Welcome Back The Senior School team were excited to see our VCE students return to campus last week. Over the past 7 weeks we have been extremely proud of the effort our students have applied to their studies during the remote learning period. Although at times it was challenging for both students and staff, it … Continued Read More

When I went to Year 10 Camp, I was very confused because I got lost in the school! I was also very afraid of talking to my roommates in English.   At first we were very worried about school life, because most classes were difficult to understand and it was a little difficult to make new … Continued Read More

My remote learning experience so far has been anything but boring. If anything, I’m really enjoying the fact that once I’ve finished my set work I can just relax. I have found myself with so much more free time to do things I usually wouldn’t have time for. And in this time I have been … Continued Read More

Student Wellbeing Whilst we have been undertaking remote learning, we have prioritised student wellbeing to ensure all of our students are healthy, happy and able to learn. Part of the planning when moving to a remote learning environment was to ensure an ongoing connection and sense of belonging for students and staff with the college. … Continued Read More

Updated assessment and Reporting dates Due to our interrupted term and staggered return to school in term two, the college has made some adjustments to some of its key semester one assessment and reporting dates. Please note the following: Date Details Week 8 – Monday 1 June On-site assessment resumes (VCE) Week 9 – Monday … Continued Read More

We look forward to welcoming back our Year 9 and 10 students to the college on Tuesday 9 June.  Our students have been kept busy through the remote learning phase by our talented teachers.  While the college has been quieter a wide range of maintenance and facilities works have occurred.   The Full Works – … Continued Read More

Field trip One – Year 12 to Martha Cove on the Mornington Peninsula As part of Unit 3 students investigate a place that has observable land use change. We spent a long day leaving school at 6.30am and returned late afternoon.  All in one day students were able to interview knowledgeable locals from a local … Continued Read More

Even through our period of isolation due to COVID-19, our Music Department kept the momentum of music at Mount Waverley Secondary College going. Over 300 students continued their instrumental music tuition consistent through weekly lessons, video submissions, recordings and gatherings. The music faculty were amazed by the dedication our Year 7-12 musicians applied to their … Continued Read More

Year 12 Student Leadership Throughout the remote learning period our Year 12 Leadership Team met weekly to check-in and discuss how they were finding the remote learning experience. They were keen to focus on the positives, and many of our leaders shared that they were enjoying the flexibility of remote learning and saving time travelling … Continued Read More

The Careers team have been very busy over the last 2 weeks preparing for and implementing Careers week activities, the ethos of the Careers team is ‘Your career is a journey not a destination”. This ethos was showcased in the many interviews recorded with Industry Leaders; learning about their journey’s it became evident across all … Continued Read More