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2017 Annual Report to the School Community School Name: Northern Bay P-12 College School Number: 8901

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Northern Bay P-12 College

About Our School School Context Northern Bay College was formed in 2011 as a result of a merger of nine schools into one multi-campus College. Our aim was to provide a supportive, coordinated and consistent approach to the education and wellbeing of children and young people living in the Corio/Norlane area. The process of regeneration of the Corio and Norlane government schools began in 2006 and was driven by the nine school communities working to ensure young people and their families in the northern suburbs of Geelong had access to high quality education in world class facilities. The refurbishment of the four junior campuses is nearly complete with extensive building work now required on the senior campus. Each campus by the end of 2018 will have newly constructed all weather sporting fields to support the SEED (Sporting Excellence Education Development) program. Today Northern Bay College is a multi-campus school made up of four prep to year eight campuses and one year nine to year twelve campus. In addition to this the college also runs a Kindergarten, a Child Care Centre, a Family Centre and manages a Trade Training Centre. We are also the host for two Geelong English Language Centre Outpost, run a Hands on Learning program and an alternative program (WRAP – Work Ready Applied Pathways). The college has a steady enrolment of 2006.8 students. The college has a long history of welcoming families from a refugee and asylum seeker background of Karen ethnicity from refugee camps along the Thai/Burmese border. In 2013 the college began to enrol families of middle eastern ethnicity. Many of whom came from refugee camps via Pakistan and Indonesia. Many of these are predominantly Afghani families on a ‘women at risk’ visa without support of a partner. More recently we have seen Karenni immigrants from Burma along with Arabic speaking refugees from Iraq and Syria. Currently thirty percent of students have a first language other than English with eleven percent of our students being of Middle Eastern origin and nine percent Karen / Karenni. Seven percent of our students are indigenous. Eight percent of our students are funded under the Program for Students with Disabilities and thirty nine percent are captured under the NCCD. Northern Bay College faces significant challenges to improve education and work outcomes of students now and into the future. Corio and Norlane is among Victoria’s six most disadvantaged suburbs and while much has been done to lift education and health outcomes, success in academic areas to date has been limited. The college has an SFOE of 0.7347 with 78% of families in the bottom quartile of the Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage and no families in the top quartile. Northern Bay College encourages the colocation of services with The Smith Family; CatholicCare; Ardoch; Bethany Community Services; and Barwon Child, Youth and Family operating on site. We also have a large number of Memorandum of Understandings operating with external agencies and services. 2015 marked the beginning of a new College Strategic Plan with an overarching goal “to achieve continuous learning improvement for all students through the development of a strong culture of collaboration in which teams of teachers share high expectations, use data effectively, value student voice and take a collective responsibility for improvement.” Our vision is to instil community commitment, confidence and high expectations in lifelong learning by:  Developing young people who are engaged; motivated and challenged to fulfil their potential.  Maximising the educational opportunities and creating purposeful and diverse pathways for all students  Developing partnerships with other schools, community organisations and business which can empower a community through learning  Integrating education and community /family services in one precinct  Creating a community that is literate, numerate, curious, articulate, resilient and passionate Northern Bay College is a strong learning community which relies upon its local community to work with it to achieve a common goal “a positive educational experience for young people with individualised pathways leading to employment or further education”. We focus on providing a safe, secure and well-resourced learning environment which caters for the individuality of our young people. At Northern Bay College we believe that our students have the right to quality at all times – quality teachers, quality resources, quality leaders, quality tasks, quality relationships, quality learning environments, quality facilities, quality outcomes and quality experiences. The college has 286.3 equivalent full time staff, 12 principal class members, 208 teachers and 132 Education Support Staff.

Framework for Improving Student Outcomes (FISO) The following improvement initiatives were introduced in 2016 Improvement Initiatives 1. Ensure all teaching staff have a thorough knowledge of the relevant developmental continuum and use it to inform teaching. 2. All teaching staff involved with the NBC Evidence Based Data Cycle 3. Establish organisational structures to ensure a consistent approach to teaching and learning. 4. Establish a culture where effective co-teaching is the preferred mode of instruction 5. Maintain an emphasis on the use of ILPs which have been developed with students, focusing on purposeful individual goals and relevant adjustments to environment, pedagogy and curriculum

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Engage all students in the development of safe and inclusive learning communities so that all students Established feel respected and listened to and have the capacity to take up more roles and responsibilities within our community. 7. Create opportunities for explicit and authentic feedback to enable students to reflect on their learning Commenced and have the capacity to co-construct and self-direct learning opportunities. In addition to this our curriculum was mapped against the Victorian Curriculum from Foundation to year ten; progress was made towards creating a viable and guaranteed curriculum; academic vocab was created for each Learning Area from Foundation to year 10; we employed a digital learning coach; and a focus on birth to school entry was created. With the use of equity funding we employed five GRIN tutors; built our Allied Health staff; appointed a senior curriculum leader; provided additional leading teacher coaching time; employed a data analyst; conducted learning walks; embedded SWPBS; employed a community liaison officer; maintained the Extended School Day program; and conducted small group intervention programs.

Achievement In terms of achievement, Northern Bay College is ranked as performing at a similar level compared to other Victorian Government Schools with similar student backgrounds and characteristics. When reporting against the Victorian Curriculum, teacher judgement of student achievement in years P-6 was ranked as similar to other Victorian Government Schools in both English and Mathematics. In years 7-10, English was ranked as lower and Mathematics was ranked as similar. Northern Bay College fully implemented and reported against the Victorian Curriculum for the first time in 2017. The Northern Bay College 2017 NAPLAN data, through years 3, 5, 7 and 9, is ranked as similar to other schools but generally shows that the results are below the middle 60% of schools in both Reading and Number. Results in comparison data for NAPLAN Learning Gain show good medium to high growth in all two year measures. There are pleasing results with demonstrated growth of 49% medium growth in years 3-5 Numeracy, 23% high growth in years 5-7 Reading, 52% medium growth in years 5-7 Numeracy and 21% high growth in Reading in years 7-9. In 2017 96% of year 12 students successfully completing their VCE, this remains the same as 2016. The Mean study score is slightly below the state level but has been maintained over the past four years. Northern Bay College was able to implement a variety of improvement measures through the use of Equity Funding to embed the work of building teacher capacity and content knowledge. The College leadership model enabled individual and team coaching, a focus on strengthening the use of evidence based pedagogies, the consistent use of the data cycle and intervention programs throughout the College. We believe if we continue to strengthen the capacity of our leaders and teachers to focus on, and build a culture of high expectations then student aspiration and learning outcomes will improve. We also believe if we build a strong culture, with collaboration and meaningful use of data embedded in teams, then shared responsibility and accountability will reinforce high expectations for all staff and continuous improvement for all students. And if we adopt a whole school approach to classroom management which is applied consistently across all campuses, then the learning environment will be conducive to improving student learning outcomes. This highly focused work we believe will have a significant impact upon our student learning outcomes

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Engagement The college principal class has been restructured to reflect the DET Framework for Improving Student Outcomes. An Orange Team (Positive Climate for Learning) has been formed to monitor and ensure all agreed processes are in place and that all elements of the Annual Implementation Plan are undertaken. Adjustments are made to the curriculum, environment and pedagogy to improve student learning outcomes. Student learning is differentiated and monitored with all students allocated an A or E in their reporting cycle receiving an Individual Learning Plan to support continuous growth. Students are encouraged to use their achievement data to articulate their learning and share the next steps in their journey. Opportunities exist for our student leaders to influence and contribute to decisions made within their school community. Programs such as Heroes Journey, WRAP, FILC, Heads Up Ambassadors, Aspire, Hands on Learning, Trade Taster, Tertiary Futures Program and the Starting Right Program support the ongoing engagement of our students as they continue their learning journey throughout the college from Prep to Year 12. A&TSI students receive targeted support and our CaLD students are strongly supported by college-wide programs along with the Geelong English Language Centre which operates two hubs for our newly arrived students. Our college programs support students in feeling safe, happy and engaged in their learning and helps achieve our goal of retaining students within our community. Our combined student attendance rates indicate that our attendance data is in line with the state mean at prep to year six (91.5% attendance rate) but slightly below at years seven to twelve (83% attendance rate). The percentage endorsement from parents around how we manage bullying is 74% (P-6) with a state median of 82% and 57% (Yr 7-12) with a state median of 56%. All staff have engaged in the Berry Street Education Model training over the past twelve months with highly visible signs that this model has been accepted by all staff – both teaching and non-teaching staff. Northern Bay College is focused on improving engagement of all students in order to meet their diverse and individual needs. Our parents have confidence in our work with a positive parent satisfaction of 87% compared to the state median of 77.4%.

Wellbeing Our School Global Budget and Equity funding is being used strategically to meet the diverse needs of our students. The Equity and Inclusion leading teacher allows our college to align processes and practices to build teacher capacity to work with all of our students. The College Allied Health team includes a full time Speech Therapist, an Occupational Therapist and a Psychologist who work together to identify students with additional needs within our junior campuses. Other supports include Bluearth, Hands on Learning program, Secondary School Nurses, breakfast clubs and the junior campus Heads Up Ambassador program. School Wide Positive Behaviour Support (SWPBS) is fully implemented across the college as an approach to model and reinforce positive social behaviour. With a common approach and understanding we were able to see an increase in the ease of campuses to deal with challenging behaviours. This is reflected in a decrease in suspension rate for 2017. The Berry Street Education model is also having a significant impact upon the teaching and learning program. As a college we are working towards an improvement in student safety data at each campus and improved teacher confidence.

For more detailed information regarding our school please visit our website at www.northernbaycollege.vic.edu.au

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Performance Summary The Government School Performance Summary provides an overview of how this school is contributing to the objectives of the Education State and how it compares to other Victorian Government schools. All schools work in partnership with their school community to improve outcomes for children and young people. Sharing this information with parents and the wider school community helps to support community engagement in student learning, a key priority of the Framework for Improving Student Outcomes. Members of the community can contact the school for an accessible version of these data tables if required.

School Profile Enrolment Profile A total of 2007 students were enrolled at this school in 2017, 978 female and 1029 male. 26 percent were EAL (English as an Additional Language) students and 7 percent ATSI (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) students.

Overall Socio-Economic Profile Based on the school's Student Family Occupation and Education index which takes into account parents' occupations and education.

Parent Satisfaction Summary Measures the percent endorsement by parents on their school satisfaction level, as reported in the annual Parent Opinion Survey. The percent endorsement indicates the percent of positive responses (agree or strongly agree).

School Staff Survey Measures the percent endorsement by staff on School Climate, as reported in the annual School Staff Survey. The percent endorsement indicates the percent of positive responses (agree or strongly agree). Data is suppressed for schools with three or less respondents to the survey for confidentiality reasons.

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Northern Bay P-12 College (Primary Year Levels)

Achievement

Performance Summary

Student Outcomes

Teacher Judgement of student achievement Percentage of students in Years Prep to 6 working at or above age expected standards in:

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English Mathematics

For further details refer to How to read the Annual Report.

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Achievement

Performance Summary

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NAPLAN Year 3 The percentage of students in the top 3 bands of testing in NAPLAN at Year 3. Year 3 assessments are reported on a scale from Bands 1 - 6.

NAPLAN Year 5 The percentage of students in the top 3 bands of testing in NAPLAN at Year 5. Year 5 assessments are reported on a scale from Bands 3 - 8.

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Achievement

Performance Summary

Student Outcomes

School Comparison

NAPLAN Learning Gain Year 3 - Year 5 Learning gain of students from Year 3 to Year 5 in the following domains: Reading, Numeracy, Writing, Spelling and Grammar and Punctuation. NAPLAN Learning Gain does not require a School Comparison.

NAPLAN learning gain is determined by comparing a student's current year result to the results of all ‘similar’ Victorian students (i.e. students in all sectors in the same year level who had the same score two years prior). If the current year result is in the Top 25 percent, their gain level is categorised as ‘High’. Middle 50 percent, is ‘Medium’. Bottom 25 percent, is ‘Low’.

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Engagement

Performance Summary

Student Outcomes

School Comparison

Average Number of Student Absence Days Average days absent per full time equivalent (FTE) student per year. Common reasons for non-attendance include illness and extended family holidays.

Few absences <------> Many absences

Absence from school can impact on students’ learning School Comparison A school comparison rating of ‘Higher’ indicates this school records ‘less’ absences than expected, given the background characteristics of students. A rating of ‘Lower’ indicates this school records ‘more’ absences than expected. Average 2017 attendance rate by year level:

Few absences <------> Many absences

Prep

Yr1

Yr2

Yr3

Yr4

Yr5

Yr6

90 % 93 % 92 % 92 % 89 % 92 % 92 %

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Wellbeing

Performance Summary

Student Outcomes

Students Attitudes to School Sense of Connectedness Measures the percent endorsement on Sense of Connectedness factor, as reported in the Attitudes to School Survey completed annually by Victorian Government school students in Years 4 to 12. The percent endorsement indicates the percent of positive responses (agree or strongly agree).

Students Attitudes to School Management of Bullying Measures the percent endorsement on Management of Bullying factor, as reported in the Attitudes to School Survey completed annually by Victorian Government school students in Years 4 to 12. The percent endorsement indicates the percent of positive responses (agree or strongly agree).

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School Comparison


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Achievement

Performance Summary

Student Outcomes

Teacher Judgement of student achievement Percentage of students in Years 7 to 10 working at or above age expected standards in:

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For further details refer to How to read the Annual Report.

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School Comparison


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Achievement

Performance Summary

Student Outcomes

School Comparison

NAPLAN Year 7 The percentage of students in the top 3 bands of testing in NAPLAN at Year 7. Year 7 assessments are reported on a scale from Bands 4 - 9.

Being the first year of secondary school, Year 7 NAPLAN is not used for the School Comparison.

NAPLAN Year 9 The percentage of students in the top 3 bands of testing in NAPLAN at Year 9. Year 9 assessments are reported on a scale from Bands 5 - 10.

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Achievement

Performance Summary

Student Outcomes

School Comparison

NAPLAN Learning Gain Year 5 - Year 7 Learning gain of students from Year 5 to Year 7 in the following domains: Reading, Numeracy, Writing, Spelling & Grammar and Punctuation.

NAPLAN Learning Gain does not require a School Comparison.

NAPLAN learning gain is determined by comparing a student's current year result to the results of all ‘similar’ Victorian students (i.e. students in all sectors in the same year level who had the same score two year prior). If the current year result is in the Top 25 percent, their gain level is categorised as ‘High’. Middle 50 percent, is ‘Medium’. Bottom 25 percent, is ‘Low’.

NAPLAN Learning Gain Year 7 - Year 9 Learning gain of students from Year 7 to Year 9 in the following domains: Reading, Numeracy, Writing, Spelling & Grammar and Punctuation.

NAPLAN Learning Gain does not require a School Comparison.

NAPLAN learning gain is determined by comparing a student's current year result to the results of all ‘similar’ Victorian students (i.e. students in all sectors in the same year level who had the same score two years prior). If the current year result is in the Top 25 percent, their gain level is categorised as ‘High’. Middle 50 percent, is ‘Medium’. Bottom 25 percent, is ‘Low’.

Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) Mean study score from all VCE subjects undertaken by students at this school. This includes all Unit 3 and 4 studies (including those completed in Year 11) and any VCE VET studies awarded a study score. The maximum student study score is 50 and the state-wide mean (including government and nongovernment schools) is set at 30. Students in 2017 who satisfactorily completed their VCE: 88% Year 12 students in 2017 undertaking at least one Vocational Education and Training (VET) unit of competence: 49% VET units of competence satisfactorily completed in 2017: 70% Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) credits satisfactorily completed in 2017: 48%

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Northern Bay P-12 College (Secondary Year Levels)

Engagement

Performance Summary

Student Outcomes

School Comparison

Average Number of Student Absence Days Average days absent per full time equivalent (FTE) student per year. Common reasons for non-attendance include illness and extended family holidays.

Few absences <------> Many absences

Absence from school can impact on students’ learning School Comparison A school comparison rating of ‘Higher’ indicates this school records ‘less’ absences than expected, given the background characteristics of students. A rating of ‘Lower’ indicates this school records ‘more’ absences than expected.

Few absences <------> Many absences

Average 2017 attendance rate by year level:

Yr7

Yr8

Yr9

Yr10

Yr11

Yr12

88 %

80 %

83 %

83 %

82 %

79 %

Student Retention Percentage of Year 7 students who remain at the school through to Year 10.

Exit Destinations Percentage of students from Years 10 to 12 going on to further studies or full-time employment.

Note: This measure uses data from the previous year. Data excludes exit destinations recorded as 'Unknown'.

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Northern Bay P-12 College (Secondary Year Levels)

Wellbeing

Performance Summary

Student Outcomes

Students Attitudes to School Sense of Connectedness Measures the percent endorsement on Sense of Connectedness factor, as reported in the Attitudes to School Survey completed annually by Victorian Government school students in Years 4 to 12. The percent endorsement indicates the percent of positive responses (agree or strongly agree).

Students Attitudes to School Management of Bullying Measures the percent endorsement on Management of Bullying factor, as reported in the Attitudes to School Survey completed annually by Victorian Government school students in Years 4 to 12. The percent endorsement indicates the percent of positive responses (agree or strongly agree).

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School Comparison


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How to read the Annual Report The School Comparison shows that most schools are achieving results that are ‘Similar’ to other schools with alike student backgrounds and characteristics. Some schools are doing exceptionally well and have ‘Higher’ performance. Some schools have ‘Lower’ performance than expected and receive targeted support to ensure that there is improvement.

What does the About Our School section refer to? The About Our School page provides a brief background on the school, an outline of the school’s performance over the year and plans for the future. The ‘School Context’ describes the school’s vision, values and purpose. Details include the school’s geographic location, size and structure, social characteristics, enrolment characteristics and special programs. The ‘Framework for Improving Student Outcomes (FISO)’ section includes the improvement initiatives the school has selected and the progress they have made towards achieving them.

More information on School Comparison performance measures can be found at: http://www.education.vic.gov.au/school/parents/involve/ Pages/performance.aspx

What does the Performance Summary section of this report refer to? The Performance Summary reports on data in three key areas:

What does ‘Data not available’ mean?

Achievement - student achievements in: - English and Mathematics for National Literacy and Numeracy tests (NAPLAN) - English and Mathematics for teacher judgements against the curriculum - all subjects for Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) examinations (secondary schools) Engagement - student attendance and engagement at school - how many students leaving school go on to further studies or full-time work (secondary, P-12 and specialist schools) Wellbeing - Attitudes to School Survey (ATOSS) - Sense of connectedness - Management of Bullying

Some schools have too few students enrolled to provide data. There may be no students enrolled in some year levels so school comparisons are not possible. New schools have only the latest year of data and no comparative data from previous years. The Department also recognises unique circumstances in Specialist, Select Entry, English Language and Community Schools where school-to-school comparisons are not appropriate.

What is the Victorian Curriculum?

Results are displayed for the latest year, as well as the average of the last four years (where available).

The Victorian Curriculum F–10 sets out what every student should learn during their first 11 years of schooling. The curriculum is the common set of knowledge and skills required by students for life-long learning, social development and active and informed citizenship. The curriculum has been developed to ensure that school subjects and their achievement standards enable continuous learning for all students, including students with disabilities. The ‘Towards Foundation Level Victorian Curriculum’ is integrated directly into the curriculum and is referred to as ‘Levels A to D’. ‘Levels A to D’ may be used for students with a disability or students who may have additional learning needs.

What does School Comparison refer to? The School Comparison is a way of comparing this school’s performance to similar schools in Victoria. The comparison measure takes into account the school’s academic intake, the socio-economic background of students, the number of Aboriginal students, the number of non-English speaking and refugee students, the number of students with a disability and the size and location of the school.

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‘Levels A to D’ are not associated with any set age or year level that links chronological age to cognitive progress (i.e. there is no age expected standard of achievement for ‘Levels A to D’).


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Financial Performance and Position Financial performance and position commentary

Financial Performance - Operating Statement Summary for the year ending 31 December, 2017 Revenue Student Resource Package Government Provided DET Grants Government Grants Commonwealth Government Grants State Revenue Other Locally Raised Funds Capital Grants Total Operating Revenue

Financial Position as at 31 December, 2017 Actual

$23,302,695

Funds Available High Yield Investment Account

Actual $1,185,983

$5,918,186

Official Account

$85,813

$382,835

Other Accounts

$4,608,211

Total Funds Available

$5,880,007

$63,870 $802,208 $1,076,449 $39,873 $31,586,115

Equity¹ Equity (Social Disadvantage) Equity (Catch Up) Equity Total

$6,517,667 $155,923 $6,673,589

Expenditure Student Resource Package²

Financial Commitments $25,140,494 Operating Reserve

Books & Publications

$40,912

Communication Costs

$159,408

Consumables Miscellaneous Expense³ Professional Development Property and Equipment Services Salaries & Allowances⁴ Trading & Fundraising Travel & Subsistence Utilities

Asset/Equipment Replacement < 12 months Maintenance - Buildings/Grounds incl SMS<12 months

$711,175 Beneficiary/Memorial Accounts $1,954,446 Revenue Receipted in Advance $169,187 School Based Programs $2,229,707 Provision Accounts $1,071,367 Repayable to DET $59,921 Other recurrent expenditure $23,881 Asset/Equipment Replacement > 12 months $243,361 Maintenance -Buildings/Grounds incl

$955,116 $150,000 $1,469,097 $28,535 $356,773 $934,776 $20,000 $1,861,683 $5,463 $70,000 $28,564

SMS>12 months Total Financial Commitments Total Operating Expenditure

$31,803,860

Net Operating Surplus/-Deficit

($217,745)

Asset Acquisitions

$5,880,007

$795,803

(1) The Equity funding reported above is a subset of overall revenue reported by the school (2) Student Resource Package Expenditure figures are as of 05 March 2018 and are subject to change during the reconciliation process. (3) Misc Expenses may include bank charges, health and personal development, administration charges, camp/excursion costs and taxation charges. (4) Salaries and Allowances refers to school-level payroll.

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Northern Bay P-12 College All funds received from the Department, or raised by the school, have been expended, or committed to subsequent years, to support the achievement of educational outcomes and other operational needs of the school, consistent with Department policies, School Council approvals and the intent/purposes for which funding was provided or raised

Northern Bay College is currently in a fairly healthy financial position, ending the year with a surplus of $6,239,437.00. We received $6,046,776.40 in total (half in cash and half in credit) for Equity Funding along with various other grants including Building & Equipment grants for our Wexford and Tallis Campuses and the STEAM (Ford) Grant. Our surplus is made up of $1,500,000 as a cash reserve and the rest committed to various programs. This includes a $1,9million planned SRP deficit. This is primarily due to Equity Funding expenditure and also GITTC salaries (approx. $500,000). Almost a million dollars make up our School Based Programs as per below: Swimming in Schools GITTC VET Cluster Grant Building Equipment Grants Tallis & Wexford Fundraising NBC Community Clean Up Grant Staughton Vale Outdoor Education Centre STEAM (FORD) STEM Grant PST SPACE Save the Children Bully Stoppers EYKLN Koorie inclusive Positive Behaviour Sport in Schools Refugee & Asylum Seeker Wellbeing

$10,000.00 $100,333.00 $124,625.00 $195,037.00 $80,000.00 $6,600.00 $16,594.00 $102,720.00 $19,432.00 $23,000.00 $8,620.00 $21,545.00 $12,420.00 $37,056.00 $43,879.00 $22,915.00 $100,000.00 $934,776.00

Over the last couple of years, the College has also committed some funds to Building the School Pride with the development of Multi Sports Synthetic Turf Grounds in each of our Campuses. Goldsworthy and Peacock are complete and Tallis and Hendy will be completed by the start of Term 2, 2018. By the end of the year, Wexford will also be completed.

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