30 November 2020 With the end of term quickly approaching many student projects are being finalised. Film making has been part of the learning this term in Class 10A English. Students have been exploring the effects of media, and are working hard on creating their own news programs. Groups have spent time drafting scripts, filming, and editing videos in post-production, and have shown incredible creativity in their work. They are looking forward to presenting their programs t
December 2020 International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women was acknowledged through a ceremony at Wagga’s Women’s Health Centre on Wednesday 25 November.
College Vice-Captains, Olivia Weeks and Jack Rowley, were part of a cohort of Wagga students who participated in the service. “The tragedy of lives lost within family groups due to domestic violence is being talked about openly. We learnt that as a community we are responsible for change - it was an encour
DECEMBER 2020 Last week College Captains, Kate Armstrong and Noah Tasker, represented the College at the Student Leader Mayoral Breakfast.
School Leaders from across the secondary schools of Wagga had the opportunity to consider our community’s crime prevention program, identify the most pressing issues and propose strategies to combat the three top issues voted on by the leaders: domestic violence, drug related crime and breaking and entering. It was a great time of collabor
2 December 2020 Year 11 Business Students at Wagga Wagga Christian College have a reputation for achieving success in the Foundation of Young Australians (FYA), $20 Boss Challenge. For the last three years a team of Year 11 Business Studies students at the College have won either the State or National Finals of this in-school challenge. This year the trend continues and Christian College students, Merridy Glazebrook, Rori Peat, Nath Yorong and Indiana Chilby, have succeeded i