We're really proud to have recently been named a winner at the Bendigo Sustainability Awards. VCC was noted to be, “Instilling responsibility into the mindsets of students around sustainability practices and awareness for the environment.”
On Saturday 25th February, VRT travelled to Cranbourne to compete in the first event of the Victorian HPV series. VRT entered a Junior Open and Secondary Open team in the 6-hour race. Of the 20 students who attended, 8 experienced HPV racing for the first time.
Our chapel class have been learning about love and appreciation and put this into action by writing encouraging notes. The notes were placed in a 'jar of love' and presented to Leon and Shane, our dedicated maintenance and groundskeeping team.
Check out our facebook video of the students presenting them with their 'jar of love'.
Year 9 and 10 students recently participated in the Duke of Edinburgh elective, and completed their adventurous journey by hiking 70km’s between Vaughan Springs and VCC along the Goldfields Track. Students spent nights camping in historic Chewton, on top of Mount Alexander and in the Box-Ironbark surrounds of South Mandurang. Overcast and wet conditions couldn’t dampen spirits, with students demonstrating positive attitudes and a collective determination to finish the hike. All that participated should be extremely proud of their efforts.