A collection of student work from Term II and Term III, 2020.
One of the tasks the Junior English class set ourselves this term was to interview different members of the Alia community and find out how they have been coping with the lockdown.
Since March 2020, when COVID-19 concerns were raised and there were discussions of school campus closures, the staff at Alia College have been emailing the school community to keep them up to date and informed on the school’s approach and operations. Some of the emails to the community included ‘Messages from Bob’ which seemed to […]
This morning I attended an online whole school meeting. I came into the meeting to hear people saying it was Jono’s birthday, naturally we all then sang Happy Birthday to Jono. Bob (Principal) was singing too, but had his mic off. There were calls for him to then sing a solo – with his mic on this time. He was saved when someone called out that it was also Aidan’s birthday. We again sang Happy Birthday, this time Bob’s mic was on.
For the last few weeks of Term II Alia hosted a couple of student teachers from the Master of Teaching course at the University of Melbourne.
The Junior HASS class completed a timeline for the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT), which falls on the 17th of May, (so, a belated timeline) but hey, unprecedented times!
In Term 1, the theme in Junior Science was anything and everything about bees. These tiny insects play a massive role in the ecosystem and almost every food we eat is attributed to the bees. Before learning about them, all we knew was they are tiny yellow and black-striped fuzz balls that buzz around flowers […]
by Hagan (Teacher) The beginning of this school year took place at the Anglesea Family Caravan Park, where the oversized family of Alia College pitched our tents near the mouth of the Anglesea river. The weather was glorious. The cooking groups were successful. There was a pool. I remember one student remarking that cleaning up […]
This was such a busy end to the year, we had to put it all into one blog post otherwise you’d never know it happened!
the end of Term IV, ten students, three past students and two teachers went to Japan for two weeks on an educational tour of international culture, world food, mind-blowing architecture and Alia style drama.