CONGRATULATIONS to the 2018 Yr 6 students, teachers, staff, & families for winning the National Wakakirri Reconcilation Story Award, given to the story that increases respect & strengthens relationships between the wider Australian, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders.To view the awards click here
Year 8 Carranballac students are offered the opportunity to travel on an exchange program to South Year. During this international exchange, students learn about Korean culture, food, and national identity.
Conferences for all Secondary Teachers & Specialist Teachers, will begin at 1:30pm. Primary Years Classroom Teacher and Specialist Teacher SLC’s will begin at 3:30pm.All Secondary Students will finish school at 12:35pm on Thursday Oct 18. Primary students will finish at 3pm.
Our Year 6 students at Boardwalk recently shone during the Wakakirri State Finals and were awarded with Performance and State Awards. We would greatly appreciate your support, in voting for Carranballac as the People's Choice.
We are very pleased to welcome you to our new website! Through the hard work and dedication of our website provider, Sponsor-ed we are thrilled at the new coat paint!
Scouts Victoria and Carranballac P-9 College are seeking support from our community. A joint-use facility is currently being built on the Boardwalk School and will benefit the young members of the Point Cook 1st Scout Group, and Carranballac P-9 College students.
Carranballac P-9 College's Breakfast Club is back for 2018! Open from 8am - 8:30am each Tuesday and Thursday mornings, students are invited to visit the Food Tech room for a bowl of cereal or piece of toast and a Milo.
Following the successful grant application of $200,000 to the Victorian State Government’s Inclusive Schools Fund, works have begun at the Carranballac P-9 College Boardwalk Campus for an interactive sensory garden.
Ensuring that your child arrives at School safely and on time is of genuine importance. When dropping off, and picking up your children please obey all speed and parking signs. Double-parking and illegal u-turns are dangerous and put families at unnecessary risk.
Students from Boardwalk School have recently undertaken an education tour of the national capital. Year 6 were given the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational programs with a focus on Australia’s history, culture, heritage and democracy.
The Carranballac Cafe is open in the Food Tech room for Parents and Carers every Friday afternoons Jamieson Way from 2:15-3:15pm Boardwalk Assembly from 2pm - 3pm
Congratulations to our Year 6 Boardwalk students, their teachers and families on an incredible placing as State Finalists for the Wakakirri Performing Arts event for Australian Schools.
We are asking our Carranballac community to be aware of a number of major road projects being undertaken from mid-July until the end of 2021.
Monday July 30 marks Foundation students 100th day of school. Students are encouraged to dress up on this day as a ‘100th Day Hero’ wearing a superhero cape with 100 things on it.
It has come to our attention that some students in the school may have head lice and we seek your cooperation in checking your child’s hair this week.
Before and After School Care enrolment is essential and can be done online at www.oshclub.com.au Both Boardwalk and Jamieson Way schools will have before and after school care. The holiday program will be held at Jamieson Way School. Children are to bring their own hats each day of care.
With an aim to provide the opportunity for all Middle Years students to have access to IT laptops and other IT devices, our ICT Support and Development Manager, Henry Szkuta, and his Team have been working to provide a list of appropriate but affordable devices...