Week 13/14 News (Semester 1, 2022)

What’s going on at LTC?

  • Small Group Tours of LTC
  • National Careers Week
  • Student Excellence
  • Extension English for Year 10 Students
  • LTC Drama
  • Excursions
  • Pirates Can Knit
  • Keys to Success – LTC Library

Small Group Tours of LTC

Lake Tuggeranong College is offering exclusive, small group school tours in Term 2 for interested prospective students and parents.

These COVID safe tours will give an insider view of the college. You’ll have an opportunity to see the beautiful facilities, meet expert staff, and get a feel for the college.

Sessions are available Tuesday – Friday at  11am, 12pm, 2pm and 5pm and will run for an hour. Please note the 5pm session is not available on Fridays

These sessions commence Thursday 12 May and end on Friday 1 July.

If you would like to book in a session please register here.

National Careers Week

Make sure to head over to Pav 6 for National Careers Week (23rd – 27th May). Check out the program below.

National Careers Week aims to celebrate careers, career development, career development services, and career development practitioners and to promote the economic, social and personal benefits of career development.

Career development is a process of managing learning, work and leisure to progress through life. It includes gaining and using the skills and knowledge needed to plan and make informed decisions about education, training, and work. Everyday decisions and priorities affect career development.

Ultimately, career development is about much more than jobs – it is about how to live your life.

Student Excellence

Congratulations to Caitlyn Fogarty on receiving an ACT Government Staff Award for her work on #reconcilitation.

Extension English for Year 10 Students

On Wednesday afternoons throughout Term 2, Year 10 students gather at LTC to participate in an Extension English opportunity.

Each week, different English teachers from Lake Tuggeranong lead students through an area of English and encourage them to analyse further, think deeper and improve their English skills.

Students have come from five different schools: Wanniassa High, Caroline Chisholm School, Calwell High, Namadgi School and Lanyon High.

The program is overseen by Matt Dixon, Jenni Holder and Letitia Deo and is designed to support students in their transition from high school to college. It is also a commitment to quality learning and academic excellent across the Tuggeranong Valley.

LTC Drama

As part of their formal assessment, Drama students have been performing scenes from a diverse range of plays such as The Glass Menagerie, Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Chicago.


With COVID restrictions behind us, our Tourism and Event Management students headed out of the classroom to the Australian War Memorial, National Gallery of Australia and the National Portrait Gallery.

Year 11 and 12 Business students also experienced a day-in-the-life of a university student at the University of Canberra. In this photo: a breakout session learning about digital marketing structures and strategies.

Pirates Can Knit

Preservice teachers from UC joined Ranjan’s knitting group (one of our many College Connect activities)… on Pirate Day.

Keys to Success – LTC Library

All LTC students can undertake Keys to Success sessions as:

  • single sessions that interest you during College Connect upstairs in the Library
  • webinars on LTClibrary.com

Blog information

Do you have a positive story to share about our students or alumni?

Here at the blog, we are happy to publish stories, photos and artworks.

Please submit your material to scott.montoyaval@ed.act.edu.au

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