Thank you to Jasper (Yr 12) and their parent Anna for an incredible contribution to Alia history — Jasper and Anna made a gingerbread house based on the Alia College floor plan, and the result was amazing!
We feel like a school again. There are loud conversations in the foyer, laughter, quiet classes, noisy classes, robust conversations and best of all happy eyes (and, we assume, happy faces under the masks!).
by Hagan (English teacher) At the end of Term IV, we moved the bees from from their winter hive into a summer hive. The winter hive is smaller, so the bees don’t get too cold. The summer hive is larger, so the bees can keep cool by moving air through the hive. When it gets […]
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!
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!
At Arts Night, friends and family are invited to Alia to view the work students have been doing in the arts over the semester.
Shortly after the end of exams, on 23 November, the Alia College class of 2018 had their graduation ceremony. Held at the Augustine Centre, the ceremony was a celebration of all of the hard work, effort, and achievements of the Year 12s, and a chance to congratulate them on completing their VCE. The Year 12 […]
The Respectful Relationships team this year held an exciting event, in which students were asked to design a T-shirt that provoked or encouraged discussion around topics we have been looking at in Health this year; Contraception (Years 9 and 10), Sexting, Consent, Discrimination, Bullying, Gendered Language and Stereotypes. We are so impressed by the designs and […]