Sherbrooke Community School, situated in the leafy Dandenong Ranges, is a small Prep-12 government school that has been operating since 1985. With a capped student population of 160, students are grouped into four teaching teams; Prep – year 6, years 7-9, and VCE/VCAL years 10-12. Sherbrooke Community School is proud of the work it undertakes to provide a viable alternate educational setting. Sherbrooke students enjoy smaller class sizes enabling them to learn in an environment of inclusiveness and support.
We strive to develop a school community of empathic, passionate and active global citizens that strive for personal best. We endeavour to treat each student as a unique individual in a community setting.
Sherbrooke Community School believes in pathways for all. We offer academic and vocational pathways seeking to find the right match for each student to reach their destination, whether that choice be University, TAFE or training, or employment.
WORKING BEE, FRI NOV 14
Thanks so much to all the families who came to help at the last Working Bee. We got nearly all of our jobs done, but to help finish making the school 'fire-ready', we are having a final Working Bee for the year after school on Friday November 14. Refreshments will be provided, so please come along and lend a hand.
The adidas School Fun-Run came to Sherbrooke!
Well done to all those who finished the adidas School Fun-Run, held on Wednesday the 3rd of September 2014 at Ferny Creek Reserve.
It was a great day with lots of students from Prep to VCE level participating.
Altogether, students raised just over $1800 for school - a great achievement!
Thanks to all those who helped out or donated.
Kallista Market stall
Sherbrooke Community School Stall
Every 1st Saturday of the month
Kallista Markets - WEATHER PERMITTING
We have a regular monthly stall at Kallista Markets, as a way of raising funding and outreach in the community. We sell produce grown at the school, including - chestnuts and kiwi-fruit - as well as yummy baked goodies, and arts and crafts - made by parents and students. For more information on how you can get involved or contribute to the stall -
Contact: Kirsten Leah
Mob: 0431 931 725
great vic bike ride
Sat, 29th Nov - Sun, 7th Dec, 2014
To Download more information on the Great Vic Bike Ride -
tiffany bishop arts collective
The Grounds sub-committee meets every month, in the VCAL room. It is made up of committed parents, VCAL students and teachers. We have so much planned this year - including organising working bees, becoming a '5 star' sustainable school, as well as a plan for new Community Gardens at the school, and much much more! Come along and get involved in your school!
The next School Council meeting is on Wednesday, November 19, at 6.30pm in the Staff Room.
The Fund-raising sub-committee meets regularly to discuss ways of helping to fund-raise for the school. Please download the 2014 Fundraising Report here.
A group of students, teachers and parents are helping to drive our school to being a 5 star sustainable school. Please see DD for more information on how you too can get involved in the Sustainability Committee!
‘Resource Smart’ is a Government run programme and is available Australia-wide. There is no cost to be a member. Our school is signed up to make Energy efficiency improvements.
The School is looking at setting up a Community Garden. DD is proposing that the big veggie patch and adjacent orchard be opened up to the community. This would also include the greenhouse. If anyone is interested or knows how to set a community garden up could you please let DD know.
FROM THE OFFICE
school term dates:
Term 1. January 30 – 4 April 4
Term 2. April 22– 27 June 27
Term 3. July 14 – September 19
Term 4. October 6 – December 19
The latest newsletter for September/October is available. To download, see 'About' link, under 'Newsletters', or you can download it here.
'bupa around the bay' -