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On Friday 4 May 100 students from the 4 P-8 campuses went to the You Yangs to help celebrate the annual Mountain to Mouth Festival. Mountain to Mouth is a multi-award winning extreme arts walk that follows in the tradition of the Watharong traditional owners, creating a songline across Geelong.

The first ceremony was at the beginning of the walk - The Gathering of the Elders at Big Rock. From the guard of honour welcoming the 150 plus people who had come to celebrate this special event, to singing a beautiful chant and song conducted by choir master, Jonathon Welch, the children of Northern Bay certainly added a magical element to the ceremony.

Northern Bay continued to play an important of the festival by singing at the Gathering of the City, Friday night in Johnstone Park. Another amazing experience and performance by the students of Northern Bay
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It is with pleasure that we make available to our community our 2017 Annual Report. The information gathered within has been submitted to the Department of Education and Training and was presented to School Council on Wednesday 16 May.
The full report is easily read on our website link.
http://www.northernbaycollege.vic.edu.au/future-direction
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Recently there were a small number of school family members saying less than positive things about one of our campuses. College teachers or leaders cannot resolve anyone’s concerns through public derogatory statements on Facebook. Making sure your concerns are listened to is demanded by the government and clearly stated in our policy. We can all disagree without being disagreeable.
You are very much entitled to your opinion but please use the appropriate processes to find clarity or solutions.
As required, the College has a Policy to support problem solving.

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After consultation, School Council has agreed to make a change to College Uniform Policy Previously it was stated that Uniform change would occur at the end of year 5 for students entering Year 6 in the 6-8 Community. Since there are many families who now are eligible for Year 7 Uniform support - Council agreed that families could wait one more year if they wish before purchasing the Secondary Year 7-19 Uniform. The P-6 Uniform must not be worn in Year 7 inwards..
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A wonderful array of student work was on show recently at the Goldsworthy Campus. Please take this opportunity to view the creativity and skill of these children and young people from Prep to Year 11.
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Our 7-12 Carnival at Landy Field was very Victorian. Geelong showed us the famous 4 seasons in one day and the beautiful skies turned to wind and gusts before the storm washed out the afternoon program. The fun and very competitive relay events were the biggest omission,
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Members of our student body from junior campuses were the guests of Ford for an over night adventure which offered them the opportunity to view some of the latest technologies including robots and drones, but also a chance to be on the Today Show breakfast program. Thank you Ford.
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Cultural Diversity Week at the College was wonderful for all of our students and was particularly enjoyed at Hendy Campus.
Despite the rain at our BBQ and open classroom evening there were lots of great experiences to share and Friday's assembly made us very proud to be Australian and be one of the many cultures that make us an interesting and safe place to live.
Enjoy the photo gallery thanks to Kirsten Thomas
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Our Hendy Campus commemorated the 100 Years of Anzac in a very special way. While Campus leaders joined Mr Clarke and other leaders at the schools service in Geelong (See main web page for pictures) our students were outstanding in our own service. Inside the Library there is a wonderful display by students in P-5 supported by Mrs Banjanin and Mrs McArthur
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