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The Heights - College Newsletter

The Heights, Lilydale Heights College Newsletter, is published each month and aims to collect important posts from our website, community notices and advertisements in downloadable files. We ask that all parents read our website or/and newsletter to stay updated with all the school news.

Principal's Report - June '20

The focus of learning during this month has been on reengagement of students back to face to face learning.

Layered Paper Compositions - June '20

Photogallery of Middle School layered paper compositions

Leaf Monoprinting - June '20

Photo gallery of Middle School leaf monoprinting

Silhouette Painting - June '20

Photo gallery of Middle School silhouette painting

Pinhole Photography - June '20

Photo gallery of Year 7 Pinhole Photography

Year 7 Science - June '20

In Year 7 Science, students learned about the many different machines that have been developed through the centuries that make less work for us. This week students have been challenged to create a Rube Goldberg Machine.

Year 7 Foods - June '20

Year 7's recently made apple turnovers and are doing so well since they have been back at school.

Middle School Japanese - June '20

Well done to the Middle School Japanese class who did a fantastic job of their learning this term. Students studied about people/fashion and houses in Japan. The quality of their CAT submissions was fantastic. Keep up the great work in Semester 2 everyone!

Sustainable Campfire Cooking Experience

Well done to the students for their excellent behaviour, respect and application during our cooking on the campfire activity held on Monday 22nd June. It is always our passion to complete as many activities as we can in the outdoors, so we organised the cooking of jaffles, spiced apples and obviously marshmallows with a camp fire.

Year 8 Science - Investigating Body Systems

Our Year 8 Science classes have been working on some studies investigating our body systems.

Sports Report - June '20

During Remote Learning, a daily Sports Quiz was held on the Daily News, with a variety of questions over seven weeks.