Instant Translation of DET Webpages

Step 1: Find your DET webpage e.g.
https://www.education.vic.gov.au/parents/learning/Pages/home-learning.aspx

Step 2: Scroll to bottom of the page until you find the Google Translate symbol:

Step 3: Click on ‘Select Language’, you can then choose from the list of 108 community languages


Step 4: The DET webpage will be translated into the language you have selected.

*Please note this translation tool uses Google Translate, it is intended as a guide and may not be accurate. Google Translate may produce translations that contain significant grammatical errors. Some parents and carers of EAL students may not have literacy in English or their home language. Contacting families via phone using telephone interpreters and providing simplified English information with graphics can help support communication with families.

Important information for parents – COVID-19 Update

Following advice from the Victorian Government, Noble Park English Language School will be moving to remote and flexible learning from Term 2 (starting on Wednesday, 15 April 2020).

This is a step all Victorian government schools are taking to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). This means that all students who can learn at home must learn from home. This is a very clear directive from the Victorian Government based on the advice of the Chief Health Officer.

We will continue to offer limited on-site learning for those students who need to access this, including for students on days when they are not able to be supervised at home and no other arrangements can be made.  We will provide further information about this shortly.

The Department’s latest advice on coronavirus can be found at https://www.education.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

It is important that we work together and support each other during this challenging time. We will be in touch with staff and parents and carers shortly with further details of what remote and flexible learning will look like at our school.

In the meantime, you might find it useful to look at the Department’s Learning from Home website. It provides resources and guidance for teachers and parents and carers. https://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/department/Pages/learningfromhome.aspx

International Day Concert 2017

International Day Concert 2017

On Friday 1st September, Noble Park campus and Casey campus both hosted the International Day Concert to celebrate cultural diversity. Students dressed up in beautiful cultural costumes and showcased performances unique to their cultures. There were Armenian wedding dance, pop song from China, African dance, French sings, Afghani fashion parade, Cambodian coconut shell dance, a magic show and many more. Thanks to all staff who helped organise this event.

Casey campus Open Morning

Casey campus Open Morning

Casey campus celebrated a successful open morning with fifteen primary and secondary mainstream teachers from local schools coming to observe EAL new arrival classes in action at Casey campus.

Chinese Dance Performance

Chinese Dance Performance

Today, students at the Noble Park campus enjoyed a delightful Chinese Dance Performance to celebrate cultural diversity. Students even learned different dance moves and various Chinese phrases with the performer. Thanks very much to Ms Geeta for organising this event.

Celebrating NAIDOC Week with Western Creation

Celebrating NAIDOC Week with Western Creation

Noble Park English Language School has always placed an emphasis on educating our students about Australian history and Aboriginal history. Just like previous years, we celebrated NAIDOC Week and Sorry Day with a very special performance by Big Al and his sons from Western Creations. Students participated in fun Aboriginal dances and learnt about indigenous culture. Thanks very much for the excellent performances, and thanks to the hardworking staff who organised this amazing event.

Topsy Turvy Dress Up Day

Topsy Turvy Dress Up Day

On Friday 9th December, Noble Park Campus had a Topsy Turvy Dress Up day. Students and teachers could wear their tops and jackets backwards, different shoes, mismatching socks and any whacky funky costumes!

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