Families with students in Yr 5 - 9 are strongly encouraged to provide their own notebook computer for use at school and home. This is particularly valuable for senior students to continue to work on major assessments, learning tasks and complete homework tasks.
We’ve assembled an awesome collection of Australia’s Hip Hop artists & DJs to teach you all the tricks of the trade to kick-start you into the music biz. You’ll learn how to mix beats, and DJ sessions in a hands-on music program for students from Year 7 - 9.
The last day of Term 2 (Friday 28 June) will be a Casual Dress "Crazy Sock" Day for Foundation - Year 4 students, and a Casual Dress Day for Year 5 - Year 9. Students must provide a gold coin donation to attend out of uniform, with proceeds going to Australian Cancer Research.
The Big Science Competition is an easy way to challenge students from years 7 to 10 and track their performance against state or national averages.It’s a multiple choice test of critical-thinking & problem-solving skills, not just factual recall. Click here to register and find out more.
An Elective Showcase will be held on Thursday 1 August for students in Year 8 to choose their 2020 Year 9 Elective Classes.2019 Elective Class information is currently on the College website, found under the Curriculum tab.Information will be updated soon.
Kidsoft is an app in an exciting phase of development that will allow parents to make or change Osh Club bookings, send messages and contact Customer Service and billing directly. The app is available through the App Store or Google Play store for free download.Click here for User Guide
As part of our enrichment program for Mathematics we are offering students from Years 3 to 9 the opportunity to participate in the Australian Mathematics Competition (AMC).
Carranballac P-9 College offers an extensive sports program, including Summer and Winter competition sports. Students participate in scheduled training sessions as an extra curricular activity and compete with students from various local schools.
The internet provides many valuable and engaging opportunities, it can also enable exposure to offensive & illegal online material. You can reduce the chance of exposure by implementing online safeguards and parental controls. https://www.esafety.gov.au/education-resources/iparent/online-safeguards
The wearing of the school uniform is compulsory and sensible clothing is expected at all times. The uniform shop is open on a regular basis. Hats are compulsory in the warmer months. “Hats on” policy in Terms 1 and 4 – otherwise children must stay in the shade.Click here for more information
Earlier this year the senior and junior rock bands were involved in song writing sessions with local songwriter, musician and producer Luke Yeoward. The result is four songs that are now available to you via our school newsletter and website for free download.
Carranballac P-9 College's Breakfast Club is back for 2019! Open from 8am - 8:30am each Tuesday and Thursday mornings, students are invited to visit the Food Tech room for a bowl of cereal or piece of toast and a Milo.
Ensuring that your child arrives at School safely and on time is of genuine importance. When dropping off, and picking up your children please obey all speed and parking signs. Double-parking and illegal u-turns are dangerous and put families at unnecessary risk.
With an aim to provide the opportunity for all students to have access to IT devices, our ICT Support and Development Manager, Henry Szkuta, and his Team have been working to provide a list of appropriate but affordable BYOD devices for families in Year 5 - 9.
Anzac Ceremonies will be held on Wednesday 24 April.Jamieson Way students 11:05am at the school flag pole. Boardwalk students at 12pm in the school gym. A minute silence will be held, along with the Last Post and Revielle. Parents are welcome to attend.
Since the challenge first began in 2005, over 2.8 million students have read nearly 48 million books. Literacy and numeracy skills lay the foundation for success in learning and in life. The challenge is a practical and fun way for children & students from birth to year 10 to build these life skills.
Held on Thursday 28 March Carranballac P-9 College hosted an Evening for families and students in Year 4 - 6 seeking information on the transition pathway for students and families from Primary to Secondary at Carranballac P-9 College.
Congratulations on another outstanding year of student work. Click READ MORE to browse through a brilliant collection of student work created by students across the College in 2018.
CONGRATULATIONS to the 2018 Yr 6 students, teachers, staff, & families for winning the National Wakakirri Reconcilation Story Award, given to the story that increases respect & strengthens relationships between the wider Australian, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders.To view the awards click here