The Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment, on behalf of the Minister for Education, is undertaking a review of the Standards through an extensive community consultation process. The experiences and views of current, former and prospective students with disability, their families and carers, advocates and educators will be particularly helpful to assist the review ascertain how well the Standards work and if changes are needed to improve them. Click here for more information on how you can get involved.
Term 3 will conclude on Friday 25th September at 3pm for a two-week school holiday break. Term 4 will commence on Monday 12th October 2020. All students will return to school wearing their full Summer School Uniform for Term 4. Click here to access the Uniform Guidelines.
The School Uniform Shop will be open for one day during the Term 3 school holiday break on Tuesday 6th October between the hours of 9.30 am to 2.30pm. On the return to school in Term 4 all students will be expected to return to their full Temple Christian College Summer Uniform and must wear their school hat whenever they are outdoors during the course of the school day which includes school excursions, sports and all outdoor activities.
MORE THAN A COLLEGE
Temple Christian College is a Year 7 to 12+ Christian, co-educational school operating over several campuses within the state. The Mile End Campus is located just under 4km from the city centre. The Paralowie campus is nestled in the heart of the northern suburbs and the new Marion Middle School is located within Sunrise Christian School Marion. Under the banner of one leadership and moving forward as one school we celebrate and encourage the unique life and development of each school knowing that each embraces and represents the fullness of the vision of Temple Christian College.