Students can access their school email, printing balance and reset their internet password using links on this page. Important notices for students about exam timetables, overseas study tours, coming events etc will appear under Student Notices.
A copy of the practice Unit 3/4 exam timetable (13th - 16th October) can be downloaded here.
You need to adhere to exam rules: no bags, phones, smartwatches or fitness trackers allowed. No pencil cases either (you can use a clear one or ziplock bag) and only clear water bottles allowed (these must be placed on the floor – not on your desk).
All students completing a Unit 3/4 subject will be completing the GAT on Wednesday 7th October.
Click here to find further information about completing the GAT on the VCAA website.
VCAA have released the 2020 VCE Exam Navigator. This should be read by all students completing a Unit 3/4 subject. The Navigator contains information regarding the rules for exams, materials allowed into exam centres and the exam timetable. This year it also contains information about the GAT. You can access the navigator on the VCAA website here.
A range of revision lectures have been made available to students for a number of classes (English, English Language, Business Management, Legal Studies, HHD, P.E, Further Maths, Maths Methods and Specialist Maths, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Psychology, Food Studies, Studio Art and Vis Comm.)
Please click here or on the image link below to watch the video on Youtube. It contains important information about the return to school in Term 4.
See some of the staff silly sock pics below that staff have sent in for Silly Sock Day. Students can send their silly socks pics to their pastoral care teacher through the pastoral care learning task.
If your child needs to be on site at Sale College in Term 3 please download the Request for on site attendance form (Term 3 Rural and Regional Victoria).
You will need to fill it in and and either email the completed form to Sale College: firstname.lastname@example.org or have your child bring it with them when they attend.
Please note you need to complete this process weekly to ensure adequate staffing onsite.
The letter explains the changed conditions for schools following the Victorian State Government Announcement made on Sunday August 2nd, regarding new restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of Covid 19 in Victoria.
Please download and read this letter which gives you more detail about the new rules pertaining to face masks.
The following links regarding updated restrictions & masks may also be useful for your own information:
For further information specific to Sale College see the latest video on Sale College Facebook Page.
We now have a new page on the website with dedicated information to support parents and students with Remote Learning.
During the current time of uncertainty, the Sale College student wellbeing team would like to provide all students, parents and carers with an easy option to access wellbeing support. If you would like to access a member of the student wellbeing team for a chat, with a concern, to access support services or just to ask a question, please click on the following link: https://studentwellbeing.freshdesk.com/support/ home
We would also like to take this opportunity to remind all members of the Sale College community who our student wellbeing team members are:
Loretta Bates, Social Worker/Inclusion Team Leader
Days of Work: Monday to Friday
Nathan Finlay, Wellbeing, Support and Inclusion
Days of work: Monday to Friday
Russell Ferguson, Chaplain
Days of work: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Stephanie Pougioukas, Mental Health Practiitioner
Days of Work: Monday, Tuesday, Friday & alternate Thursday's
The Department of Education and Training is pleased to confirm that the DiSS model now includes delivery of services via telehealth when remote service provision is required. This allows for continuity of service while physical distancing and remote and flexible learning arrangements are in place due to Coronavirus (COVID-19).
If you would like an appointment with our school doctor they will be available on Tuesday mornings to deliver this telephone medical service.
For appointments call or text:
0437 513 410
Sale Colllege is fortunate to have a doctor available every Tuesday at Sale College as part of the Victorian Government funded Doctors in Secondary Schools initiative.
Students can make an appointment to see a doctor at the Guthridge Campus between 9am and 10.15am or at the Macalister Campus between 10.30am and 12.30pm.
To make an appointment you need to:
Call or text 0437 513 410
Breakfast Club is held on the Guthridge Campus in the Food tech rooms from 8.30am every morning
All students should download and read the policy to ensure they comply with its contents. You can read more about the new Mobile Phone Policy for Victorian Government Schools here.
Please find below the links to download the 2020 stationery requirements for each year level.
Get your study times organised for your assessment tasks in 2020 by downloading a schedule of dates for tasks throughout this year.
Read the VCE SAC Policy so you are familiar with the rules
When the sun's so hot you have to squint your eyes just to to see - you know it's time to put on your bucket hat!
Every Sale College student now has a new sun hat that can help protect them from the harsh UV rays that are so prevalent at this time of year in our part of the world.
Try to check the UV index on the SunSmart widget below each day to see the UV forecast and wear your hat!
The UV Index measures UV levels on a scale from 0 (Low) to 11+ (Extreme). Sun protection is recommended when UV levels are 3 (Moderate) or higher.
Students are encouraged to practice sun smart behaviours at school and wear hats when outside, use shade and apply SPF 50+ sunscreen. Sunscreen is provided at school in the front office, staffrooms and year level offices. Students should read the school SunSmart policy (link below) to find out more.
At Sale College participation in the many areas of school life is encouraged and valued and these activities are embedded in the life of the school. The purpose of the Awards system is to recognise students for their commitment, involvement and excellence to the school in the following areas: Academic, Sports, Civics and Citizenship and the Arts.
See the Sports Page for information about how points are awarded towards a Sport Merit Badge.
You can download the Sale College Awards System document to learn more about how to earn points towards a merit badge.
Facebook Privacy: 10 Settings Every User Needs to Know.
You can find out important dates for college events throughout the year by viewing our Compass calendar.
You can download a copy of the handbook from the link below.Year 9 Handbook
The Sale College Library has 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. Find out more by going to the new Respectful Relationships page.
Many great resources likeThe Line website are linked to the Respectful Relationships page. This website is for young people. It is about relationships, gender, sex, bystander action, technology and communication.
The following links are Campus specific for students to access online testing:
VCE students can download the VCE SAC (School Assessed Coursework) Policy by clicking here.
Sale College Library Catalogue - Search the Sale College Library Catalogue
Wellington Shire Library Catalogue - Search Wellington Shire Library Catalogue
Echo logon details:
Victorian Education Channel - FUSE
Telephone (03) 5144 3711 (Guthridge Campus)
Telephone (03) 5144 1711 (Macalister Campus)
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