As you may or may not know, here at this school we have groups of students who engage in DAV (Debaters Association of Victoria) Debating events. This year, we have two teams of debaters: Year 9 Team: Christina Shaiju, Aaliyah … Continue reading Celebrating Lyndale’s Debaters
On March 31st, our college ran our whole school Cross Country. Students dressed up in their house colours and creative costumes to run or walk along with their year level to gain points for their house. Munro took the win this year! We had an inflatable wipe-out course along with food trucks and music performance for students to enjoy. It was great day filled with great sportsmanship and fun. Congratulations to all the students heading of to the next level! Continue reading Cross Country
To celebrate Harmony Week at Lyndale Secondary College, we had two events going on at school! We had an activity day on the 22nd of March, and a parade on the 29th of the same month. Activity Day – 22nd March On the 22nd of March, we had our Harmony Activity Day! The teachers and some of the students helped out during Lunch to hold this event. We had students pin orange paper figurines and connect them to pins on the world map! We had other students make bracelets with the colour orange with the colours of their national flags. … Continue reading Harmony Week Events
On the 23rd of March, Lyndale Secondary College hosted an event for Pi day at lunchtime, consisting of activities around pi. Students from all year levels were welcomed to participate in a head-to-head, circle drawing and pi recitation competition. The pi competition was a great way for students to memorise the digits of pi. The winner of the pi recital had won with 26 digits of pi, while the runners up were close behind with 20. The intense circle drawing competition was conducted by Mr Anderson (Thank you!!!) and participated by students varying from all year levels trying their best … Continue reading Pi (𝛑) Day Event 2022
On the 3rd of March we had our Intermediate Boys and Girls Volleyball, Boys Cricket and Boys Tennis teams out representing the College. It was a great day with beautiful weather and heaps of fun. Everyone had a great time and came back with great results. The BOYS CRICKET team came in with an amazing 1st place. The BOYS VOLLEYBALL team placed at 3rd place, the BOY TENNIS team placed 4th and the GIRLS VOLLEYBALL team placed 4th. Well done to all student who participated and congratulations to the BOYS CRICKET team who will be progressing onto the Southern Metropolitan … Continue reading Interschool Sporting Event
On the 11th of March 2022, the district swim team headed out to Noble Park Aquatic center to compete against the other schools in our district. After a successful day, 10 out of 20 students were able to receive either a medal or a trophy for their excellent swimming. As well as our school coming home with the overall win for the third year running! Congratulations to the following individual winners: Veronica Thomas – Overall 2nd 12-13yrs GirlsAyla Ayas – Overall 2nd 14yrs GirlsAnderson Liew – Overall 2nd 14 yrs BoysAngela Liew – Overall 1st 15 yr GirlsFaraz Faiz – … Continue reading District Swimming Carnival
Description: At lunchtime on the 12th of February, the literacy club students conducted a very successful Valentines Day Letter Writing event in the learning center. Many students came to write letters to their loved ones, families, and friends. Special thanks … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Letter Writing Event 2022
Science has for centuries, been a male dominant academic area. In fact, most academic areas have been male dominant. Women have had a very small amount of impact in the various fields of science in the past, due to sexist beliefs. There have been so many restrictions to women and their right to do things. Voting, equal pay, fighting for their country and even having access to a proper education is still unavailable to many females of the world. As a female, I’m lucky to be able to study, read, write, and go to school in an era where it … Continue reading Women in Science
70 students from across Lyndale Secondary College participated in a survey over the last week. Some of the answers may surprise you, take a look! Continue reading Fun facts about students at Lyndale!
Reading coach Samuel went around Lyndale secondary college and asked students/teacher questions regarding their faith. He has collected information throughout the year 9 students and teachers. “We can all learn… is to always be open-minded and to never judge something … Continue reading How Lyndale students and teachers view religion?