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Principal's Messages

Structured Workplace Learning

Structured Workplace Learning (SWL) is on-the-job training that allows students to develop their work skills and understand employer expectations. SWL is available to Lilydale Heights College students undertaking a VET program as part of their VCE or VCAL studies.

Principal's Welcome - January 2018

I would like to welcome everyone from the school community to the 2018 school year. I trust that everyone had a safe and restful summer break and are ready for the upcoming year.

Principal's Report - December 2017

Another year has very quickly come and gone. It is difficult to believe that this is the final newsletter for the 2017 school year. It has been a very busy year and December has been no exception. While the College is busy preparing for the 2018 school year, many programs and activities have continued to be prepared and delivered to students still at the College.

Principal's Report - November 2017

The business end of the year is upon us with final assessments and examinations being completed by students in many levels across the College.

Principal's Report - October 2017

Welcome back to Term 4 everyone. The weather is warming and the festive season will be upon us shortly. The College continues to work at full pace and planning for 2018 is well underway.

The History of Lilydale Heights College - The Official Display Opening

by Rosina Fotia, Principal Mike Waddell, Year 11 Personal Development VCAL teacher and his wonderful group of students have fished through old archives to create a display which outlines the History of Lilydale Heights College from 1970 to the present. The official display opening was attended by past staff and students. The display is open to the public and is located outside the Lilydale Regional Library through until Sunday October 29th The College would like to acknowledge the support of the following associations: OELLEN, The Mustard Tree, Box Hill Institute.

Principal's Report - September 2017

Another term has ended, the days are longer and the weather is warmer (slightly). Lilydale Heights College continues to be an active learning environment where learning and extra curricular opportunities continue to be presented to students by highly committed staff.

Principal's Report - August 2017

The recent Curriculum Day saw teachers refining Semester 2 unit plans and embedding writing-to-learn strategies in the curriculum as part of the College’s literacy plan. These strategies are highly effective in improving students’ subject knowledge as well as their writing skills.

Principal's Report - July 2017

Welcome back to Term 3. I trust everyone had a warm winter break. The school term has started well and students are now well engaged in their classes as we move into the second half of the school year.

Principal's Report - June 2017

Clearly this has been a very busy Term at the College. I would like to take this opportunity to thank staff for their tireless work and wish all members of our College community a safe and warm winter break.

Principal's Report - May 2017

The month of May has proven to be a very busy period for staff and students at Lilydale Heights College. The classrooms remain a hive of activity and this has been supplemented by the various extra curricular programs on offer to students throughout the College.

Principal's Report - March 2017

Hello from China once again. I am currently part way through a visit to China, travelling with the Department of Education. The tour has taken us to many cities in central and eastern China including Xi’an, Beijing and Shanghai. This has been a wonderful opportunity for Lilydale Heights College to be represented on an international stage and for the benefits of the Victorian Education System to be shared across the world.

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