Selection Interview Form. Students are required to bring the following documents to their interview:

·         Year 11, 2014 Course Selection Interview Form with the Mathematics recommendation signed by the Class teacher

·         Career Voyage on-line survey print out

·         MIPS (Managed Individual Pathways) Form

Following the course selection interview, students will need to decide whether they will undertake   VCE, VCE with a VET component, or a VCAL course of study, and ensure all subject selections meet the VCE requirements and any pre-requisite studies they may be considering post -Secondary School.

VCE, VCE VET and VCAL Subject Choice Database: Year 11 & 12, 2014

Following student briefings and course selection interviews, current Year 10 and Year 11 students are asked to enter their subject selection preferences on line in priority order. Instruction sheets have been forwarded to all students and can also be accessed via the EHS Internet page (school handbooks/VCE transition presentation).  Once entered, students must print a hard copy to be signed by a parent/guardian and submitted to the Senior School Office by 9.00am Monday, 29 July 2013 together with the Course Selection FormThe database will remain open until midnight Sunday, 28 July 2013 when course selections close.

Anna Panas

Senior School Leader

Middle School News

Middle School Information Night for Current Year 8 Students - Monday 29 July 2013

It is important for all current Year 8 students and parents/guardians attend the Middle School Information Night on Monday 29 July 2013 from 7.00pm to 8.30pm in the Eltham High School Performance Centre.  This information night will provide information on the range of electives available in Year 9 and how to apply for these electives.  A Middle School handbook will be available on the Eltham High School web page which details the information covered in each subject.  Subject selections must be completed on-line.  Students will need to print a copy of their selections, have it signed by a parent/guardian and return it to the Middle School Office by Thursday, 15 August 2013.

Jodie Sutton

Middle School Team Leader


Year 9 & Year 10 Cross Country Ski Trip

Would you like to try cross country skiing? In mid-August we will be running a 1 day cross country ski trip to Lake Mountain. This trip will be for Year 9 and Year 10 students only, and will require a minimum of 20 (max. 22) students to run. The cost will be $125.00 and further details will follow in the next newsletter.

Ross McKinnon

Junior School Team Leader

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Middle School Outdoor Education students off the beaten track at Mount Kooyoora, central Victoria

Junior School News

Year 7 City Experience Camps

The Year 7 City Experience Camps will soon be taking place. Please ensure all appropriate paperwork has been returned, and payments finalized. There are two things on the equipment list that are worth emphasizing: 

·         Make sure your suitcase is small/light/easy to carry (because that is what you will be doing!)

·         Make sure you have practical footwear.

I hope students are looking forward to the camps as much as I am!    

Year 8 Cross Country Ski Trip

Would you like to try cross country skiing? In mid-August we will be running a 1 day cross country ski trip to Lake Mountain. This trip will be for Year 8 students only, and will require a minimum of 20 (max. 22) students to run. The cost will be $125.00 and further details will follow in the next newsletter. 

Ross McKinnon

Junior School Team Leader

Musical Notes

Welcome back to a very busy term - we have Music Camps, a Symphonic Band Tour and competitions all happening!

Firstly, a BIG reminder - please get your child into the habit of checking Compass regularly for lesson and rehearsal times.  At this time of the year the expectation is that your child should not need prompting to attend these sessions on time!

An updated Music Calendar will be given to students this week.

Music Camps

The large Ensembles all take part in the Healesville overnight workshop/rehearsal opportunity.  The cost of these workshops have been included in your activity fee charge.

The Music Camp schedule will be as follows:



Symphonic Band

18 – 20 July

Junior and Senior Strings

22 – 23 July

Training Band

23 – 24 July

Intermediate Band

24 – 25 July

Concert Band

25 – 26 July

Students will travel by bus and stay at Ferngully Lodge in Healesville.

All students have received paperwork for this event.  The consent form should have been returned to the Music Office by the first day of Term 3.

After School Program

A reminder that there are a few available places for voice lessons with Louisa Rankin.

If you are interested in these or any other aspect of the Music Program please contact the Music Office on 9430 5127 or email Jill at

Rick Plummer
Director of Music


State Champion Hoodies

The senior boys ‘State Champion hoodies’ have arrived and can be collected ed from Mr Thomas in the PE office.


Volleyball shirts and shorts have arrived and will be distributed at training during the week. Jackets should arrive soon.

Knee Pads

Any student new to the Volleyball Program this year should receive knee

Pads.  If you haven’t received your knee pads please see Mr Thomas.

Victorian Volleyball Schools’ Cup

This event is the premier volleyball event in Victoria for schools. This year Eltham High School has entered 19 teams. Please be aware that we require athletes for this 3 day competition on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 26 – 28 July. If your child plays weekend sport for another team please ensure you ask their coach to roster them off for this weekend so that they are available to play volleyball.  All teams will be transported by bus to and from the State Volleyball Centre, Stud Road Dandenong on Friday 26 July. Parents will be required to drive their children or make other transport arrangements over the weekend.

Important Volleyball Dates for 2013:


26 – 28 July                 Victorian Volleyball Schools’ Cup

17 October                   Year 8 Volleyball Round robin

29 October                   Year 8 Northern Zone Volleyball

30 October                   Year 7 Northern Zone Volleyball

30 October (2014)       Intermediate Round Robin (Year 8 and 9 students)

26 November               Year 7and 8 State Volleyball Final

8- 13 December          Australian Volleyball Schools’ Cup


Emily Dean (Year 9) and Brianne Allen (Year 9) have both been selected to represent Victoria at the Australian National Gymnastics Championships in Sydney, 13 - 19 July 2013.  Emily will compete as a member of the National Level 8 Team and Brianne as a member of the National Level 9 Team.  This is the fifth consecutive year that the girls have been selected to represent their State at National Competitions.  The girls train at the Jets High Performance Centre in Diamond Creek under the guidance of Coach Sally Young, who has also been selected as the Victorian Level 8 Team Coach. We wish them all the best of luck at the National Championships.

Many Eltham High School students took part in the Australian Junior National Volleyball Championships in Canberra over the holidays. A full report will be available next week.

If your child has a unique sporting moment, or is selected in a State or National Team, please let us know so we can share the good news. (I have copies of the Nillumbik Sporting Achievement Grant application form if you require one).

Greg Thomas

Volleyball/Elite Sports Coordinator


Year 9 Work Experience:

Monday 2 December – Friday 13 December

Although it is a long way off, why not think about placements now for December? To start with have a look at the Employer File sent to all Year 9 students which lists, by occupation, placements other students have undertaken in the past. Have a think about how far you are willing to travel and whether you would like one or two employers for this period. Forms are available from outside the Careers Office (next to Drama) and need to be fully completed before returning to the Careers Office. You do not need to organise the Principal’s signature as this is done once the form has been checked and approved by Mr Pringle. Good luck and get in early to avoid the rush!

RSPCA Animal Career Discovery Day

Hear from RSPCA staff currently working in the industry in various roles and gain helpful insider knowledge on planning pathways to a fulfilling career with animals.

Dates:             Tuesday 3 September and Thursday 5 December

Time:              9:00am – 3:30pm

Location:        Burwood East RSPCA

Cost:               $55 includes registration, morning tea, RSPCA career show bag, and all activity costs.

For more information and to download a registration form visit :

Applying for a Tax File Number

Are you intending to look for part-time work or are you currently employed? If so then having a TFN will avoid you having to pay tax on the pay you receive from your employer. As of 2013 the tax free threshold will be $18,200 so to ensure you are not taxed you can get an application form from outside the Careers Office. Please ensure that the form is filled out neatly and with either your birth registration number or passport number. Copies of documents are NOT required with the application form. Return the form to the Careers Office to be checked and mailed out. The processing time by the ATO is about 4 weeks and any contact with the ATO following your application needs to be done by the applicant.

Ross Pringle
Careers Coordinator


Student Wellbeing Programs – Term 2

Students at Eltham High School benefit from our Student Support Worker, Eva Natsis, providing specially designed programs for our students throughout the year. These programs are aimed at identified social and emotional needs of our students. The programs work to increase connectedness and belonging to the school and broader community. Students are selected and self-nominate depending on the purpose and scope of the program. Each program is designed to meet a clearly identified need.

The following is a brief outline of programs that ran in Term 1 and 2 as well as some information on new programs running in Term 3:

Grey Horse – Growth and Learning:

Last term nine Year 7 students participated in the ‘Equine Therapy Program’ aimed to increase the confidence, social capability and leadership skills of students in a supportive environment. The program took place in Smiths Gully at Grey Horse Growth and Learning under the supervision of a highly competent Equine Therapist, Dr Maggie Broom. Students interacted with the horses, and learnt about their own behaviours in relation to team work with each other, reflecting on their experience in the arena and observing animal behaviour. The program was offered to students from Eltham High School after the success of previous (funded) programs. Maggie Broom successfully applied through Nillumbik Council for further funding to support a continued partnership and opportunity for students.  Feedback from students who participated was extremely positive.  We are hoping for further funding to enable us to continue the partnership and take another group of students in Term 4.

Girls Enrichment Program - Year 9:

This program is aimed at enriching the personal development of young women in a supportive environment that encourages open dialogue, reflection and teaching girls to become empathetic. Last term, we explored various topics and issues that were important to the girls. The girls appreciated the opportunity to share personal experiences, and learn goal setting and problem solving skills relevant to common dilemmas. . This term we will be exploring personal significance and meaning for girls through a range of workshops. There was positive feedback from all students in that they felt the group encouraged them to grow, to think and learn.

Girls Fitness Challenge:

A small group of girls in the Middle School have been involved in a weekly fitness challenge at the Eltham Leisure Centre, offered and funded through the YMCA’s ‘Open Doors Program’. Under the supervision and direction of a personal trainer and the support of youth workers, the girls are challenged to develop their physical fitness in a supportive environment, all the while making new friends, (girls from Montmorency SC and St Helena SC also participate). This program will continue into Term 3 and Term 4, provided we have enough participants. The program is offered to students whose family may not be able to afford a gym membership, girls who may feel self- conscious or lacking in self-esteem, or at risk of disengagement from school.  If you believe your daughter would benefit from the program, please contact Eva Natsis.

Drum Beat:

Last term, we had the privilege and honour of working with two highly competent practitioners from the Shire of Nillumbik (a youth worker and an occupational therapist) who offered a 10 week program to our students called ‘Drum Beat’. This program was designed to offer students the opportunity to participate in a drumming circle with the intention of working as a team to collaborate on drumming improvisations. It also offered students the opportunity to talk about their values and discuss the importance of working as a team to achieve desired goals. We had a small group participate last term and hope that more students indicate their interest in future drumming sessions.

Peer Mentoring:

Another successful term for our Peer Mentor Program. We have at least 40 students participating either as a mentor or mentee. The Year 10 mentors have received ongoing support, training and assistance in providing guidance, care and homework help to their mentoree. The twenty Year 7 mentoree students have enjoyed and appreciated meeting and getting to know an older student whom they catch up with for a period either weekly or fortnightly. This program has helped students make the sometimes difficult transition from primary to secondary school. The older students also learn support and social skills. The student mentors were invited to attend an excursion to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre to broaden their perspectives and learn about the issues affecting asylum seekers. We have a small groundswell of students who, in response to their experience, have demonstrated leadership in organising some fund raising for this worthy cause.

New Programs on Offer This Term:

Study 4 Change:

‘Study 4 Change’ is a program geared towards teaching students the values associated with ethics and social justice. It provides students with skills, passion and opportunity to become globally aware participants, by working towards a fund raising project and developing an online, interactive campaign on a social justice issue. It is presented by Justin Dickinson from ‘The Big Umbrella’. This is a 10 week pilot program running every Wednesday throughout Term 3. If you would like to register your interest to be involved, please see Eva in Student Services, or contact her by email at:

“Respect Me, Don’t Sext Me”:

The purpose of this program is to educate boys in Year 9 about appropriate and ethical use of technology, particularly in relation to the widespread use of social media, and illicit and explicit use of photographs captured and sent to people via their mobile phones. Students will learn what sexting is; why people sext; the legal issues; possible consequences and what to do. The activities are designed to encourage open dialogue around the issues of sexting and assist boys to develop appropriate boundaries around the use of mobile phones/social media. This program will operate as part of the Year 9 Health and PE Program. For more information go to

More Information:

Eva Natsis, Student Support Worker, works at Eltham High School as part of the Student Services Team. Eva works on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday each week. Eva also supports students attending alternative school settings and manages the Loan Program for second hand books for students whose families cannot afford text books. Please contact her on 94305177 or email her at:

Eva Natsis

Student Support Worker


Seeking Accommodation/Board for a Senior Female Student in Local Area

Please contact Louise Heathcote (Student Services Leader) on 9439 5123 if you think you can, or know of any suitable person who could provide board for a senior female student of Eltham High School.

Girl Talk Yoga

A yoga class for gorgeous young women, ages 16 to 21.

Yoga is all about balance and building up strength and flexibility.  It also supports organ health and relaxation. 

Yoga is a great balancer for Years 10, 11 and 12 and University life, studying or life generally!

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When: Wednesdays 7 – 8pm (Free Introductory Class)

Where: Eltham

Numbers are limited to 9 and newcomers are always welcome.

For more information contact Natalie Will on 0415823998.

Louise Heathcote
Student Services Leader

Mens’ Shed in St Andrews – For Young People

We are looking for aspiring handy men and women to assist with the building of a set for the Glee Club’s end of year production of ‘The Lost Boys’. We will be meeting at the Mens’ Shed in St Andrews on a Thursday afternoon after school. No skills are required, just be willing to learn how to build a tree, carve some daggers and hoist a sail.  

There is no cost for this activity. Must be willing to have some fun and learn new things.

The current plan is to meet at Mens’ Shed, 35 Caledonia St, St Andrews on a Thursday after school.

Please let me know if you are interested; we are happy for you to bring a friend along. To put your name down or if you have any questions please contact me at or telephone 9433 3349.

I look forward to meeting you all.

Sali Robinson

Youth Services Officer, Nillumbik Shire Council




Tuning in to Teens


Emotionally Intelligent Parenting

A six-session parenting program
for parents of adolescents aged from 10-16 years


Would you like to learn how to:

·         be better at talking with your teen?

·         be better at understanding your teen?

·         help your teen learn to manage their emotions?

·         help to prevent behaviour problems in your teen?

·         teach your teen to deal with conflict?


Tuning in to Teens

shows you how to help your teen develop Emotional Intelligence.

Adolescents with higher Emotional Intelligence:

·         are more aware, assertive and strong in situations of peer pressure

·         have greater success with making friends and are more able to manage conflict with peers

·         are more able to cope when upset or angry

·         have fewer mental health and substance abuse difficulties

·          have more stable and satisfying relationships as adults

·         have greater career success –

·         Emotional intelligence may be a better predictor of academic and career success than IQ!

Where:      Greenhills Neighbourhood Centre
Community Drive
Greensborough  3088

When:       Thursdays 8 August - 12 September

Cost:          $160 / $240 couples

Phone 9435 9287 to make a booking

Parents and Carers

Important News Regarding the Schoolkids Bonus

The second instalment of the Schoolkids Bonus for 2013 will be paid by Centrelink from 4 - 17 July. If you haven't received your payment by 18 July, but think you're eligible, please contact Centrelink to discuss your personal circumstances.

If you receive Family Tax Benefit as a lump sum the Schoolkids Bonus will be paid after your Family Tax Benefit claim is assessed.

For further information go to

Dates of interest for Diamond Valley College Bus Network

Please note the following dates and Diamond Valley College student free days for the remainder of 2013. Buses will NOT run on these days and times will alter for END of terms.

Diamond Valley College student free day: 14  August

Last day for buses 19 December at 3.00pm

Entertainment Book

The 2013/14 Entertainment Book has arrived.  Looking quickly through the book, there is a great range of both fine and bistro dining options plus plenty of other great value offers. Again the book is only $65. Order early and you will receive some further discount offers.  There are a number of my favourites included and many new restaurants.  Orders are being taken via the Cashier.  Call 9430 5118 to order you copy. 

Bruce Martyn

Business Manager

















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Principal’s Report  1

Assistant Principal’s Report  2

Senior School News  3

Middle School News  3

Junior School News  4

Musical Notes  4

Sport  5

Careers  6

Wellbeing  6

Parents and Carers  10

Entertainment Book   10


School Calendar  2

Canteen Roster  3

Upcoming Canteen Menu   3

School Term Dates: 3

School Absences  4

Music Fees Due  4

Log into Compass Parent Portal for Information on: 5

Compass ID Cards & Lateness Procedure  5

Extra Maths Help  5

Dates of Interest for Diamond Valley Bus Network  5

Year 7 Camp 2013  5

Malaysia Language Safari 2013 Trip  5

Girltalk Yoga  5

Smart not Scattered   5

Extra Maths Help   6

Drama  6

Japanese Language Classes  7

Girltalk Yoga  7

Topline Tennis Coaching  8

Weight Watchers  8

Yoga at Eltham High School 9







School Calendar


Thu 18

Symphonic Band Camp: Healesville (Thu – Sat)

Year 10 Maths Games Day

Mon 22

Junior & Senior String Camp: Healesville (Mon – Tue)

Middle School Reports online

Tue 23

Training Band Camp: Healesville

(Tue – Wed)

Jenny Macklin’s Disability Forum: 6.00pm – 7.00pm

Wed 24

Intermediate Band Camp: Healesville (Wed – Thu)

School Council Meeting

Thu 25

Concert Band Camp: Healesville

(Thu – Fri)

Fri 26

VCE Enhancement Subject Selections and Senior School Course Selections: Due midnight on  Sun 28 July

Victorian Volleyball Schools’ Cup

(Fri – Sun)

Mon 29

Middle School Information Evening: 7.00pm – 8.30pm

Year 8 Maths Games Day

Wed 31

Year 7: Camp One

(Wed – Fri)


Thu 1

Westpac Maths Competition

Wed 7

Year 11/Year 12 Maths Games Day

Fri 16

Interim Reports online

Herald/Sun Careers Expo

World Challenge Trivia Evening

Sun 18

Working Bee

Wed 21

Student Progress Interviews: 4.00pm – 7.00pm

Tue 27

Student Progress Interviews:

11.00am – 7.00pm

Canteen Roster


Wed 17

Carolyn Hayes

Christine Cambell

Beth Buckton-Smith

Thu 18

Michelle Spotswood

Patricia Sundstrom

Fri 19

Pip Charlton

Kerri Laing

Mon 22

Debra Gregg

Sharon Alexander

Tue 23

Dianne Milankovic

Kerri Lester

Upcoming Canteen Menu

Wed: Lasagne

Thu: Chicken Schnitzel Rolls

Fri: Hamburgers

Mon: Chicken Schnitzel Rolls

Tue: Wedges






School Term Dates:

Term 3:

Finish    Friday 20 September – 2.30pm

Term 4:

Start     Monday 7 October



School Absences

All Junior, Middle & Senior School absences can now be reported to:

9430 5299

(designated 24 hour answering service)

Please advise: name of child, year level, reason for absence and length of absence.














Music Fees Due

New students to the program (Training Band and Junior Strings):

2nd Instalment (20%) due 21 June 2013

All other music students:

3rd Instalment (20%) due 26 July 2013

Contact Cashier: 94305118




Log into Compass Parent Portal for Information on:


Compass ID Cards & Lateness Procedure

Extra Maths Help

Dates of Interest for Diamond Valley Bus Network

Year 7 Camp 2013

Malaysia Language Safari 2013 Trip

Girltalk Yoga
















Smart not Scattered

After school support group to assist students with time management and organisation skills.

When: Tuesday

Location: Room 136

Time: 3.15pm – 3.45pm

Melissa Hughes






Extra Maths Help

Extra Maths Help will continue in Term 3:

When: Tuesday

Location: Room 706

Time: 3.10pm – 4.00pm

Mrs Milner

Maths KLA Coordinator





















After school Drama Ensembles have commenced:

When: Tuesday/Thursday

Location: 111 Drama Space

Time: 3.30pm – 5.00pm

George Franklin

Art/Technology KLA Co-ordinator








Japanese Language Classes

Japanese Language Classes are available:

When: Friday

Location: Room 136

Time: 8.10am – 8.45pm

Madame Hughes





Girltalk Yoga

Loving yourself

Loving life!

These yoga classes are designed to help students learn some of the basics of Yoga.  Each week we will explore some of the main postures and central themes of yoga to enhance our daily lives and wellbeing.  Come to learn more about your natural posture, natural medicine, core strength, meditation and deep breathing!

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Starting:  15 July 2013

When:      Mondays 3.20 – 4.20pm

Where:     Room 134

                 Eltham High School

Cost:        $100 for a 10 week term

Phone Natalie Will on 0415 823 998 for bookings & inquiries

Facilitated by Natalie Will - Oki-do Yoga teacher, acrobat and dancer trained in Psychology, Remedial Massage and Dance Movement Therapy

Topline Tennis Coaching

Be one of the first 20 players to sign up for lessons at Eltham High School and receive a FREE Racquet values at $40.00!


Topline Tennis has been the Diamond Valley’s No. 1 tennis coaching business for over 20 years.

We specialise in lessons for beginners with affordable lesson pricing.

We focus on our students learning in a fun, social environment and at the same time developing their tennis skills.

For more information please call 9432 3706








Weight Watchers

Life is a grand, messy thing!

With ups and downs and twists and turns! But, that’s what keeps it fun.

So when it comes to losing weight, why try and fit your busy life around a weight loss plan, when there’s already one that fits you? Family friendly, dinner party proof and socially sound, Weight Watchers is approved by Life TM.

Come and join the team and other members at our Eltham High School Meeting, Withers Way, Eltham.

Meetings are held in the 400’s block near the Library. Enter from Withers Way basketball courts.

Doors open THURSDAY 6‑7pm.

New members please arrive at 6pm for enrolment and your getting started session.

Let our motivational Leader and Meeting team start you on your weight loss journey.

For more information call: 13 19 97 or visit

Yoga at Eltham High School

Feel a sense of wellbeing - Invigorate the body –

Calm the mind.

Term 3, 2013
Wednesdays 4:45pm

All teachers, students and parents welcome.

·         Dynamic Yoga for flexibility in hips, shoulders and spine;

·         Standing poses for strength and balance;

·         Pilates for core strength and tone;

·         Deep relaxation.

8 Week Course Commences  Wednesday 24 July

Yes, You can start in the 2nd week and pay for the remaining course


1 hour sessions.  No experience required.

Where: Room 408

Cost: $96  (students: $84)

Instructor: Gillian Lazenby

Phone: 9444 0700

Register and pay at:

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