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State Education Excellence Awards

13 November 2016

State Education Excellence Awards

This week were pleased to celebrate the outstanding achievement for our Business Manager, Shirley Niblett.  Shirley was awarded Business Manager of the Year at the recent Victorian Education Excellence Awards.  A very well deserved award to an outstanding and passionate Lara Secondary College staff member and leader.

Shirley Niblett is devoted to building capacity and excellence in business managers in Victorian government schools.  Described by her…

Lara Young Creatives Day

13 November 2016

Creative talents

Lara Young Creatives was a celebration of our Arts and Technology students and their work, on Saturday 5th November.  This was truly a magnificent presentation and celebration of our school Rock Bands, Stage Bands, Individual instrumental  and voice performances, along with the outstanding display of art work. As always the solo and group drama performances were to say the least -   brilliant . Congratulations to all involved and thank you to the enormous support …

Class of 2016 Graduate

01 November 2016

What a magnificent celebration Graduation Night was for our Year 12 students and their families.   The evening was extremely well attended by over 600people including teachers both past and present – you may well recognize some “old” faces on our front page.  What a wonderful testament to the strength of the positive relationships developed between students and staff at Lara Secondary College.   This was a time of very mixed emotions for all involved in this special evening.  A huge thanks to S…

Indigenous Literacy Day fundraiser

02 October 2016

On Wednesday the 7th of September staff and students came dressed up as a book character for a gold coin donation in support of the     Indigenous Literacy Foundation.

Characters on the day included Wally, some wonderful wizards, Wimpy Kids, Matilda, and we discovered that students at LSC  really enjoy reading Manga as several came dressed as a Manga character.

We also held a Great Book Swap where participants bought in a loved book from home, to swap, and a gold coin to be able to take h…


02 October 2016

The Year 11 Outdoor Education class went on an excursion to Lake Mountain on Friday August 26th. They left at 5-30am and returned at 6.45pm – a BIG DAY! After a lot of rain in the days preceding the trip, it snowed all day and the temperature was minus one degree celsius.

It was the first snow experience for many of the students. Students learned to walk, stop and go downhill on cross-country skis. One   injured student, unable to ski, donned snow shoes for the day.

I got to know peopl…


02 October 2016

The Year 9 students in Pulse Radio focus group led by Mr Wang have been working hard towards a half an hour radio show in Term 3 by tackling issues related to youth. They managed to make a real impact on the thinking of the people involved in these issues. This connection program provided them an opportunity to express their thoughts on radio and helped them gain employability skills. The local community radio station - 94.7 The Pulse appreciated the diversity of students’ perspectives and voic…

Connections - Community Sport

09 September 2016

Students involved in the Community Sport focus group have been learning about sports practices throughout the community.  The aim of the Community Sport group has been to learn about coaching and leadership and what impact positions of responsibility can have on local sporting teams.  Students have researched and observed different coaching styles and learnt how to plan lessons/sessions to train a team.

The first excursion was to Etihad Stadium in Melbourne for a guided tour. The students…


09 September 2016


22 August 2016

First Game:

We played really well, but we were still learning which was okay. People waited for the ball instead of chasing for it, but we were still learning game tactics and play. We lost a goal but not to our fault, just well played by the opposition Bellarine. We started to develop more defence and midfield play. We kept our structured positions.

Dylan R in his first game at goalkeeper was amazing and must have stopped at least ten shots. Tyler B-M positioned himself well as our high f…


22 August 2016

Are you sick and tired of these cold winter mornings? Then, come and join us at the LSC Breakfast Club in room 311, every Tuesday and Friday. Breakfast is available for free to all students, from 8.20am to 8.55am.

Former student Fiona Foster and Lara Secondary staff member Sally Ong kindly volunteer their mornings every week to help fill the bellies of LSC students, prepping them for a busy day.

Research shows that having breakfast in the morning can increase concentration and physical perf…