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Community news – 13 stories

  • 2023 Cricket Blast After School Program

    16 January 2023

    Woolworths Cricket Blast WWCB is an action-packed program for Australian kids between the ages of 5 to 10 of all abilities who want to learn the basic skills of cricket in a fun and friendly environment. We are pleased to announce that we have four WWCB sessions on offer right here at Al Siraat College as an after school program on… Read more

    2023 Cricket Blast After School Program
  • Baseline January Holiday Youth Activities

    9 January 2023

    Baseline for young people is putting together some great summer school holiday events aimed at young people aged 10 – 18 years. Please refer to the related publication below for further information. Read more

    Baseline January Holiday Youth Activities
  • Have your say: Quarry Hills Regional Parkland Future Directions Plan

    19 December 2022

    Local Quarry Hills Regional Parkland in our direct neighbourhood is the largest regional park in the City of Whittlesea. The 330-hectare parkland will ultimately expand to cover approximately 1100 hectares and will be home to some exciting new facilities including Granite Hills Major Community Park and an Aboriginal Gathering Place… Read more

    Have your say: Quarry Hills Regional Parkland Future Directions Plan
  • Badminton Shuttle Smash for kids

    19 December 2022

    Badminton Australia are hosting a Shuttle Smash public launch event on Sunday, 5th February at Melbourne Sport & Aquatic Centre for children aged 5 to 12 years of age. Designed to develop young children’s physical, cognitive, social and psychological abilities, badminton is a sport that is low-impact, high intensity and full of fun! . The… Read more

    Badminton Shuttle Smash for kids
  • Youth Environment Summit Working Group

    28 November 2022

    The City of Whittlesea Youth Services are seeking expressions of interest from young people who have a passion for the environment, to co-design the "City of Whittlesea’s Youth Environmental Summit 2023". IMPORTANT . The first Youth Summit meeting is on Thursday, 15th December 2022 from 4pm – 5.30pm. More meetings will be scheduled in the… Read more

    Youth Environment Summit Working Group
  • Free Outdoor Fitness Camps in Wollert

    15 November 2022

    Live Life Get Active are a national health promotion charity who tackles issues like mental health, obesity and diabetes by getting communities moving and exercising together in their local parks. These sessions are run by awesome local fitness trainers. FREE adults fitness classes are now running every week night at 7pm at the Lendlease… Read more

    Free Outdoor Fitness Camps in Wollert
  • Sport and Recreation Victoria: State of Play Survey

    2 November 2022

    The State of Play Attitudinal Survey is taking the pulse of the state on certain topics to help shape the future of sport and active recreation in Victoria – and you’re invited to have your say. The survey, distributed by Sport and Recreation Victoria, will measure certain attitudes of Victorians towards sport and active recreation and… Read more

    Sport and Recreation Victoria: State of Play Survey
  • Wanted: School Crossing Supervisors

    16 October 2022

    City of Whittlesea are recruiting for school crossing supervisors in our local area of Epping, Wollert, Mernda, Doreen, South Morang and Thomastown. The City of Whittlesea has 160 children’s school crossings, with the majority including a School Crossing Supervisor, or 'lollipop person' to help young children cross the road before and… Read more

    Wanted: School Crossing Supervisors
  • Family Violence Flyers in Multi-Language

    12 July 2022

    These flyers inform community members, victims, and adults using family violence, about support services that are available in the northern metropolitan region. The flyers contain information in English, Arabic, Assyrian, Chinese, Hindi, Punjabi and Vietnamese. Read more

    Family Violence Flyers in Multi-Language
  • A parent guide to the language of wellbeing

    11 May 2022

    Wellbeing, SEL, mental health are just some terms that our young people are more familiar with than we ever were, writes Lucy Barrat on the Parents Website. In the article below, she provides a summary of the various terms in the form of a handy glossary. Read the article here… Read more

    A parent guide to the language of wellbeing
  • Earth Hour 2022

    23 March 2022

    We encourage our school community to register and be part of this year’s Earth Hour to demonstrate our support for the switch to a renewables-based economy for Australia. WWF’s Earth Hour is the world’s biggest movement to protect our planet. We all have the power to Shape Our Future 🌏. For one hour or more tomorrow night, we ask that… Read more

    Earth Hour 2022
  • Congratulations to Raabia R.

    22 February 2021

    Congratulations to our Primary student Raabia R. from Year 5/6G6 for being amongst the winners of the City of Whittlesea’s "Super Kids Festival". City of Whittlesea celebrated Children’s Week 2020 with a "Super Kids Festival" and had received numerous quest entries. Raabia’s awesome entry made it to their Top 10, mashaAllah. Raabia was… Read more

    Congratulations to Raabia R.
  • Road Safety Presentation by Council

    27 February 2020

    Representatives from City of Whittlesea’s Community Engagement & Prevention team gave a brief presentation at Al Siraat College this week about Road Safety around the school. Council members answered several questions from the community about plans to make the traffic flow easier around the school and shared some valuable information on… Read more

    Road Safety Presentation by Council
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