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On Monday 13th May, the Senior class visited the Heidelberg and Preston Campuses of Melbourne Polytechnic. Starting the tour was a visit of the Heidelberg Campus, specialising in the areas of Electrical, Facbrication, Plumbing and Carpentry.
On Friday 10th of May, three teams made their way to Morwell for the Gippsland volleyball finals. The intermediate boys were against some well trained teams to lose all three of their games. The intermediate girls took a bit to warm up in their first game going down in the first set to Lakes Entrance SC.
Tuesday 30th April was a perfect day for football. The junior, intermediate and senior girls all travelled to Leongatha to have a kick. The junior girls won two and lost two for the day.
On the 29th April and the 2nd May, the Senior VCAL class and the first of two Year 11 VCAL classes, with thanks to Karena Kerr from LLEN, took part in the Watersure OHS Training.
On Thursday 2nd May 86 students from WSC made the trip to Newborough for the South Gippsland Athletics.
There was a high quality of competition and Wonthaggi had a successful day, with 19 students placing 1st in their events and a total of 42 students receiving a top 3 result.
The weather was great and students were even better! We travelled to Sale to show case our swimming talents with a team of over 25 students. Everyone gave it their best and should be proud of their efforts to progress this far.
Melbourne Gun Club hosted the Yarra Valley Clay Target school shoot on Thursday the 2nd March. Wonthaggi was well represented with 13 students participating from Year 8 to Year 12.
Wednesday 27th March was a glorious day for Wonthaggi school athletics. With the 1500m event kicking off the day, a number of students recorded some very impressive times, Jack Opitz – 5min 4 sec, Baia Pugh – 5min 10sec.
On the 4th, 5th and 6th of March, a record-breaking number of Year 7 students from Wonthaggi Secondary College’s Dudley campus attended their annual Year 7 camp at the Phillip Island Adventure Resort. We departed from school at 9.30am on a sunny Monday morning, prepared for all weather and ready for a fun-filled three days on camp.
As part of the STEM Sisters initiative, some year 10 girls from WSC are working in collaboration with Phillip Island Nature Park on seal research. The research task known as the “Seal Spotters” project, requires the girls to analyse drone images to find relationships between the number of adults and pups.
Every year, new Australian book for youth are judged in several categories for their literary merit and suitability for junior students. Prizes to the authors are awarded in several categories. Wonthaggi Secondary College Dudley Campus promotes awareness of these award winning books by making special presentations in the library during English classes and inviting students to read these books.
Last thursday, our year 7 students were able to experience an entire day celebrating indigenous culture through various activities throughout the day.