News & Events


Good Friday Appeal @ Athletics Carnival

Athletics Carnival next Friday 31st March. Don’t forget the BBQ menu available, all proceeds support the Good Friday Appeal. Bacon and egg rolls (opt. with cheese) $4.00 (available until 11am) Sausage in bread (opt. with onion) $2.00 Hamburgers with cheese and lettuce $4.00 Vegetarian burgers $4.00 Hotdogs $3.00 Dim Sims $1.00 each or 3 for $2.50 Cans of soft drink or bottled water $2.00 Meal Deal- Hamburger and Drink $5.50…

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Booking now open for Parent -Teacher interviews

Interim Reports are now available on Compass. Parent Teacher Interviews will be held on Thursday 30th March from 4pm until 8pm in the Senior School building. Book your place through Compass (desktop version only) Please note teachers Sue Herbert and Janine Lawrance will not be available for interviews.

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National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence

Over 20 VCAL students from Years 9 and 10 are hosting the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence today, ahead of the Australia-wide movement tomorrow.

Guest speakers from My Place and Headspace will facilitate the student open discussions needed to inform and take action.

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School Council 2016

School Council Elections and Call for Nominations

An election is to be conducted for members of the School Council of Pakenham Secondary College. Nomination forms may be obtained by contacting the School and asking for Jackie Stewart. They must be lodged by 4.00 pm on Monday, February 20, 2017. The ballot will close at 4.00 pm on Monday, March 6, 2017. Following the closing of nominations a list of the nominations received will be posted at the…

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Chess is back

Come along and have a go. Join over 30 students across all year levels learning the sport of Chess. The Chess Club plays at lunchtimes in the Year 7 Centre. All new players welcome. Pictured: Players Maryam, Arezo and Matthew.  

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Martial Arts Training

Now in its third year, Martial Arts trainer Craig Cole, coaches a nominated group of College students through an 8-week program. The benefits of learning martial arts are widely accepted: it’s not about moves learned but about its amazing ability to bring us “into the moment,” helping us to see clearly the things that really matter. It’s not about some ancient mystic secret, but rather about a physical activity that engages the…

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