The office will be closed this Thursday 28 March.

This Office will re-open on Tuesday, 2 April - Friday 5 April (8:00AM - 4:00PM).

Closed: Monday, 8 April - Friday 12 April.

The Office will open: Monday 15 April (8:00AM - 4:30PM).

Winter Uniform Changeover

All students are required to be in full and correct winter uniform by Monday 29 April.

Even though it is still quite warm at the moment, make sure you are organised and that your winter uniform still fits and is in a good condition.

New items of uniform can be purchased from Noone’s Uniforms in Corio St or online at

Open Day 2024
Attenance Matters

Cyber Safety - Parent Information Evening “Growing Up Online”

To register, please RSVP ~

Growing Up On Line

Harmony Week 2024 In The Library: Everyone Belongs

The NDC library has a great display of cultural items and depiction of national flags. Emmi Rachele has put together a welcoming static display for everyone at the College to view and appreciate the many cultural backgrounds that make up our students and staff.

Harmony Day

Notre Dame College celebrated Harmony Day with a full school assembly. Students were encouraged to wear their traditional national costumes, wave flags in an opening parade and to participate in traditional dance. With the strains of “I am Australian” belted out loud and proud by our singers and musicians it really was a wonderful day of celebration, of unification and of respect and pride.

Daborra 2024

Year 9 students set off bright and early on Monday to travel to their Daborra camps held at Barmah, Cathedral Ranges, Gembrook, Falls Creek and Yarrawonga.

Daborra Gembrook

Here are a few photos of the girls group at Gembrook bravely attempting the rock climbing wall, abseiling and the high ropes course.

Daborra Yarrawonga

Daborra - Cathedral Ranges

Daborra - Falls Creek

Year 11 Environmental Science at Philip Island

On Monday March, the Year 11 Environmental Science class set off for Phillip Island.

The aim of the stay was to collect data along the rocky shore for AOS3 Individual Student Investigations. Information was collected and many specimens were found and photographed.

We were also fortunate enough to see the Eastern Barred Bandicoot and the Little Penguin at the famous Penguin Parade, as well as trek through many different ecosystems. What a wonderful adventure and fun time we had.

Outdoor and Environmental Studies Unit 3

Last month the Outdoor and Environmental Studies (OES) Unit 3 students participated in the Coastal and Grampians camp where they visited a wide variety of environments and sites to collect information and data for their logbooks.

Students engaged in surfing at Warrnambool as well as bush walking and camping in the Grampians.

Along the way they stopped at Macarthur Wind Farm, Hopkins River in Warrnambool and key cultural, historical and environmental attractions within the Grampians National Park and Stawell area.

Their educational and cultural presentations included talks by Gunditjmara staff at Tower Hill and talks by the Middle Island Project staff about the Maremma guardian dogs and Penguin Protectors program at Warrnambool.

An enjoyable and memorable learning experience was had by all.

OES Unit 1 Camp

The Outdoor and Environmental Studies (OES) Unit 1 students, enjoyed their time canoeing from Yarrawonga to Cobram on their recent camp. Students were able to develop their understanding of the Murray River environment whilst developing their skills in paddling techniques.

Students had a wonderful time and are already looking forward to their next adventure.