Braemar News

On Monday 24 April, College staff, students, families, friends and old collegians were invited to participate in our tree planting project at our new campus. The project was planned in collaboration with Newham and District Landcare (Landcare) with a group of senior school students attending a training session with Landcare so that they could ac

On Wednesday 26 April, Braemar had nine students compete in the School Sport Victoria State Swimming Championships at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre. This was an amazing achievement for the College to be so well-represented at such a large event including competitors from primary and secondary school age groups.

In our latest Braemar News video meet Elise from Year 10 who will be visiting an African village and taking on service work during the school holiday break.

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Here’s what’s happening at Braemar College over forthcoming weeks:

After a number of years, the Braemar College Woodend campus is indeed becoming a reality.

After our planning permit was approved by the Macedon Ranges Shire Council, we worked with our architects Hayball, and sought tenders for the construction of Stage I (Middle School and Administration) of Braemar College’s Woodend campus.

Here’s what’s happening at Braemar College over forthcoming weeks:

The College will reopen tomorrow 23 February 2017, following today’s total fire ban.

Buses will run as normal.

A day of Total Fire Ban has been declared in the Central District for 22 February 2017. Students are not to be on site and buses will not be running. Students are to access their work via SEQTA. The Year 7 EXEAT Program will continue.

The College will reopen tomorrow 16 February 2017, following today’s total fire ban.

Buses will run as normal.

Congratulations to Matt Rigby, one of the Braemar College’s IT Support staff for being named EducationHQ’s 2017 Technology Unsung Hero.

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