by Hagan (English teacher) Nobody knew if camp would happen this year. Restrictions might have prevented it, and if not restrictions, the difficulty of finding a place that could take 60 or so people at short notice. What do you do when faced with such uncertainty? Go with what you know. We’ve camped at Euroa […]
Here are some takes from the stage fighting workshop run by Josh, the Drama Teacher, and the stage make-up workshop, run by Ruth, the Science Teacher, during Skills Week this year.
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.
Camp this year was so fun. The whole school went to Euroa Camping and Caravan Park.
By Giselle Bracewell The 2019 Snow Camp to Mount Buller was an absolute blast! We had a merry group of 8, and somehow, we managed to survive the week injury-free, without getting too sick of each other, and generally having a damn good time! Every night, after a packed day of skiing and snowboarding, we […]
by Hagan Mathews Jonathan was proud of his initiative. When the bus pulled up to the Stoney Rises property just outside of Colac he had beaten his peers to be first out the door and open the gate. As the bus rolled through he flashed a big grin and casually leaned back, master of the […]
Earlier this week, VCE Biology students and Kim went along to GTAC in Parkville. Here, students got to use compound light microscopes and staining methods to prepare a range of cell types (bacteria, plant, protist and animal cells) to explore cell structures and the functions of key organelles, before examining their slides by light microscopy […]
by Tomer Berkowitz As 2018 drew to a close, the staff and students at Alia hitched up their pants and made their way up north to the town of Euroa. Euroa, for those who are unfamiliar with the place, is confident in what it is and what it can offer, summed up best by the […]