Braemar News

Congratulations to Jason Rising of Year 11 on winning a Macedon Ranges Youth Award in the ‘Positive Mental Health Promotion’ category.

Jason won the award for the development of a mobile app called ‘Anxiety: Revelation of Mind’ that recreates the experience of rising anxiety through a game.

As part of the Semester One reports, some year levels have a section labelled ‘Student Comment’. This section provides those students with an opportunity to comment on their semester, in their own words.

Last Thursday and Friday, four teachers from Tokai, Japan, visited us up at Braemar. They came to experience, observe and teach in an Australian educational setting.

Tomorrow night is the debut performance of this year’s original production, The Curious Case of the Cookie.

Jacksons@Braemar has opened up trybooking for the next few weeks so that you can jump online and book your seat for lunch or dinner hosted by our talented VCE Hospitality students.

Tickets are available now for this year’s production, an original musical called The Curious Case of the Cookie.

Our new Woodend Campus continues to grow; you can now see substantial structural work as the campus begins to take shape! See the progress in our latest drone footage.

Woodend Campus Update 14

Earlier this year, four students were awarded Academic Scholarships for 2018. The scholarships were awarded based on academic achievement and each of the students and their families should be proud of their accomplishment.

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.

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