Entries by Emily Cavanough

Congratulations Class of 2020

We are pleased to share news of our VCE results. While our results were not as strong as recent years, through dedication from both staff and students we managed a challenging year with commitment, resilience and care. The median still reflects a solid result from all students, with the median study score for the Class […]

Connections Magazine December 2020 Edition

In what was a very different year to what we expected, this final edition of Connections magazine for 2020 reflects on the extraordinary year that was, and the different challenges and celebrations across our school community. We also dip into some archival gems and share a salted caramel panna cotta recipe from the Swipers Gully […]

OPEN DAY for ELC – Year 12 on Saturday 27 February 2021 (postponed)

We regretfully advise that we have made the difficult decision to postpone our Open Day scheduled for Saturday 27 February. It has become increasingly apparent that the complexities involved in providing a COVIDSafe environment, while accommodating ever changing guidelines and restrictions, would adversely impact on the intent and value of this important event. It is […]

First Light – Sculptor Galaxy

On Thursday 22 October 2020, ELTHAM College’s largest telescope celebrated a meaningful milestone: First Light. First Light is the term used in the astronomy community to describe the first image taken on a telescope. Pictured above you’ll see the results of this First Light, a beautiful image of the Sculptor Galaxy. The Sculptor Galaxy (NGC […]

Microsoft Surface Lighthouse School

ELTHAM College is a Microsoft Surface Lighthouse School. As a member of this group of schools, our College gains access to professional learning events, experiences and dialogue to help maintain our staff professional capacity to respond to the ever changing world of technology. Collaborating with other schools on effective use of technology for learning aligns […]

AI for Good Success

Year 10 students Ada and Liza received second place in the AI for Good Victorian State Finals. Here is their recap: The Microsoft AI for Good School Challenge is an annual initiative for Year 7 – 12 students. Participants work in teams on a design thinking challenge to dream up a creative way AI could […]