VET Hospitality - Legacy High Tea

This week our Hospitality students hosted over fifty people at a High Tea to launch the 90th anniversary celebrations of the Ararat Legacy Club. A big congratulations to Ms Kim McAdie and all of the Hospitality students for organising and running such a wonderful event with fantastic food. Thank you to Ararat Legacy for providing us with the opportunity to be a part of their 90th Anniversary Celebrations. Students involved in AC News also attended, and gave a presentation about the fantastic work they’ve been doing.

Holocaust Museum

Last Thursday the year 10 students took a trip to the Holocaust Museum in Melbourne. We had a long bus ride but soon arrived. The outside of the building was one of both magnificence and bewilderment. There were four pillars all with art work on them lower down, but higher up was the real truth. On the first pillar there were arms outstretched as if asking for help. On the second pillar there was barbed wire. On the third was the Star of David. On the fourth, books, something that was taken away from the victims - along with their freedom and their education. As we entered it was a very quiet place that demanded respect. We went into an auditorium where we watched a film outlining

Spin Chat

Our Year 10 students commenced the AWARE (based on the PARTY Program research) for 2019 with a visit from Robbie Peime from Spinchat. Robbie presented to students on his lived experience with a spinal cord injury. Spin Chat is an initiative of Independence Australia and aims to promote prevention and educate secondary school students about spinal cord injury. Robbie stated to the students that “My life changed forever when I was 17, I was involved in a head-on collision between a car and the motorbike I was riding. I was airlifted to hospital in a critical condition”. His presentation was an amazingly honest and candid account of the lived experiences. He faced his difficulties within his l

Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Musical

It’s getting close! There is lots happening, students are putting in an amazing effort, the sets and props are looking fabulous - don’t miss your chance to support the school in its endeavours by attending the school play! 6:30pm, 8th and 9th August, tickets available at the front office and at the door!

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