Term 2 | Week 2

Head of Senior School – Mr David Proudlove

We all know that schools are very busy places, but surely the 48 hours beginning just after dawn last Saturday, and culminating as the Reveille was played from the Clock Tower to signify the end of the College’s incredibly moving ANZAC Day Dawn Service at about 06:55 on Monday, must …

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Staff Profile – Miss Grace Peterson (Year 2)

After completing school in 2011 at SCOTS PGC, I travelled to Scotland where I worked at Queen Victoria School teaching drumming and sport. This is where I found my passion for teaching. It was an incredibly rewarding year watching the students grow. I was teaching the skill to perform at …

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Co-curricular News

To view the Co-curricular programme for Week 3 – Click here SCOTS PGC App A reminder that all co-curricular news will be posted to the College App, this will include all weekly timetables. Other co-curricular notifications such as a cancellation of sport training or change of game times will also …

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Career Avenue Interviews – Year 10

During Term 1, the Year 10 cohort completed a series of career profiling tests with Dr Marian Kratzing from Career Avenues. Whilst it was exhausting for the students, the outcome of the tests will provide each individual with a fairly accurate picture of who they are as a person as …

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Junior and Middle School

JAM KEY DATES Monday, 1st May – Labour Day Public Holiday Friday 5th May – Year 2 Tour of Glengallan Friday 12th May – Junior School Social – theme “Superheroes”, Assembly Hall, 4pm to 6pm Tuesday 9th May-Thursday 11th May – NAPLAN Thursday 18th May – Junior School Assembly, Bandy …

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A Message from our Chaplain

Jon Bloom, “I described grumbling as the accent of hell and gratitude as the accent of heaven.” Yesterday at the ANZAC services we gave thanks or showed gratitude to those who have lost their lives so that the generations that follow will have freedom in Australia. We must be grateful …

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Beef for Sale – Help Support Cattle Club

The College will be having one of our steers done at the end of Week 2 and it should be ready for collection by the end of Week 3.  Packs weigh approx 20kg (costing $15 per kilo) which includes a variety of cuts such as t-bone, rib eye fillet, sausages, …

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Grease Musical

Tickets are now on sale for the 2017 College Musical ‘Grease’ Date: Friday 19th May and Saturday 20th May Time: 7.00pm Cost: Adults $20 and Children $10 Book now to avoid disappointment! Tickets are available through https://www.trybooking.com/277870

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Ice cream Containers Needed

If you have any empty ice cream containers you no longer need, Mrs Goonan would like them! Please drop them to the Science Lab in Senior School or to Mrs Cartmill in Reception. Thank you.

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