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The Pedagogy Behind the Exam

The Pedagogy Behind the Exam

25 May 2024

As our Year 10’s and 11’s will soon be having their Semester One exams and our Dunhelen students will be sitting their first exams at the end of this year. It’s important that as parents you know some of the study techniques we are teaching the students. Read More

Sorry Day

Sorry Day

26 May 2024

Aitken College recognises National Sorry Day and joins others in our country in honouring First Nations Peoples and the contributions they have made to our country. Read More

Recognising Alumni Achievements: Rachel Edmonds

Recognising Alumni Achievements: Rachel Edmonds

20 May 2024

Rachel Edmonds (Class of 2010) has been cast in an upcoming Melbourne Theatre Company Production. Read More

The Place for Innovation: Celebrating Learning Spaces

The Place for Innovation: Celebrating Learning Spaces

17 May 2024

The new Primary (Cumberland) Building has been celebrated at the Learning Environments Australia Design (LEAD) Awards, including taking out overall winner. Read More

Behind The Scenes 2024 VCE Play

Behind The Scenes 2024 VCE Play

12 May 2024

The VCE Theatre Studies students are putting the finishing touches on this year's VCE Play. Read More

New Wardrobe Items

New Wardrobe Items

12 May 2024

New scarf, beanie and rain jacket now available. Read More

Learning And Innovation

Learning And Innovation

16 May 2024

Some words from our Assistant Principal (Learning and Innovation) Read More

Social Justice

Social Justice

7 May 2024

On Tuesday 7 May, around 80 students from various Uniting Church schools participated in a Social Justice Day forum at Aitken College. Read More

Anzac Day Service

Anzac Day Service

25 April 2024

In one of the few times each year we gather as a whole College, today we offered our respect for those who fought and in some cases, paid the ultimate price, to maintain the free country in which we live. Read More

Gardens for Wildlife

Gardens for Wildlife

20 March 2024

Hume City Council – Gardens for Wildlife On Wednesday the 20th of March, Hume City Council visited Aitken College and completed an assessment of the College grounds as part of Gardens for Wildlife (G4W) program. Read More