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October 2019

Month

On Tuesday 22nd October 2019, the VCAL students at Ozford College took part in the Salvation Army Homelessness tour of Melbourne. The two and half hour program is situated in the CBD. The Ozford students spent the first hour or so in the 59 Bourke Street Education office developing their understanding of homelessness and challenge any stereotypes....
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On Thursday 24th October 2019, our students from English Language course went on an excursion to Pure Pie, located in the Docklands near Melbourne CBD. Rated as one of the top 7 places in Melbourne to buy a pie, our students couldn’t resist paying them a visit. Students had a lovely afternoon ordering delicious pies,...
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After working hard for many weeks, Ozford students Sabina Bomjan, Nabin Yadav, Parth Joshi and Minnie Nguyen celebrated on Friday 11th October after showcasing their presentations to the Internship partners. Students were relieved and felt great to have completed a 10 week internship placement with Outcome.Life. Sabina, Nabin, Parth and Minnie worked alongside Jack Clayfield,...
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On Wednesday 16th October, our ELICOS students celebrated World Food Day by bringing in a range of foods from different countries to share. Our students had fun guessing where the dishes originated from and enjoyed tasting new foods.
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Whilst in the Capital, the Year 11 students headed up to Mount Ainslie to check out the magnificent view of Canberra. The weather was excellent so the group got to see the Brindabella ranges from the look out. At Ozford College, all Year 10s and Year 11s participate in a school camp each year. At...
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Bestselling and much-loved Nepalese photographer, Sudhira Shah, turns her camera on her own community to document her own and their lives across Australia. Far and away gives a first-hand and personal look into Nepalese culture and celebrates how this community immersed into Australia. The collections of photographs, shared memories and stories create a beautiful and...
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Our Year 11 High School students are ready for their four day trip to Canberra. Departing Tuesday 8th October and returning Friday 11th October, students will head to the Capital to immerse themselves in the culture of what Canberra has to offer. Visits to Parliament House and The National Gallery of Australia are on the...
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Tanya’s story. Tanya Batra, an ex-student who graduated from Ozford’s High School in 2018, is now studying to become an Enrolled Nurse. Tanya is currently studying a course in Aging Support and from February 2020 will be studying a Diploma in Nursing, aiming to be qualified by 2021. Tanya feels her time at Ozford prepared...
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On Monday 7th October, Ozford Ivy welcomed three new students starting their studies at our English Language Centre. We hope you have a wonderful learning journey here at Ozford.
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Krishna, 15, is one of the many students who loves the library here at Ozford. ‘The library is my favourite place to study after class. It’s great because there are so many books to choose from and the library team are very friendly. The views from the library are beautiful and you can see the...
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