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Teams in Residence -Term 3 2019

Schools teams in attendance at the ALPINE SCHOOL CAMPUS for our Term 3 2019 Alpine School SSL program are from:

  • Elwood College
  • Yarram Secondary College
  • Glen Eira College
  • Doveton College
  • Lakes Entrance Secondary College
  • Sale College
  • Brighton Secondary College

Term 3 2019 School for Student Leadership program at the Alpine School Campus commences:
- Sunday 21 July 2019 (Student Arrival)
– Saturday 21 September 2019 (Student Departure)

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CLP Projects - Term 3, 2019

During Term 3 2019, the following Community Learning Projects (CLP) have been developed by each of the School Teams attending the Alpine School Campus as part of their School for Student Leadership Program. These CLPs relate to their home and school communities.

  • Elwood College - Compost/ Community Garden
  • Yarram Secondary College - Reduce Environmental Footprint at school
  • Glen Eira College - Bring Christmas to the Homeless
  • Maffra Secondary College - Pump Track
  • Doveton College -Celebrate Diversity
  • Sale College - Mentoring program for students
  • Brighton Secondary College - Organise a School Fair
Parents Bulletins & Letters - Final

"Parenting teenagers is a bit like whitewater rafting - but I want you to have both sides of the picture. Scary, hectic, and uncomfortable - yes; but also thrilling, stimulating, challenging and ultimately very rewarding”.
- Ian Grant.

“Of all the natural events that occur in the family life cycle, the emergence of adolescence is the one most likely to test parental flexibility and tolerance.” Dr. Michael Carr-Gregg1

September 13 2019 - FINAL Letter From The Alpine School. (Altitude 1600m).

Letter Snapshot...

Hello again and for the last time this term. I am hoping this letter reaches you before your son/daughter has returned home.

Here we are at the start of our final week and I think that students see that their time at the Alpine School Campus is now definitely finite! Eight sleeps they keep telling me. Mind you, some students are ready to leave. There are still many important tasks for us all to attend to, and I welcome the greater independence and personal drive I witness in our students, your sons and daughters. It is a delight to work with young people in our environment and see them “doing”! They just get on with the job now, for the most part, and set their goals and review their outcomes. They are finalizing their CLP work for when they return home, and the presentation day today, when Principals, Liaison Teachers, representatives from the Department of Education and Training and other key stakeholders were here, was a triumph. I hope you can all cope with these skills and abilities upon their return, and that your sons and daughters use these skills appropriately?


At the end of this letter is a two-page document detailing the learning areas undertaken by your son or daughter, and their relationship with other curriculum areas. We trust this document also provides another way for you to understand the complexity and depth of learning undertaken in this unique educational program and location.

Thank you for contributing to another successful term of the Alpine School. The “Separation Phase” of the Alpine School Experience concludes for the community of Term 3, 2019 on Saturday, September 21st, signaling the beginning of the “Reintegration Phase”!


You can meet your son or daughter after 9.00am on Saturday

9.00am – 9.30am
School doors open for families/guardians to arrive and reacquaint with their children

9.30am – 10.00am
All parents and students meet into dining room for student presentations. Student Presentations will involve a summary of their CLP as a group (1 minute), then each individual student will talk about their most important learning from the program that they can use in the future.
Show the end of term movie.
Staff to read a ‘farewell story’

All parents and students depart.

NOTE: If you arrive after 9.30am, please enter the school building quietly as presentations will be in progress
OR If you are running very late (after 10.30am), please call. It can be a source of concern for the ‘last’ students to see all their friends leave and have no idea why mum/dad is late. Please drive carefully.

If you intend your son or daughter having any other travel arrangements not with you, and have not already done so, please contact us regarding travel permission forms or other details.

Lastly, Please drive carefully, remembering that vehicle chains must be carried by law and they can be hired in Bright, Harrietville or Omeo.

With every good wish on behalf of the Alpine School Team

Mark Reeves (Principal) & David Chelbna (Campus Principal - Alpine School)

[This is a snapshot of the most recent letter - please download and read the letter for full information]

Program Timetable - Term 3 2019
Term 3

The Student Program Timetable details the daily program for students participating in the Alpine School Year 9 School for Student Leadership (SSL) Program at Dinner Plain in Term 3 2019.

This has been included to assist liaison teachers, schools, families and the community to stay in touch with what students are doing on a day to day basis. The Term Timetable also highlights how the day unfolds for students.

For more detailed information on daily events, read student articles in Student Life and lesson resources in Alpine Lessons.

Alpine School Campus Term 3 Student Program - 2019:

Timetable - Download XLSX File Alpine School Term 3 Alpine School Student Program 2019 [XLSX]

Getting to Know the Village of Dinner Plain -  Building a Snowman
Welcome to Our Term 3 2019 Alpine School Campus Students

The Alpine School Campus at Dinner Plain has welcomed the following Year 9 Schools teams for our Term 2 2019 Alpine School Campus, School for Student Leadership (SSL) program:

Schools teams in attendance at the ALPINE SCHOOL CAMPUS for our Term 3 2019 Alpine School SSL program are from:

  • Elwood College
  • Yarram Secondary College
  • Glen Eira College
  • Doveton College
  • Lakes Entrance Secondary College
  • Sale College
  • Brighton Secondary College

Term 3 2019 School for Student Leadership program at the Alpine School Campus commenced on Sunday 21 July 2019 (Student Arrival) and concludes Saturday 21 September 2019 (Student Departure)

Important Dates - School for Student Leadership - 2019

2019 SSL - Alpine School Program Key Dates

Year Term DET Staff Start SSL Staff Start SSL Student Start PV Weekend CLP Day

Student Departure

Staff Finish Date DET Finish Date
2019 1 29 Jan 29 Jan 3 Feb 9-10 Mar 29 Mar 6 April 6 April 5 April
  2 23 April 23 April 28 April 1-2 June 21 June 29 Jun 29 Jun 28 June
  3 15 July 15 July 21 July 24-25 Aug 13 Sept 21 Sept 21 Sept 20 Sept
  4 7 Oct 7 Oct 13 Oct 16-17 Nov 6 Dec 14 Dec 14 Dec 20 Dec

Expressions close last week of term 2 in the year prior to the program.
Notification will be given in term 3 of the year prior to the program.
Community Information evening conducted as time and local requirements dictate in the term prior to program.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 July 2019 17:17
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School For Student Leadership

School for Student Leadership is a Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) initiative offering a unique residential education experience for year nine students. The curriculum focuses on personal development and team learning projects sourced from students' home regions. There are three campuses in iconic locations across Victoria. The Alpine School Campus is located at Dinner Plain in the Victorian Alps. Snowy River Campus is near the mouth of the Snowy River at Marlo in east Gippsland. The third site is adjacent to Mount Noorat near Camperdown in Victoria’s Western District, and is called Gnurad-Gundidj. After consultation with the local aboriginal community, this name represents both the indigenous name of the local area and an interpretation of the statement "belonging to this place".
Our school community acknowledges the Gunaikurnai, Bidawel and Gundijmara people as the traditional custodians of the land upon which our school campuses are built. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their Elders past and present, and especially whose children attend our school.