Parents will find a range of useful information on this page including booking parent/teacher interviews, booklists, absence, uniform, as well policies and forms you can download.
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.
To book your interviews, please go to www.schoolinterviews.com.au and put in the code for the current round of parent/teacher interviews. The correct code will be provided in the school newsletter, the Buzz, prior to the next round of interviews taking place.
If you have any concerns or trouble accessing this site, please call the front office of either Campus.
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.
Please find below the 2017 stationery requirements for each year level.
Both new and existing eligible families will need to apply/reapply for the Camps, Sport and Excursion Fund for this year. Forms can be collected from the front office at either campus.
The conveyance allowance is a form of financial assistance to help families in rural and regional Victoria with the cost of transporting their children to their nearest appropriate school/campus. The conveyance allowance is available to eligible students travelling by public transport, private car and private bus. The conveyance allowance is also available to eligible students whose nearest school is not serviced by a free school bus.
Parents are reminded that we now have a dedicated phone line and email address for student absences. Please ring 51431901 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before 8.30am. Leave your student's name, date of absence and the reason for the absence. A note must also be sent with your child on their return to school.
The Information Communications Technology (ICT) Policy which sets out the guidelines for use of ICT at Sale College, is available from the Guthridge or Macalister Campus front office on request. Other Sale College Policies are available from the front office upon request.
The Victorian DET (Department of Education and Training) have produced a booklet called The 201 Literacy and Maths Tips which provides handy hints and ways you can help your child develop literacy and maths skills. It provides practical activities for you do with your child at home and questions you can ask your child to help them learn.
The Department of Education and Training Victoria has produced a free App called SchoolMate that provides a wealth of information for parents about what the curriculum covers at each year level from Foundation to Year 10 and suggests activities and reading that you can do at home to support your child's learning.