The 2018 Annual Student Photos will be taken on Thursday 8th February, for students in Years 9-12, (Broadmeadows Campus) and on Friday 9th February, for students in Years 7- 8, (Glenroy Campus)Continue Reading
Check out the fantastic Art work created by our talented students!Continue Reading
Please click the link below to view our proposed Masterplan:
Penola Catholic College's plan is to create a 'Future Earth Sustainable Garden' for the Glenroy Junior Campus. Our idea has a dry creek bed, a water tank, solar powered pump and lights, a sculpture made from recycled materials, drought tolerant native plants and native ferns. We are supporting the 2017 Science Week theme of 'Future Earth' by turning a bare space into a garden that will promote sustainability and enhance the learning of our students in Ecosystem and Renewable Energy studies.
The total project cost is $3 715.00
The major costs associated with the project are
Item 1 Creek bed materials $450
Item 2 1000L water tank & pump $965
Item 3 Plumbing materials $100
Item 4 Plants & mulch $1200
Item 5 Solar panels & lights $500
Item 6 Sculpture from recycled materials $500
The $1,000 grant will be used to purchase the solar panels and lights and to build the sculpture. These items will add to the educational value of the garden the opportunity for curriculum links.
The remaining funds will be provided by the school.
Please find below a copy of the information you would have received at the Year 9 and 10 Senior Programs Evening on Tuesday 25th July.
All government and non-government schools in Australia are required to participate in the annual Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (the national data collection).
This notice contains information to help prepare your school to participate in the 2017 national data collection.
Penola Catholic College: United as ONE!Continue Reading
Broadmeadows MP Frank McGuire held his Side by Side ANZAC Day ceremony for the first time at the Maygar Barracks in Broadmeadows where the Diggers, Light Horsemen and Victoria Cross winners were trained and dispatched to fight at Gallipoli and the Western Front.