Future Direction

When completely rebuilt our College will have five state-of-the-art campuses. There are four P-8 campuses in each of the following: Peacock Campus in Norlane;  Hendy Campus in Corio;  Tallis Campus in Norlane and Wexford Campus, Corio. There is one campus providing educational facilities for years 9 to 12 at Goldsworthy Campus in Corio.

Our new buildings reflect the latest in educational and environmentally friendly design. They feature flexible learning spaces which allow students to work in a variety of ways, with plenty of natural ventilation and light for optimal learning conditions.

We believe that excellent learning can only come through high quality teaching and sound educational leadership.  We are committed to creating the best possible learning environment for our students.

Northern Bay College aims to promote a planned, seamless and integrated path from kindergarten through to year twelve providing students with a pathway to VCE, VET, and VCAL, and as a result of strong links with local tertiary providers, on to further education or employment. The Northern Bay Challenge is an exciting initiative to embed successful learning outcomes in our community.

As a College we aim to continue to do things differently and better, to make Northern Bay College a school of choice and to provide a solid pathway into further education or employment.

The following College Documentation is available to our community.

The Annual Report to our community



The 2015 - 2018 Strategic Plan    

Northern Bay College Strategic Plan 2015 - 2018 Northern Bay College Strategic Plan 2015 - 2018 (4667 KB)

The 2018 Annual Implementation Plan is a guide to the College's plans to achieve our goals. Read Here



Northern Bay College is involved in a range of forums looking at the wider school community and information assists the planning of both our work and the agencies and organisations working for our families and children.

Two documents may be of interest:

The Well-being Report

Communities That Care Youth Survey Report 2015