Lake Tuggeranong College | Cowlishaw Street, Tuggeranong ACT 2900 | Phone: 6205 6222 | Fax: 6205 6202 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lake Tuggeranong College (LTC) is situated 20 km south of Canberra city, the capital of Australia. It overlooks picturesque Lake Tuggeranong and has tree-lined suburbs to the east and the bustling Tuggeranong Town Centre to the west. Lake Tuggeranong College makes an immediate impression on visitors with stunning architecture, taking full advantage of the lakeside setting. Incorporated in a modern complex of tastefully finished buildings are facilities unrivalled in Australia.
Our Vision: Respect, Contribute, Learn And Succeed
Jing Yin went on an excursion to China with her students and brought back some great photos!
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31 Oct 2013
2013 Year Books
Year 12 students can now purchase their 2013 yearbook at the front office for $25.
14 Nov 2013
In line with ACT Government sustainability program and AuSSI Program (Australian Sustainable Schools Initiative), we are going to be providing some bin stations in the courtyard for students to become more aware of recycling. The bin stations will house two bins – 1 red lidded for general waste and 1 yellow lidded for co-mingled recyclables. The things that can go into the yellow lidded bins are: plastic bottles and containers, soft drink cans, paper, cardboard, glass bottles – basically the things you put in your recycle bin at home. There will also be 1 comingled recycling bin in the student common room. Please support this recycling initiative in an effort to make Lake Tuggeranong College a sustainable school.
14 Nov 2013
There is a rumour going around that the formal has been cancelled. This rumour is FALSE. The formal is going ahead in the Grand Ballroom at the National Convention Centre at 6.00pm for a 6.30pm start and finishing at approximately 11.00pm. There will be a three course meal and non-alcohol drinks provided. Also included in the night is a DJ and a photo booth providing instant photos. The photo booth will hold up to 15 people and there will be costume props to add a bit of fun to your photos.
14 Nov 2013
Working With Vunerable People
What the Working With Vulnerable People Act means for parents who volunteer at college
Since the introduction of the Working With Vulnerable People Act, some parents and members of the Lake Tuggeranong College community have been expressing uncertainty about the need for volunteers to register with the Office of Regulatory Services to provide volunteer services to the college.
Volunteers who regularly work with students in classrooms or regularly make contact with students during other college activities will need to be registered. If you are unsure whether you need to be registered, please contact the principal, Julie Murkins, on 6205 6222 or email@example.com
Some volunteers may choose not to register but to continue supporting the college by reducing the number of days on which they work so as to avoid exceeding statutory limits. There may also be opportunities for volunteers to participate in forms of work which are not considered education activities or involve contact with students and do not require volunteers to be registered.
Where this is not possible, it may be necessary to apply for a Working With Vulnerable People (WWVP) card. There is no cost for volunteers.
The new Working With Vulnerable People scheme has meant that all volunteers, new and continuing, will need to complete a new School Volunteer Nomination Form and to sign in each day they work at Lake Tuggeranong College.
We are strengthening protection for children, but we depend on our volunteers in a variety of ways and look forward to your continued support in whatever capacity you choose.
For more detailed information,
http://www.det.act.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/501249/Working-with-Vulnerable-People-Information-for-volunteers.pdf or the ORS website here: http://www.ors.act.gov.au/community/working_with_vulnerable_people .
16 Dec 2013