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Noble Park Secondary College

Newsletter

May 2018 (Week 3 - Term 2) Issue 3

From the Principal Welcome to Term 2 The following major events will be happening this term: • NAPLAN (for Year 7 and Year 9 students) – Tuesday 15th May to Thursday 17th May (families will receive further information shortly) • Year 10 Work Experience – Monday 14th May to Friday 18th May • Practice GAT – (Students completing Unit 3/4) 10am to 1.15pm – Tuesday 29th May • VCAA GAT – (Students completing Unit 3/4) 10am to 1.15pm – Wednesday 13th June • Student free day – Tuesday 19th June • End of Term 2 – Friday 29th June (2-30 finish) Facilities Upgrade We are looking forward to moving into the Intermediate Hub/Middle C Block in the week starting Monday 14th May. Not all sections have been completed, but we will be able to run classes (hopefully for Years 9 and 10 students) from week 5 onwards.

Compulsory Winter Uniform Please be advised that as per School Council policy, all students should now be wearing winter school uniform. Girls may wear either: • winter skirt with black tights OR white socks • black pants All Students should be wearing a white shirt and a College tie. Staff have been communicating with students who are not wearing correct uniform, and as we are now in week 3 the changeover should be finalised. Any parent/guardian who needs to communicate personally with Year Level Coordinators or Leading Teachers, are asked to contact them as a matter of importance.

Pam Dyson Principal

3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Phone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au

DATES TO REMEMBER VCE & CAREERS EXPO CAULFIELD RACECOURSE

3 MAY 6 MAY

YEAR 8 CAMP

7-9 MAY

2.30PM FINISH

8 MAY

YEAR 10 WORK EXPERIENCE

14 -18 MAY

NAPLAN (YR 7 & 9)

15 -17 MAY

COLLEGE COUNCIL MEETING

16 MAY

2.30PM FINISH

22 MAY

PRACTICE GAT

29 MAY

YEAR 7 -12 EXAMS

4 -8 JUNE

QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY PUBLIC HOLIDAY

11 JUNE

YEAR 7 - 12 EXAMS

12-15 JUNE

GENERAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST (GAT)

13 JUNE

STUDENT FREE DAY

19 JUNE

COLLEGE COUNCIL MEETING

20 JUNE

END TERM 2 2.30 FINISH

29 JUNE


Around the School “The SRC represented the college at the Noble Park sub-branch of the R.S.L. on Sunday, April 22nd. The ceremony was not only a reminder of the sacrifices made for freedom, but acknowledging and celebrating values of camaraderie, mateship, and perseverance. Lest we forget.”

Ken Huynh SRC Coordinator

End of Term 1 for the Year 12 Students Before the end of Term 1 our Year 12 students took part in celebrating Easter by taking part in a Hot Cross Bun Drive and the committee worked tirelessly to sell Easter raffle tickets. Congratulations to our deserving raffle winners:

Anh Tran (winning 1st prize), Sambath He (2nd prize winner) and (3rd prize winner) Halima Mohammed. Winnie Huynh from Year 12 was also the lucky winner in guessing how many Easter eggs were in the Jar. By the way she correctly guessed 153 eggs. Lots for her to enjoy!!!!!! A big thankyou to our wonderful students and staff for supporting this fundraising event. We also congratulated many of our students for their academic achievements at the end of the term assembly. Well done to all recipients and keep up the great work: Well done!!!!!

Breakfast Program

M. Soumplis Year 12 Coordinator

Free Tutors

The Breakfast program is back again in 2018. A wonderful weekly program that encourages positive student interaction across all year levels. The Breakfast Program is a great way to start the day nutrition wise. A big thank you to all students and staff who attend and special thanks for the local businesses that donate the supplies each week. The program is available to students every Friday morning free of charge from 8am-8.30am located in the canteen. Looking forward to seeing you then.

Monash University provides FREE TUTORING Tuesdays & Wednesdays 3.30 – 4.30pm in the Flexible Learning Centre. Fruit supplied.

The Student Welfare team

3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Telephone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au

All students welcome


BioEyes Incursion The first week of term 2, year 10 students participated in an experiment run by Monash University. Students conducted an investigation to find out what appearance zebra fish babies would have, if they had one parent with striped appearance and the other not. Student’s firstly created a habitat for a parent fish to breed. Once fish had reproduced students spent the week watching the growth and development of the fish eggs into baby fish. Student’s learnt the importance of DNA and genetic difference. Results showed 50% striped and 50% unstriped.

Ms Cotela Science Leader

Bunnings BBQ Fundraiser You know it’s going to be busy when even the Springvale Fire Crew were on hand to watch over Ms Theoharis and her cooking skills!!! Thanks to Ms Soumplis and Mr Seddon for organising the large group of Yr 12’s that drove most of the business for the morning. Thanks to Mrs Nicolacopoulos, Ms Xuereb, Ms Giaquinta, Ms Theoharis, Mr Dickson, Ms Tahery, Mr Barry, Ms Lacey and Ms Dyson for dropping in, saying hi or getting their hands dirty. Bigger thanks to Shadia Haidar (School Council President) who did a large chunk of heavy lifting before and after the BBQ. over the past few weeks. Yours in smelling like onions and sausages!! Mr Sweatman

3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Telephone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au

We cleared just over $1,000. Thanks for everyone’s support


Sports Report Since the last newsletter a lot has happened. Intermediate Sport went out on Friday 16th March. There was a strong level of competition all day which saw the boys make it one game short of the final. Unlucky boys, but a few lessons learnt for next year. The girls team was competitive but didn’t make the finals. Thanks to Mr Keane and Mr Nguyen for their support on the day. Year 8 sport (Wednesday 21st March) had both boys and girls Volleyball teams go to Springers to compete at the District level. The boys fell just short of the finals, but the Girls team went on to win the day and bring back the second pennant for the year. Thanks to Mr Dickson, Ms Menezes, Skye Silbery and Aliyah Jesson (both 9B) for their assistance with the training, and hopefully the girls can continue through the Preliminary Final prior to the Region Finals. Tuesday 27th March was the date for Year 7 District sports. Again we fielded a Boys and Girls Volleyball team, but with mixed results. The girls improved throughout the day, but the early losses meant they missed the finals. The boys were undefeated all day and had a couple of great games, including the final. A little luck and consistent play see them bring the third pennant back to the College this year, and they join the Yr 8 Girls in competing in a Preliminary Final to ensure entry to the Region Finals in May. Thanks to Ms Bajrektarevic, Skye Silbery, Aliyah Jesson, Adamson Toafa and Alisa Rizvic for their assistance. We had 4 boys go to Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre to compete at the Region levels. This is one swim away from the State Finals. Huy Vu (Yr 10) competed in 5 individual events, and won Bronze in the 15 Boys 50m Breaststroke. A bad finish saw him just miss the Silver medal by 0.16 of a second. So close but a Bronze medal at Region Level is fantastic. Hoang Vu (Yr 7) has sat in the stands and watched his big brother the last two years compete at Region level. This year he had his own chance by competing in 5 individual events. He won the Bronze medal in the 12-13yrs Boys 50m Butterfly. Again an excellent result. Jayden Kao had two individual swims on the day, and certainly found the going tough in his events. He swam really well but finished outside of the medals. Shannon Fitzpatrick joined the three boys for the 15yr Boys Medley and Freestyle relays. A great effort to finally get a relay team to the Region Finals. A beautiful venue and great weather produced 2 Bronze medals, and the four boys represented the College with great attitudes, enthusiasm and learnt valuable lessons for next year. Well done boys. Last Thursday 26th April we had both the Yr 7 Boys and Yr 8 Girls participate in the Region Preliminary round against Mornington Secondary College. Both teams play consistent, error free Volleyball which saw them win comfortably in both matches. They will now represent the District at the Region Final on Thursday 3rd May. We wish them luck on the day as they are very close to making the State finals. Many of the photos in the newsletter have already been posted on the Noble Park Secondary College Facebook page, and I hope to keep people as up to date as possible when we have sports and activities organised which show the great attitude, pride and enthusiasm shown by all involved.

Term 2 sports – Soccer, Badminton, Aussie Rules Football, Netball Cross Country Monday 7th May Senior Sport Friday 11th May Intermediate Sport Thursday 24th May Year 8 Sport Monday 4th June Year 7 Sport Thursday 24th May

Term 3 sports – Futsal, Table Tennis, Hockey, Basketball Athletics in September

Mr Sweatman Sport Coordinator

3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Telephone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au


Sport

We now have an official Facebook page! Please like us and tell your friends!

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3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Telephone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au


Careers Almost 50 Year 10 students attended the South East Careers Expo and Try a Trade excursion on Tuesday 24 April at the Cranbourne Racecourse. Students were able to try an array of different careers and trade experiences. Students had fun learning bricklaying, automotive, floristry, childcare, beauty therapy, drone operation and 3D printing which were just a few of the interactive career demonstrations on offer. Students also collected course and career information from the large number of Universities and Tafe providers who were represented on the day. Overall the students had a productive day, and can start thinking about their future career choices.

Ms Little MIPS Coordinator

Australia's biggest education and careers expo 2018 Expo Times Thursday 3 May and Friday 4 May, 9am-3pm Saturday 5 May and Sunday 6 May, 10am-4pm Caulfield Racecourse, Caulfield More information: http://www.vceandcareers.com.au/ WORK EXPRIENCE 2018 Year 10 student are heading into the workforce on Monday 14th May - Friday 18th May. Students are expected to have their placement organised by Monday 7th May. Parent support during this time is greatly appreciated. This is a compulsory program. If you have any concerns please contact Ms Vaina, Career Coordinator on 9546 9066. Deakin University Tour Any student wanting to experience Deakin University for a day on Tuesday 3rd July (during school holidays) with Ms Vaina please come and see me in the Careers Room. This is a great oppportunity to visit the Melbourne Campus and listen to inspirational speakers that have graduated from Deakin. Ms Vaina Career Coordinator

3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Telephone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au


Football Program The Football Program continues to grow with 38 students now involved. Many of the students have brought back the necessary paperwork to be a part of the program. Without this completed, some students will find they will be turned away from training in the coming weeks. The students were also told in an explicit meeting at the start of this term that the Program is a Student – Athlete program. Student comes first and we are starting to see patterns in Progress Reports and conversations with Co-ordinators that suggest some students need to focus on their studies more than the Football Program. This will be followed through for the rest of the 2018 and we will be monitoring all students. It is essential the good skills of being organised, punctual, displaying good effort and behaviour are in everyday class, not just through the Program. ----------------------------------In 2017, we started exploring the connection with the Forest Hill College Football program and how we could both use each other for different events and activities. We had 2 friendly matches late last year where the different squads could apply some of the skills and tactics learnt through training in a match situation. We endeavour to host some of these friendlies in 2018 so each group gets a chance to travel and see each other’s ground. We held the first friendly in late March this year, with an atmosphere that would rival a weekend game. The first half went throughout lunch, then the second half was played during period 5. Our boys were well interchanged through the match with most of the Football Program members getting a run in the first half, the second half or both. A lot of mistakes made, some great plays and plenty of communication and teamwork areas to continue to improve on. Thanks to Kosta and Neb for bringing Forest Hill College down to our oval. Thanks to Nathan Verderosa for refereeing, and the students and staff that came down to see what our boys have been learning and some of the great skill that we do possess. Thanks to Ben Pham (Yr 11) and Manith Eang (Yr 12) for their photos and as you can see they have a great eye for a good photo.

3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Telephone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au


Football Program

Student of the Month – March Sifan Badada (Yr 11) and Sigrid Cruz (Yr 8) Well done Sifan and Sigrid for 100% attendance, commitment to improve and great attitude at each session in March. So far this season we have had some of our current Football Program athletes who have broken into some NPL and State League teams. They are Alisa Rizvic (Yr 10) – NPL U18 for Dandenong Thunder – currently undefeated for 2018 Mohamed Bangura (Yr 10) – NPL2 U18 / U20 Springvale White Eagles Sifan Badada (Yr 11) – State League Heatherton United Seniors Vedad Zukanovic (Yr 11) - State League Heatherton United Reserves Mr Sweatman Football Program Coordinator

Drama News

Year 10 Drama students recently visited Monash University, where they met other students from schools across Melbourne, who are all participating in the Drama Victoria Schools Theatre Festival. Our students participated in acting workshops, and began devising their own performance which they will work on back at school, ready for their performance night on June 5. They all had a lot of fun, learnt a lot of new skills and techniques, and made some new friends as well! Melbourne International Comedy Festival Lucky year 9 and 10 Drama students recently had the opportunity to attend the National Final of the Class Clowns Comedy Competition. The show, which was part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, was staged at the Forum Theatre in the city. Students were treated to 14 hilarious stand-up comedy routines, performed by secondary students selected from around the country – a couple of our students are already planning to enter next year! As a bonus, two professional comedy acts also performed – the Travelling Sisters, and Irish comedian David O’Doherty. A handful of students who weren’t able to attend didn’t miss out either – they travelled into the city that weekend to see a standup show performed by Australian comedian Daniel O’Connell. A great time was had by all – there was certainly a lot more laughter than on most school excursions!

Mr Caughey Drama Coordinator

3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Telephone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au


ReachOut’s top tips for beating stress Everyone experiences stress at some point, but there are heaps of simple ways to minimise its impact on your life. Right now is a great time of the year to work on stress management skills and be ready for when the stress-deluge comes (exams). Stress can be mild or intense, and it can make people feel frustrated, anxious and even hostile. Ever been grumpy because of stress? There you go. Stress can get in the way of sleep, cause headaches and change your appetite. It can also reduce your ability to concentrate and make it harder to remember course content. ReachOut has lots of fact sheets and practical tools for beating stress. Here are a few: • All work and no play? Bad idea. Make time every week to completely forget about study and do something you enjoy, like playing sport, hanging out with friends or watching TV. Taking regular breaks and ‘me-time’ to clear your head will also help you study more productively: au.reachout.com/taking-regular-me-time • Feel like you’re not achieving what you’re capable of? Sit down and set goals at the beginning of each term. Define your goal, set sub-goals and make a plan of action. Then you’ll know what you’re aiming for and it’ll be easier to stay focused: au.reachout. com/how-to-set-goals • When you’re feeling stressed, it helps to have a proven strategy lined up to help you deal with it. It could be something like reducing the number of commitments you have, telling a close friend you’re stressed and talking through it, or even using positive self-talk strategies: au.reachout.com/building-better-coping-skills Sometimes it might feel like stress is unbeatable, but it’s definitely manageable. For more info on keeping it in control, check out these fact sheets on ReachOut.com: Tips on managing stress: au.reachout.com/managing-stress Helping someone with stress: au.reachout.com/helping-someone-with-stress Ways to relax: au.reachout.com/ways-to-relax Tips for problem solving: au.reachout.com/all-about-problem-solving Information on anxiety: au.reachout.com/how-to-manage-anxiety

Ms Sprekos School Nurse

General Assessment Test All students enrolled in one or more VCE or scored VCE VET Unit 3 and 4 sequences must sit the General Assessment Test on Wednesday, 13th June 2018 at the College. Students are required to attend period 1 classes and then make their way to the College Hall and be seated by 10.00am The GAT will commence at 10.00am and conclude at 1.15pm. This is a 3 hour test with a designated 15 minute reading time. Because it is a general test, no special study is required for the GAT. However to familiarise the students with the formatting and type of questions which might be asked, the College will be running a PRACTICE GAT on Tuesday, 29th May 2018. The PRACTICE GAT will follow the same processes and procedures as the actual GAT, commencing at 10.00am and concluding at 1.15pm. This is a 3 hour test with a designated 15 minute reading time. Please note: Due to the intensive nature and lengthy duration of the GAT/PRACTICE GAT, students will be dismissed from the College at 1.15pm on both dates. Further Information: Although GAT results do not count directly towards a student’s VCE results, they play an important role in checking that school-based and external assessments have been accurately assessed, and in calculating Derived Examination Scores. The General Achievement Test is a test of general knowledge and skills in: • Written communication • Mathematics, science and technology • Humanities, the arts and social sciences. These areas are very broad. Each represents a body of general knowledge and skills that students are likely to have built up through their school years. Any further questions, please don’t hesitate to ask! Helen Karagounis Assistant Principal

3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Telephone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au


FREE Compass Training sessions

FREE TRAINING SESSIONS ON COMPASS

All reports, including Progress and Semester reports in the future will be available on Compass, our online software program. Compass is an online school and student management tool which provides parents with easy access to student performance, attendance, events and is an easy way to directly communicate with your child’s teachers. We would like to offer free training sessions to our parents and students who would like support in the use of Compass. There is a choice of possible dates and times below. All you need to do is complete the form below, with the date and time which best suits you or forward us a text on 0409 173 398.

COMPASS – TRAINING SESSION OPTIONS Thursday, 10th May 2018

Thursday, 17th May 2018

3.30PM - 4.30pm Or 4.30pm - 5.30pm

3.30PM - 4.30pm Or 4.30pm - 5.30pm

All visitors are requested to report to the General Office to collect a visitor’s pass. Training sessions will be held in the Conference room. Any further queries, please direct them to Mrs Karagounis or Mr Jeans on 9546 9066.

Helen Karagounis Acting Assistant Principal Please return slip to the General Office by Monday, 7th May 2018

NPSC COMPASS - TRAINING SESSION Name:

Thursday, 10th May 2018

OR

Number of people attending: Thursday, 17th May 2018

3.30PM - 4.30pm 3.30PM - 4.30pm or or 4.30pm - 5.30pm 4.30pm - 5.30pm (Please tick the preferred date and time)

3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Telephone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au


Year 7 Bento Box Incursion

Year 7 students took part in a Kyaraben demonstration with Etsuka of harapekokids and made Bento Boxes. Great fun!

3 Callaghan Street, Noble Park 3174 Telephone: 9546 9066 Fax: 9562 4757 Email: noble.park.sc@edumail.vic.gov.au Website: www.nobleparksc.vic.edu.au


Outdoor Education - Grampians Rock Climbing Camp


Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge

2018 Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge

The Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge is now open and (Noble Park Secondary College is excited to be participating. The Challenge is open to all Victorian children from birth to Year 10 in recognition of the importance of reading for literacy development. It is not a competition; but a personal challenge for children to read a set number of books by 7 September 2018. All children who meet the Challenge will receive a certificate of achievement signed by the Victorian Premier and can choose to have their name included on the online Honour Roll. If you would like your child‘s name to appear on the Honour Roll, please sign the attached form and return it to your school. To read the Premier’s letter to parents, view the booklists and for more information about the Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge, visit: www.education.vic.gov.au/prc

The Department takes its privacy obligations seriously and any personal information collected or used by the Department will be handled in accordance with the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 (Vic). This law sets out what we must do when the Department collects, uses, handles and destroys personal information. Personal information includes personal details such as an individual’s name and school that could be used to identify an individual. 1) Collection, use, disclosure and storage of personal information If you provide your consent your school will collect and disclose your child’s first and last name, and the name of the school to the Department. The Department will then: • Publish your child’s name on its online Honour Roll located at: www.education.vic.gov.au/prc at the completion of the Challenge with no other identifying factors such as early childhood setting name. 2) Accuracy, access to information and withdrawal of consent The Department will endeavour to ensure that any personal information held about your child is up to date and accurate. You can access, correct and withdraw personal information held by the Department by written request in accordance with the Department’s Information Privacy Policy located at: http://www.education.vic.gov.au/Pages/privacypolicy.aspx Consent may be withdrawn at any time by writing to the Department’s Privacy Unit on: privacy.enquiries@edumail.vic.gov.au . If you have any questions about this form, or if you need more information, please contact the PRC Challenge Coordinator at the Department readingchallenge@edumail.vic.gov.au or (03) 9637 3624.

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2018 Victorian Premiers’ Reading Challenge Yes I consent to my child’s name appearing on the online Honour roll Name of child………………………………………………………………………HG……… Parent Signature……………………………………………………………………………… Please return to the Library or classroom English/EAL teacher


NOBLE PARK SECONDARY COLLEGE UNIFORM CODE AGREEMENT All students and parents are expected to read and sign this agreement as a condition of enrolment at Noble Park Secondary College. The Uniform Code for Noble Park Secondary College has been designed to: • • • •

develop a sense of pride in the students of the College, and to promote the College ethos. enhance the safety of students through the easy identification of persons not belonging to the College who are on College premises. promote equality among students through common dress. ensure the safe management of student groups in out-of-College activities.

UNIFORM CODE: • All students at Noble Park Secondary College will wear the specified uniform, when travelling to, when at, when travelling from the College, and when attending out-of-College activities, at all times unless otherwise directed by the Administration. • This Uniform Code provides for the provision of uniform from suppliers authorised by the College Council. COLLEGE UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS GENERAL APPEARANCE APPEARANCE: The College uniform is to be worn in an appropriate manner at all times. It should be clean and in good repair. Ties should be knotted at the collar. JEWELLERY: If a student has pierced ears studs or sleepers may be worn. Sleepers must be less than 1cm in diameter. NO other jewellery other than a watch is to be worn, apart from religious necklaces, which must be worn under the uniform. If other jewellery is worn it will be temporarily confiscated. MAKE-UP: Make-up must not be worn. Nail polish, other than clear, must not be worn. SHOES: Are to be leather, not suede, and are to be kept polished. SHIRTS: Winter shirts are to be tucked in at all times, and are to be buttoned up at all times. SKIRTS & DRESSES: Skirts and dresses to be worn no shorter than 10 cm above the knee. HAIR: Must be clean and neatly groomed. Must be tied back when student is working in areas where safety procedures and hygiene rules must be adhered to. No jewellery or other adornment is to be worn in the hair. No extreme hair colours or styles are permitted. HATS: Students may wear the College cap for protection from the sun, available from the uniform supplier. Labelled or multi-coloured baseball caps are not acceptable. Beanies are not permitted. GIRLS SUMMER- TERM 1 AND 4 ONLY DRESS: College dress, red, blue and white check. Material and pattern available for purchase. SHORTS: College shorts, knee length tailored black. SHIRT: Short or long sleeve butterfly collar shirt with embroidered school logo (with no tie) TIE: College tie. JUMPER: Years 7-9 Red, as supplied by the authorised supplier, embroidered with the College logo. Years 10 – 12 Black, as supplied by the authorised supplier, embroidered with the College logo. SOCKS: White, ankle socks worn above the ankle and below the knee or black opaque tights. SHOES: Black, polished leather, flat heeled lace-up standard school shoes, that do not rise above ankle bone. JACKET: College Spray Jacket, College Blazer or Year 12 Jacket for Year 12 students only. CAP: Black cap with embroidered school logo WINTER – TERM 2 AND 3 ONLY SKIRT: College skirt, pleated, red, black, grey and white check. SLACKS: College black stretch bootleg pants. SHIRT: White collared standard school shirt. TIE: College tie. SOCKS: White, ankle socks worn above the ankle and below the knee or black opaque tights. SHOES: As for Summer. JUMPER: As for Summer. JACKET: College Spray Jacket. SCARF: Plain black or plain red (optional). Scarves are to be made from a flat, woven fabric, without exaggerated tassels or other adornments. NOTE: Girls must wear winter uniform in Terms 2 and 3. Noble Park Secondary College | Uniform Agreement V2017


BOYS JUMPER: TROUSERS: SHIRT: TIE: T-SHIRT: SOCKS: SHOES: SHORTS: JACKET: SCARF: VEST:

Years 7–9 Red, as supplied by the authorised supplier, embroidered with the College logo. Years 10 – 12 Black, as supplied by the authorised supplier, embroidered with the College logo. Black serge tailored College trousers with no visible zips or buttons – seams are not to be altered. Black or grey belt may be worn. Summer Term 1 and 4: Short or long sleeved butterfly collar shirt with embroidered school logo (with no tie). Winter Term 2 and 3: White collared standard school shirt with long or short sleeve, with college tie. College tie. Optional: Plain white, crew neck T-shirt may be worn under College shirt and is not to be visible above the College shirt collar. Grey, black or white socks. Black polished leather, flat heeled lace-up standard, school shoes that do not rise above ankle bone. Black gabardine shorts (with white socks only). College Spray Jacket, College Blazer or Year 12 Jacket for Year 12 students only. Plain black or plain red (optional). Scarves are to be made from a flat, woven fabric without exaggerated tassels or other adornments. Optional. Black (Years 10-12), Red (Years 7-9) with embroidered school logo (Summer and Winter)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND SPORT EDUCATION UNIFORM: PE UNIFORM NOT TO BE WORN TO AND FROM SCHOOL SPORTS TOP: Micro mesh short sleeve sports top with College logo. OPTIONAL: Micro mesh long sleeve sports top with College logo. SHORTS: Micro mesh basketball shorts with College logo. SPECIALISED PROGRAMS: Specialised program uniforms which include Council approved Redback Theatre and Football Program, to be worn only at specific times when participating in those events. STEPS IN REINFORCEMENT Step 1. Year Level Coordinators will check uniform at the beginning of the day. Step 2. The YLC will implement appropriate sanctions and will issue a uniform pass for a maximum of one day, to all such students. Step 3. The YLC will keep a record of breaches of the College Dress Code. Step 4. Students who are deemed by the YLC to be persistent offenders shall be required to attend an interview with their parent or guardian and the YLC. Step 6. No student out of uniform, whether authorised or not, unless an exemption has been granted, may attend an outof- college activity, as this reduces the teacher's ability to safely manage the students. Step 7. Persistent offenders or students without a uniform pass shall be excluded from attending College assemblies and exams and shall be supervised in a classroom, as these are occasions where students are expected to set an example to other students and to the community. No student in incorrect uniform shall be permitted for this reason, to take part in any presentation on the stage in an assembly. Step 8. Persistent offenders or students without a uniform pass shall not be permitted to participate in any situation where they are role models i.e. Peer Support Leaders, SRC activities etc. This Uniform Code Agreement has been amended and ratified by Noble Park Secondary College School Council on Wednesday February 17th, 2016. Student Name……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Home Group………………………………………. Student Signature.............................................................................................................................Date................................................... Parent Signature.............................................................................................................................. Date...................................................

CURRENT SCHOOL UNIFORM SUPPLIER: BELEZA UNIFORMS 162 CHELTENHAM ROAD DANDENONG PH: 9794 8775 Noble Park Secondary College | Uniform Agreement V2017


NOBLE PARK SECONDARY SCHOOL Beleza Dandenong: 162 Cheltenham Road, Dandenong VIC 3175 Phone/Fax: (03) 9794 8775

RETAIL PRICE LIST 2017-18

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RED

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67.00

BV990 NPS

OPTIONAL KNITTED VEST [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

RED

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55.00

BJK980 NPS

SOFT SHELL WATERPROOF SPRAY JACKET [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

RED/ BLACK AND WHTIE STRIPES

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75.00

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ALL-YEAR-ROUND GENERAL UNIFORM (UNISEX) - YEARS 10 to 12 (SENIOR YEARS) WJ302 NPSV

KNITTED JUMPER [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

BLACK

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67.00

BV990 NPS

OPTIONAL KNITTED VEST [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

BLACK

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55.00

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SHORT SLEEVE OPEN COLLAR SHIRT [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

WHITE

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30.00

SH105 NPS

OPTIONAL LONG SLEEVE OPEN COLLAR SHIRT [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

WHITE

10 - 26

$

32.00

SH146 IMP

SURF STYLE GABERDINE SHORTS WITH SIDE ZIP-POCKET

BLACK

10 - 16 18 - 26

$

28.00

FABRIC CODE: 8153

8 - 24

$

45.00

BOYS SUMMER UNIFORM

GIRLS SUMMER UNIFORM BD507

GIRLS SUMMER DRESS

BOYS WINTER UNIFORM SH142 NPS

LONG SLEEVE COLLEGE SHIRT [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

WHITE

10 - 26

$

32.00

BP319 IMP

TAILORED PANTS

BLACK

10 - 26

$

47.00

SH142 NPS

LONG SLEEVE COLLEGE SHIRT [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

WHITE

10 - 26

$

32.00

SK341

GIRLS WINTER SKIRT

FABRIC CODE: 9070

8 - 24

$

55.00

BP560

GIRLS STRETCH BOOTLEG PANTS

BLACK

6 - 18

$

32.00

BP679S

GIRLS HEAVY BOOTLEG PANTS

BLACK

6 - 18

$

35.00

TIGHTS

GIRLS WINTER TIGHTS

BLACK

ALL SIZES

$

14.00

10 - 16

$

70.00

$

35.00

$

40.00

$

27.00

$

38.00

GIRLS WINTER UNIFORM

SPORTS UNIFORM RT936 NPS

KNITTED RUGBY TOP [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

BLACK/ RED/ WHITE

STP653 NPS

SHORT SLEEVE SPORTS MESH SPORTS TOP [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

1/3 BLACK & 2/3 WHITE WITH WHITE PIPING BLACK COLLAR WITH WHITE-RED-WHITE STRIPES

10 - 16

STP996 NPS

OPTIONAL LONG SLEEVE SPORTS MESH SPORTS TOP [WITH FULL SCHOOL EMBROIDERY LOGO]

1/3 BLACK & 2/3 WHITE WITH WHITE PIPING BLACK COLLAR WITH WHITE-RED-WHITE STRIPES

10 - 16

BSK571 NPS

SPORTS MESH SHORTS [WITH "NPSC" RED EMBROIDERY LOGO]

BLACK

BP579 NPS

MICRO FIBRE SPORTS TRACK PANTS [WITH "NPSC" RED EMBROIDERY LOGO]

BLACK

CAP NPS

SUNSMART CAP [WITH "NPSC" RED EMBROIDERY LOGO]

BLACK WITH RED PIPING

ONE SIZE

$

15.00

TIE NPS

COLLEGE TIE

BLACK WITH RED & WHITE STRIPES

ONE SIZE

$

16.00

CLIPTIE NPS

CLIP-ON COLLEGE TIE

BLACK WITH RED & WHITE STRIPES

ONE SIZE

$

15.00

B/ANKL

ANKLE LENGTH SOCKS (UNISEX)

BLACK or WHITE

ALL SIZES

$

5.00

B/KH

KNEE HIGH SOCKS (UNISEX)

BLACK or WHITE

ALL SIZES

$

6.00

S - 2XL S - 2XL

S - 2XL 10 - 16 S - 2XL 10 - 16 S - 2XL

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The Department of Education and Training has undertaken the visual inspection, and we have been advised that there is no further remedial action required at our school.

Our school had buildings that were in scope for the visual inspection stage, that is, buildings with two storeys or more.

The taskforce recommended the State Government undertake a comprehensive inspection of its buildings – including those at government schools.

The Victorian Cladding Taskforce was established last year to investigate the extent of external wall cladding on buildings statewide that did not comply with fire safety regulations.

Dear Parents and Carers,

VICTORIAN CLADDING TASKFORCE NOBLE PARK SECONDARY COLLEGE

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