Each Varsity College campus has a Student Services building which provides an abundance of support for our students and their families. Facilitating the day-to-day procedures for the efficient running of our college, Student Services oversees the following areas: student absence, late arrival/early departure, sick bay, uniform support, facilities and maintenance.
On our Secondary Campus, our Deans of Students, Deputy Heads of School and Guidance Officers are also located in the Student Services building adjacent to Assembly Drive.
Visit Contact us to find out how to get in touch for general, finance and student absence enquiries.
To ensure the traffic zone operates effectively, the Primary Campus implements the following strategies to support the free flow of traffic. These strategies will require the cooperation of all families who utilise the area.
The Primary Campus seeks family support in ensuring students adhere to the above policies to promote safe practices so students are not put in potentially dangerous situations. If you have any questions in relation to these matters, please do not hesitate to contact the campus administration.
As a means of helping parents to better support our students, the Primary Campus conducts fortnightly 30 minute Parent Learning Lounges presenting information for parents on a range of topics. These are held in the Globe Building located beside the canteen covered area. Varsity College values its partnership with the community and endeavours to support parents in the education of their children, hence participation in the Learning Lounge program is deeply appreciated.
Where possible, presentation notes, slideshows or video will be accessible via the links below.
Suggestions for Parent Learning Lounge topics may be emailed to Mark Buzolic, Head of Department, Professional Practice, firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch for Learning Lounge notifications throughout the term via the College newsletter, emails and the Varsity App.
Anxiety Parent Seminar (PDF)
Bullying Presentation Parents (PDF)
Corrective Reading Parent Information Session (PDF)
Information for Parents (PDF)
Maths Problem Solving (PDF)
Understanding Learning Difficulties (PDF)
Persuasive Writing (PDF)
The internet is having an increasing influence on the social development of children and how they interact with each other. Social media, smart phones and other technologies provide children with wonderful opportunities to learn, be creative and socialise. However, just as with face-to-face interactions, sometimes bullying and harassment can occur online.
Find out more on how you can support your child with having a positive and safer online experience here (PDF).
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