Dress as a Pirate Day
Friday 2nd June
As a fundraiser for our Secondary students’ musical performance of The Pirates of Penzance, all students are invited to dress up as a Pirate on Friday 2nd June.
Thursday 25th May
The day will begin at 1:00 pm with a musical concert featuring Primary and Secondary students, then from 1:45 to 3:00pm Primary and Secondary classes will be open for you to see.
Parents & Grandparent Workshop
Thursday 1st June at 2:15 in Room 13
Parents Guide to Safe Social Media Use
We will discuss how technology can be used effectively and safely. We will also look at how we can educate our children to be aware of online dangers and protect themselves. There will be lost of practical strategies and ideas shared.Please register by phoning 8266 5122.
School Performance Report for 2016 posted May 11, 2017
Read or download a copy of the latest School Performance Report which provides a snapshot of 2016 in a diverse range of indicators including attendance, achievement in literacy, numeracy and the SACE, student retention, post-school destination, school income and staff, student and parent satisfaction.
Download the School Performance Report 2016 (PDF)
Parents Guide to the Internet posted April 7, 2017
As a follow up to the Parents Information Session of 16 March, James Jolly has provided a link to a short YouTube presentation entitled Parents Guide to the Internet here and a link to a pdf of helpful points here. Our next Parent Information Session on e-Safety will focus on education and supervision strategies, including tips for helping children manage their decisions online and some websites and resources that can help you manage it in your home.
Bushfire Risk Contingency Arrangements posted December 12, 2016
Heritage College will follow the advice and guidelines outlined in the State Government’s policy on bushfire protection, as well as advice received from the Association of Independent Schools (AISSA) and instructions from the CFS to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff who live in or travel through high risk bushfire areas.