Week 4 News

In this week’s news:

  • Knitting for Community
  • Heather’s Auditions
  • College Connect
  • Keys to Success

Knitting for Community

A really lively and engaged group of students have joined Julie to sit and knit together each Wednesday as part of the College Connect program.  The original session was so successful that a call went out to our families to see if there were any stashes of wool and/or knitting needles lying about, and we were inundated with generous donations!  And a good thing, too, as the second session had even MORE student knitters AND two staff members who wanted to help!

Grace Clark and Alannah Tough. Knit one pearl one.

The group is diverse and keen – making it an absolute treat. We have ambitions: we might drape our finished products over trees at the Arboretum or make squares into blankets and donate to the hospitals and aged care places in Canberra. Either way, there is already a wonderful sense of community and “connectedness” in the group. 

Heather’s Auditions

Students and staff alike are pretty excited at the prospect of working on this award-winning dark comedy musical based on the 1988 cult movie ‘Heathers’. Performances will be early in semester two so stay tuned for more details.

Auditions took place in week 3 for all those students keen to land themselves a lead role. Close to 30 students attended the auditions, making our job of casting the 10 leads roles and the additional supporting roles that much harder. 

The cast has now been chosen – huge congratulations to the successful students and rehearsals for the whole cast will start in earnest in Week 4. 

“Beautiful. It’ll be so Very.”

Auditioning for “Heathers”- Reanna Pulsford

College Connect – “Where good ideas THRIVE”

College Connect continued to run smoothly this week with some students trying to attend two activities during the one hour time slot. This week we have a pictorial featuring Ultimate Frisbee and Music Collaboration.

Next week the students will be able to continue to use the Eventbrite application to register their attendance at Year Group meetings on March 4th.

This week we have keep the links, live so the students can continue to enroll in the activity of their choice in Week 6.

Students can use the same process for College Connect using the links below to register their attendance at one of the many College Connect activities. By simply using the QR code that has been emailed to them.

Please select from the following links to receive your QR code for the year group meeting and College Connect in week 6 .







Keys to Success

Keys to Success 2020 has been a great success (ha, ha) so far! 

What were the most useful tips from today’s session? Students say –

  • All of it!
  • The steps showing how to organise your time
  • The different stages of doing an assignment
  • Learning how to use databases and Google search tips
Great tips for doing an assignment!


The Lake Tuggeranong College blog is a place for stories so if you would like to contribute a story about one of our Year 11, Year 12 or alumni contributing to the broader community we would love to hear from you. If you can include a photograph in .jpeg format with the story that would be terrific.

Please send your contribution to richard.baldwin@ed.act.edu.au

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