Staff can access a variety of useful resources using the links on this page.
Sale College will be holding an Arts Festival Evening on Friday August 18th, from 4pm to 9pm in the Sale Memorial Hall. There will be Drama and Music Performances as well as displays of Visual Art. Come along and join with us in celebrating all things Arts at Sale College.
The Sale College Library has recently subscribed to Wheelers books for online access to audio books and a limited selection of eBooks. To sign in, students need their student code. The password is Library1. Use the link below to go to the website:
You can also choose to download the app from the App Store or Google Play.
Respectful Relationships is a core component of the new Victorian Curriculum. Sale College has been selected as a Lead School to help deliver on this part of the new curriculum. We will be auditing our curriculum and well-being programs and working hard to make sure we define appropriate behaviours that guarantee gender equality for all in our community. Useful links to resources for use in the classroom like the one below can be found on the Respectful Relationships page.
This website includes a video of Line ambassador Luke Ablett talking about equal, respectful relationships and what it is to be a good man. There are many more links to videos & resources you could use in the classroom on the Respectful Relationships page.
Recruitment online - check for DET teacher vacancies
Requirements for teacher registration - details what you need for registration
Victorian Education Dept Regions - contains contact details for all regional offices. Sale College is part of the South Eastern Victoria Region.
Dept of Education Teacher Page - useful information for all teachers
Sale College Staff get into the House Spirit by dressing in House Colours at the Annual House Swimming Carnival.
The Victorian Curriculum F-10 - detailed breakdown of what's covered by the F-10
Cyber Teach Toolkit - DET classroom resources for teaching safe and Responsible Use of Digital Technologies
Microsoft Work at Home Software for teachers - software that teacher's can access from home
The following links are Campus specific for students to access online testing:
To publicise the great things we do at Sale College we need your help. Please ensure you put copies of photos of all College related activities into the 2017 Magazine folder.
The term "Magazine Folder" is a historical term. This is the common folder where all Sale College photos for the current year are housed. These photos are used for a variety of publicity purposes including the Buzz, the Sale College Website, the Gippsland Times, the End of Year Awards Presentation and the Annual College Magazine.
The 2017 Magazine folder is located in the Official Publicity Folder in the Staff Shared folder.The Staff Shared folder can be found on Scollege.
Started in 2008 this wikispace is truly a blast from the past! It still has lots of resources on it for teachers that are useful such as the Literacy Toolbox page containing some great support material for teaching literacy across the curriculum.
When you click the link below, if you are not already a member of Wikispaces, you can request to join. By joining you can access all the resources on the Sale College wikispace. If you don't want to join the Sale College wikispace then why not create your very own wikispace for use with your class instead?
To get the app on your mobile Apple or Android device, download Tiqbiz from the App Store on your smart phone, ipad or tablet.
Tiqbiz is easy to use! For instructions on how to download and use the Tiqbiz app on your device, click here.
Sale College Library Catalogue - Search the Sale College Library Catalogue
Wellington Shire Library Catalogue - Search Wellington Shire Library Catalogue
Edumail - Check your edumail online
Netspace mail - Check your Sale College Netspace Mail