What is on Week 6

ONGOING STUDENT SUPPORT

We are approaching a busy and demanding time in our academic calendar. Please see the links below which may help you to support your student. If you have any concerns, any College staff member, but specifically Connect teachers, House Coordinators and School Psychologists are available to provide support to your family. There are also many support agencies within the community.


2016 SCHOOL SATISFACTION SURVEYS

Parents and carers, school staff and students should have now received an email with a link and an access code to participate in these important surveys. If you have not received an email, please contact the front office by email or phone 61421000. The survey is voluntary and we hope you will participate. It won’t take much of your time and it will help us understand areas where we are doing a good job and areas for further development.


FAMILY TRANSACTION STATEMENTS

Family transaction statements were sent home last Friday. These costs are voluntary, however payment is requested by the College for practical course consumables. Without the payment of these contributions, it would not be possible to provide the range or quality of units currently offered.

The College now has a Library Trust Fund (LTF) which is tax deductible. Parents are able to advise the school if the Voluntary Contribution portion only is to be paid into the LTF. All other fees are not able to be placed into the LTF.


V GRADE ALERTS

On Wednesday 24 August the College will email V grade alerts to parents of students who have three or more unexplained absences in a unit or have not submitted a piece of assessment. These are warnings only. If a student receives an alert, it means that they are likely to be awarded a V grade if they do not take immediate action to explain any missed classes or submit any missed assessment. Please contact class teachers for the details of any particular alert.


UPCOMING DATES FOR AST STUDENTS

YEAR 12 AST PREPARATION ASSEMBLY – Thursday 1 September, 2:30pm (Blended Learning)

All Year 12 AST candidates are required to attend a pre-examination briefing during Blended Learning on Thursday in Week 7. This will reinforce all rules and requirements of participation in the AST the following week. There will also be a briefing detailing requirements of the Big Day In.

YEAR 12 BIG DAY IN – Friday 2 September, 8:30–4:00pm

All Year 12 Tertiary students intending to receive an ATAR will participate in workshops designed to prepare them for the AST. Further information will be provided closer to the date. A roll will be taken.

YEAR 11 AST TRIAL – Thursday 8 September and Friday 9 September

All Year 11 students who intend to sit the AST in order to obtain an ATAR are required to sit the practice AST examinations on these dates. Students will sit all three papers over the two days. Further information will be provided closer to the date.


LEGACY WEEK

Legacy Week is being held from Sunday 28 August to Saturday 3 September. Legacy helps to support the families of deceased service personnel. To help fund raise for the event, students will be selling merchandise within the College on Friday 26 August and Marina will have stock available in her office for the following week. There will be pins, wristbands, pens and teddy bears for sale, prices range from $2 to $15.

Legacy


JAPAN TRIP SAUSAGE SIZZLE FUNDRAISER

On Tuesday 23 August there will be a sausage sizzle during Year 11 and 12 Connect in the courtyard BBQ area to raise money for the upcoming Japan trip. Come along and enjoy a delicious lunch!

  • Sausage sandwich $2.50
  • Soft drink $1.50
  • Combo $3.50

LES MISÉRABLES

The Gungahlin College Theatre Company is excited to present the hit Broadway musical Les Misérables. A cast of sixty students and fourteen musicians will take you on an epic journey of love, revenge, inequality, patriotism and redemption.

Gungahlin College students and staff are very proud to invite all Canberra region residents to see the College’s third major musical production performed entirely by our students.

Les Mis

  • Dates: Tuesday 13 September–Saturday 17 September, 7:30pm
  • Location: Gungahlin College Theatre
  • BookingsStageCenta
  • Cost: Adults – $25, Student/Pensioner/Concession – $15, Family (2 Adults and 2 Concession) $70
  • Special dinner and show, Thursday 15 September: Book your show tickets through StageCenta and then book the three course French inspired dinner
  • Further Information: 61421000 or maria.stewart@ed.act.edu.au

CAREERS UPDATE

Careers update – 22 August 2016


IMPORTANT DATES WEEK 6

Monday 22 August

Talk by Dr Catalina Curceanu, 9.30–10.30am, Lecture Theatre

Wednesday 24 August

  • V Grade alerts sent to families.

IMPORTANT DATES WEEK 7

Monday 29–Friday 2 September

  • Disruption free week

Thursday 1 September

  • Year 12 AST preparation assembly, 2:30pm (Blended Learning)

Friday 2 September

  • Big Day In

What is on Week 5

2016 SCHOOL SATISFACTION SURVEYS

Parents and carers, school staff and students should have now received an email with a link and an access code to participate in these important surveys. If you have not received an email, please contact the front office by email or phone 61421000. The survey is voluntary and we hope you will participate. It won’t take much of your time and it will help us understand areas where we are doing a good job and areas for further development.


YEAR 11 STUDENTS – SUBJECT SELECTION 2017

Subject selections for Year 12, 2017 are now overdue. Please contact your Connect teacher urgently to finalise these.


UPCOMING DATES FOR AST STUDENTS

YEAR 12 AST PREPARATION ASSEMBLY – Thursday 1 September, 2:30pm (Blended Learning)

All Year 12 AST candidates are required to attend a pre-examination briefing during Blended Learning on Thursday in Week 7. This will reinforce all rules and requirements of participation in the AST the following week. There will also be a briefing detailing requirements of the Big Day In.

YEAR 12 BIG DAY IN – Friday 2 September, 8:30–4:00pm

All Year 12 Tertiary students intending to receive an ATAR will participate in workshops designed to prepare them for the AST. Further information will be provided closer to the date. A roll will be taken.

YEAR 11 AST TRIAL – Thursday 8 September and Friday 9 September

All Year 11 students who intend to sit the AST in order to obtain an ATAR are required to sit the practice AST examinations on these dates. Students will sit all three papers over the two days. Further information will be provided closer to the date.


LES MISÉRABLES

The Gungahlin College Theatre Company is excited to present the hit Broadway musical Les Misérables. A cast of sixty students and fourteen musicians will take you on an epic journey of love, revenge, inequality, patriotism and redemption.

Gungahlin College students and staff are very proud to invite all Canberra region residents to see the College’s third major musical production performed entirely by our students.

Les Mis

  • Dates: Tuesday 13 September–Saturday 17 September, 7:30pm
  • Location: Gungahlin College Theatre
  • BookingsStageCenta
  • Cost: Adults – $25, Student/Pensioner/Concession – $15, Family (2 Adults and 2 Concession) $70
  • Special dinner and show, Thursday 15 September: Book your show tickets through StageCenta and then book the three course French inspired dinner
  • Further Information: 61421000 or maria.stewart@ed.act.edu.au

IMPORTANT DATES WEEK 5

Wednesday 17 August

  • P&C Meeting, 7.30pm, Main Conference Room

IMPORTANT DATES WEEK 6

Tuesday 23–Friday 26 August

  • V Grade alerts sent to families.

What is on Week 4

MODERATION DAY

Thursday 11 August is a student-free day for our students to enable our teaching staff to take part in the system-wide moderation of Year 11 and 12 assessment.

To minimise timetable disruption, we will run our usual Thursday timetable on this coming Monday 8 August. All lines that would usually run on Thursday will take place at the same times on Monday.


PUBLIC EDUCATION AWARDS

Nominations are now open for the upcoming Public Education Awards. It is the centrepiece event that recognises and celebrates the achievements and outstanding work of our school staff. Anyone can nominate and I encourage you to show your support today. Nominations close COB Friday 12 August. 

Winners will be announced at an event at the National Gallery of Australia on Thursday 3 November. For more details please visit the Education Directorate website or call 6207 8225.


2016 SCHOOL SATISFACTION SURVEYS

In August, parents and carers, school staff and students will be asked to participate in these important surveys. The survey results will contribute to the school improvement process, which aims to achieve high standards in student learning, innovation and best practice in Canberra public schools.

The survey is voluntary and we hope you will want to participate. It won’t take much of your time and it will help us understand areas where we are doing a good job and areas for further development. An email about the parent survey will be sent to you next week. The key ACT results from the 2015 School Satisfaction Surveys have been published on the Education Directorate website and a summary of our school results is provided in our 2015 School Board Report.


YEAR 11 STUDENTS – SUBJECT SELECTION 2017

Year 11 students are encouraged to consider any package changes they would like to make in preparation for subject selection for next year which will take place in Week 4. Students should think about any possible new minors they might like to undertake in 2017.

Please begin discussing any changes you would like to make with your Connect teacher now. Online selections will be open from Tuesday 9 August via Connect teachers.


JAPAN TRIP SAUSAGE SIZZLE FUNDRAISER

On Tuesday 9 August there will be a sausage sizzle during Year 11 and 12 Connect in the courtyard BBQ area to raise money for the upcoming Japan trip. Come along and enjoy a delicious lunch!

  • Sausage sandwich $2.50
  • Soft drink $1.50
  • Combo $3.50

LES MISÉRABLES

The Gungahlin College Theatre Company is excited to present the hit Broadway musical Les Misérables. A cast of sixty students and fourteen musicians will take you on an epic journey of love, revenge, inequality, patriotism and redemption.

Gungahlin College students and staff are very proud to invite all Canberra region residents to see the College’s third major musical production performed entirely by our students.

Les Mis

  • Dates: Tuesday 13 September–Saturday 17 September, 7:30pm
  • Location: Gungahlin College Theatre
  • BookingsStageCenta
  • Cost: Adults – $25, Student/Pensioner/Concession – $15, Family (2 Adults and 2 Concession) $70
  • Special dinner and show, Thursday 15 September: Book your show tickets through StageCenta and then book the three course French inspired dinner
  • Further Information: 61421000 or maria.stewart@ed.act.edu.au

NEWS FROM AROUND THE COLLEGE

Around the College takes a look what has been happening in and around Gungahlin College. The current edition of Around the College includes stories on the ANU Titration Stakes and our recent Trivia Night along with Languages News and Sports News.

Titration


CAREERS UPDATE

Careers update – 8 August 2016


IMPORTANT DATES WEEK 4

Monday 8 August

  • Monday is Thursday’s timetable

Wednesday 10 August

  • Year 12 UAC briefing for T students, 8.30–9.30am, Theatre

Thursday 11 August

  • Moderation Day – NO CLASSES

IMPORTANT DATES WEEK 5

Wednesday 17 August

  • P&C Meeting, 7.30pm, Main Conference Room

 

Around the College

ANU TITRATION STAKES

Gungahlin College was represented by three teams of three in the Titration Stakes at ANU on Monday evening. These teams titrated against the best teams from the ACT in a test of skill and precision. Titration involves precisely neutrilising an acid with a base to find exact concentrations. All our teams performed well with our top team of Pengnan (Suzy) Wang, Hui (Jenny) Lin and Beth Dingwall finishing second overall with incredible accurate titrations. This team will be moving onto the national championship which will be held at the ANU in October.

Titration is a great way for students to improve their practical Chemistry skills and students have enjoyed ‘dropping the base’ throughout Term 2 in the Connect Enrichment Activity: Titration Club.

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GUNGAHLIN COLLEGE TRIVIA NIGHT A HUGE SUCCESS

The Gungahlin College Trivia Night on Friday was a huge success! Over 200 people attended and over $3000 was raised for our trip to Japan in September. Thank you to everybody who supported the night and to the students for their help in organising the night. There was a great atmosphere and everybody had a great time. Trivia master, Trudy Cheesman, led a fun filled evening filled of laughs and enjoyment. The majority of tables went home with a prize, either by going well in the trivia, winning the raffle or winning an activity.

Mel’s Belles proved Trivia supreme taking out first place.

Winning Team 2016

Thank you to our generous sponsors for donating goods and services to make all these great prizes possible.

Sponsor Thankyou

Thanks again for your support, you can follow our adventure to Japan on Facebook here: GC Japan Trip 2016


LANGUAGES NEWS

VIDEO CONFERENCING IS BUILDING CULTURAL AND LANGUAGE BRIDGES

Gungahlin College is always keen to develop sister school partnerships with schools around the world to enable our students to relate to and communicate across cultures and countries.

This year, GNGC has developed a sister school partnership with Hsin Tien Senior High School (HTSH) in Taiwan. The students from the two schools had their first contact through a video conference on Friday on 24 June. The video conference enabled 12 students from HTSH and 15 students from our school to chat in real time.

It was a wonderful opportunity for the students from both schools to learn about each other in a fun and interactive way. This is a very first step for more collaboration between the two schools to work together in a number of ways to provide a cultural experience for students. Students are excited to follow up with emails and an overseas excursion with the goal of meeting in person.

HARRISON JAPANESE CLASS VISIT

Harrison and Gungahlin students participated in a collaborative Japanese program on Monday 20 July. Nine Harrison students visited the college accompanied by Ms Sayoko Thompson to experience a taste of college life, e.g. having lunch in a Cafeteria and joining in activities with college students. This annual event supports a seamless transition for students and stronger relationships between teachers.

Harrison

LANGUAGE STUDENTS VISIT AMAROO SCHOOL

On 20 July, seven students Joshua Wilkinson, Rhiannon Cain, Loreley Mendez, Julia Binoya, Molly Tuy, Sabrina Lam and Sheena Kan visited Amaroo School and promoted the study of  Languages at Gungahlin College. These students proudly presented their experience of learning languages at Gungahlin College, such as their enjoyment for acquiring new skills, how language learning contributes to their English language development and the possibilities of gaining more job opportunities. It was pleasing to hear them confidently recommend to continue studying languages and emphasise that students at college are well-supported by their teachers. They were excellent ambassadors of the College and our languages faculty.

Amaroo

GOLD CREEK JAPANESE CLASS VISIT

Twenty-seven Year 9 and 10 Gold Creek Japanese students attended the annual collaboration session on Monday 30 May. Both high school and college students, accompanying Gold Creek teachers, Mr Chun and Ms Hillier participated in a variety of activities, such as quizzes, tongue twisters and dance. The winning team was Autumn team, they showed excellent team work coming back from bottom place. It was great to see both high school and college students working together with lots of laughs. We look forward to further collaborative events in the near future.

Gold creek visit

KOREAN CULTURAL DAY

Students studying Korean at Gungahlin College went on an excursion to the Embassy of the Republic of Korea on 26 May 2016. It was organised by the Korean Teachers Network and the Embassy of the Republic of Korea. Students studying Korean from four different schools in the ACT participated. The schools that took part were: Canberra Montessori School, Lake Tuggeranong College, Narrabundah College and Gungahlin College. It was a great opportunity for everyone to experience such a wonderful cultural event.

All schools conducted a short speech in Korean and there were also performances such as a traditional Korean fan dance, Salmul nori, (traditional Korean drumming), singing a K-pop song and K-pop dance. Korean food was provided by the Embassy and students thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Finally, a small gift was presented to all the students who attended the event. It was the third time that Gungahlin College students have participated in this event and we look forward to participating next year as well.

Fun day Photo_IMG_1179


SPORTS NEWS

ANYTIME FITNESS GUNGAHLIN MENTAL AND PHYSICAL HEALTH AWARD

On 1 July the inaugural Anytime Fitness Gungahlin Mental and Physical Health Awards were presented to Year 12 students Anita Zovak and Kate Veteri. The one month memberships at Anytime Fitness were presented to the girls by local MLA Ms Meegan Fitzharris and Christian Clark of Anytime Fitness Gungahlin. The award is designed to recognise the contribution that students have made towards the promotion of physical and mental health in the community. This is in line with Gungahlin College’s commitment to MindMatters, a national initiative for schools that aims to improve the mental health and wellbeing of young people.

Gungahlin College and Anytime Fitness are pleased to announce this partnership to improve the wellbeing of the young people in the community.

Anytime fitness

PIERRE DE COUBERTIN SPORTS AWARD

Gungahlin College would like to congratulate Chelsey Hamilton for receiving the Pierre de Coubertin Award. The Pierre de Coubertin Awards recognise secondary school students who demonstrate values which are consistent with the Olympic Movement through participation in sporting activities.

This prestigious award was presented to Chelsey by dual Olympian and gold medalist, Louise Dobson and dual Olympian, Shaun Creighton. Chelsey was a member of the Australian Judo team that competed in the Oceania Championships earlier in the year where she won a gold medal.

Chelsey

FUTSAL

We are very proud of the College Boys’ Futsal team, who won the ACT College Final. They convincingly beat Canberra College in the finals, winning 8 – 1. Earlier in Semester 1, they won the NSW Regional Championships at Penrith and the NSW Regional Championships at Campbelltown. The team qualified two open male teams into the NSW State Championships which were held in Penrith on Friday 29 July. This team has worked very hard, special recognition needs to be given to Grant Davoren, who gave up time to coach the team.

Futsal

ACT GOVERNMENT SPORT FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS

Recently two Gungahlin College students, Leteisha Whyte and Jacinta Dodd, were involved in focus group discussions with the ACT Minister for Sport, Yvette Berry and representatives from the ACT Government. Our students provided input into how the ACT Government could improve participation rates for women in sport and recreation. Gungahlin College was the only college to be involved with these discussions. The Minister was very impressed with the input of Gungahlin College students, and invited two student representatives to attend a Women’s Sport Forum, where our students met with other key stake holders and discussed participation and retention strategies.

2016 John Marsden & Hachette Australia Prize for Young Writers

Congratulations to Jordan Amos for being shortlisted in this year’s 2016 John Marsden & Hachette Australia Prize for Young Writers!

As one of the finalists, Express Media and Hachette Australia are giving Jordan the opportunity to participate in a Creative Writing Masterclass with James Phelan, as well as a meet and greet with John Marsden and Fiona Hazard!

The winner will be announced on September 1, at the Melbourne Writers Festival.  This is an amazing achievement, Jordan; all of Gungahlin College will be wishing you the best of luck come September!

For more information on the prize, click on the following link:

http://www.expressmedia.org.au/jmp/

What is on Week 3

YEAR 11 STUDENTS – SUBJECT SELECTION 2017

Year 11 students are encouraged to consider any package changes they would like to make in preparation for subject selection for next year which will take place in Week 4.

Please begin discussing any changes you would like to make with your Connect teacher now.


CANBERRA CAREERS XPO

The annual Canberra CareersXpo will be held on Wednesday 3 August from 9.30am–6.00pm and Thursday 4 August from 9.30am–2.00pm. The event provides valuable career opportunities to secondary students throughout the ACT and surrounding NSW schools network.

Gungahlin College expects that Year 12 and Year 10 students will attend the CareersXpo. Year 11 students may find a visit beneficial and parents are also welcome to attend.

This year we are giving students more flexibility in how and when they get to the venue at EPIC on Flemington Road. Students should attend in their personal learning time on either the Wednesday or Thursday or after college hours on Wednesday. Transport options are:

  1. Drive independently during personal learning time (ie double line E, F, G or C, after college on Wednesday)
  2. Catch an ACTION bus from Hibberson St to EPIC in personal learning time (bus number 200 leaves every 10 minutes and takes 16 minutes)
  3. Take the College bus which will leave from Warwick St on Wednesday at 9.30am, 11.30am and 2.50pm, and Thursday at 9.00am and 10.30am (will return in time for next class). Please get a permission note from your Connect teacher and return to Careers to book in. Numbers will be limited for each shuttle.

LES MISÉRABLES

The Gungahlin College Theatre Company is excited to present the hit Broadway musical Les Misérables. A cast of sixty students and fourteen musicians will take you on an epic journey of love, revenge, inequality, patriotism and redemption.

Gungahlin College students and staff are very proud to invite all Canberra region residents to see the College’s third major musical production performed entirely by our students.

Les Mis

  • Dates: Tuesday 13 September–Saturday 17 September, 7:30pm
  • Location: Gungahlin College Theatre
  • BookingsStageCenta
  • Cost: Adults – $25, Student/Pensioner/Concession – $15, Family (2 Adults and 2 Concession) $70
  • Special dinner and show, Thursday 15 September: Book your show tickets through StageCenta and then book the three course French inspired dinner
  • Further Information: 61421000 or maria.stewart@ed.act.edu.au

CAREERS UPDATE

Careers update – 1 August 2016


APPSENCE

All parents and carers who have responsibility over student absences at the College were sent an email in Term 2 with their usernames, passwords and documentation for Appsence, our smartphone app and web portal for parents to be notified of, and explain, student absences. If you have not received yours or have accidentally deleted it, please call us urgently on 6142 1000 and we can provide you with these details as well as instructions for obtaining and using the app.


IMPORTANT DATES WEEK 3

Tuesday 2 August

  • Year 12 course awards assembly, 12.20–1.00pm, Gymnasium
  • Year 11 course awards assembly, 1.00–1.40pm, Gymnasium

Wednesday 3 August

  • Canberra CareersXpo, 9.30am–6.00pm, Exhibition Park in Canberra

Thursday 4 August

  • Canberra CareersXpo, 9.30am–2.00pm, Exhibition Park in Canberra
  • Year 11 2017 Course selection interviews, 2.30–6.30pm

IMPORTANT DATES WEEK 4

Wednesday 10 August

  • Year 12 UAC briefing for T students, 8.30–9.30am, Theatre

Thursday 11 August

  • Moderation Day – NO CLASSES

What is on Week 2

The Gungahlin College community welcomes its new principal, Heather Paterson. Heather joins us after being Principal at Campbell High School for the last five years. She looks forward to meeting everyone over the coming weeks.

Special thanks to John Alston-Campbell for his stewardship of the College, as Acting Principal, in Semester 1.


CANBERRA CAREERS XPO

The annual Canberra CareersXpo will be held on Wednesday 3 August from 9.30am–6.00pm and Thursday 4 August from 9.30am–2.00pm. The event provides valuable career opportunities to secondary students throughout the ACT and surrounding NSW schools network.

Gungahlin College expects that Year 12 and Year 10 students will attend the CareersXpo. Year 11 students may find a visit beneficial and parents are also welcome to attend.

This year we are giving students more flexibility in how and when they get to the venue at EPIC on Flemington Road. Students should attend in their personal learning time on either the Wednesday or Thursday or after college hours on Wednesday. Transport options are:

  1. Drive independently during personal learning time ( ie double line E, F, G or C, after college on Wednesday)
  2. Catch an ACTION bus from Hibberson St to EPIC in personal learning time (bus number 200 leaves every 10 minutes and takes 16 minutes)
  3. Take the College bus which will leave from Warwick St on Wednesday at 9.30am, 11.30am and 2.50pm, and Thursday at 9.00am and 10.30am (will return in time for next class). Please get a permission note from your Connect teacher and return to Careers to book in. Numbers will be limited for each shuttle.

JAPAN TRIP SAUSAGE SIZZLE FUNDRAISER 

On Tuesday 26 July there will be a sausage sizzle during Year 11 and 12 Connect in the courtyard BBQ area to raise money for the upcoming Japan trip. Come along and enjoy a delicious lunch!

  • Sausage sandwich $2.50
  • Soft drink $1.50
  • Combo $3.50

JAPAN TRIP TRIVIA NIGHT FUNDRAISER

Do you have more knowledge then Wikipedia? Are you a master of Trivia?

Then you are in luck because on Friday 29 July (Week 2, Term 3), Gungahlin College students will host a Trivia Night from 6.30–9.30pm as a Japan Trip fundraiser.

The event is open to students, parents and the wider community. Tickets are $10 per person with over $500 of prizes on offer. Food will also be available to pre purchase and a cash bar will be operating on the night. All proceeds will go towards supporting students on the Japan trip in September this year.

Get your team together (eight or less) and register today! Once you have put your team together could Team Captains please register on EventBrite here: Japan Trip Trivia Fundraiser

If there are any questions please contact Fred Hayes by email: Frederick.hayes@ed.act.edu.au


REMEMBRANCE DAY

To commemorate Remembrance Day in November, I would like to create a poppy garden in the grounds of the College. Using the Chelsea Flower show as inspiration, I have sourced different patterns to knit, crochet and sew poppies to transform the school Domain into a sea of red. The Gungahlin Library Knitting Group and several other community groups have kindly assisted with this project but I would like to ask for assistance from the College community as well. The patterns are very simple.

If you would like to be involved, please email me and I can supply the appropriate patterns.


GUNGAHLIN COLLEGE ENTERTAINMENT BOOK FUNDRAISING

Experience what Canberra has to offer and support our fundraising efforts by purchasing the NEW 2016 | 2017 Entertainment Membership.


IMPORTANT DATES WEEK 2

Tuesday 26 July

  • Year 11 2017 Course Information Night, 6.00–8.00pm

Friday 29 July

  • Japan Trip Trivia Night, 6.30pm

IMPORTANT DATES WEEK 3

Tuesday 2 August

  • Year 12 course awards assembly, 12.20–1.00pm, Gymnasium
  • Year 11 course awards assembly, 1.00–1.40pm, Gymnasium

Wednesday 3 August

  • Canberra CareersXpo, 9.30am–6.00pm, Exhibition Park in Canberra

Thursday 4 August

  • Canberra CareersXpo, 9.30am–2.00pm, Exhibition Park in Canberra
  • Year 11 2017 Course selection interviews, 2.30–6.30pm