1:1 iPad
Program

Technology at the
center of learning

1:1 iPad Program

Languages

Learning through
culture

Languages

Stephanie
Alexander
Kitchen Garden

Growing herbs
from seeds

Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden

Science

Making plastic
from milk

Science

Environmental
Science

Ponding in
our wetlands

Environmental Science

Performing
Arts

2013 School
Performance

Performing Arts

Stephanie
Alexander
Kitchen Garden

Master Chefs
in the making

Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden

Writers
Notebook

Inspiring the
writing process

Writers Notebook

Point Cook College Concert

Our annual College Concert is fast approaching, don't miss out on purchasing your tickets as they are limited. Can't wait to see you all on the night at Williamstown Town Hall 25th November, starting 7pm sharp. 

Yr 7 Orientation 2015

Our 2015 Year 7 Orientation day will be held on Tuesday 9th December. 

More info on the 5-9 Blog http://www.pcc.vic.edu.au/blog-5-9/yr-7-2015-orientation-day

Yr 8 Camp Anglesea

Year 8 Students will be attending camp at Anglesea YMCA from 26th - 28th of November. 

Welcome to Point Cook

Michael Hayes - PrincipalWelcome to the Point Cook Prep – Year 9 College community. The College (formerly Point Cook Primary School) was established in 1923 on the RAAF Williams Base, Point Cook. The College re-located to the Ponsford Drive site at the beginning of 2010 school year.

Point Cook College has a firm commitment to preserving the highly regarded traditions and culture built on the foundation of “Nobody has the right to physically or emotionally hurt another” whilst focusing on the exciting vision of “Creating Tomorrow Today”.

Point Cook College is a Public Private Partnership facility in accordance with the Victorian Government's Partnerships Victoria framework. Partnerships Victoria is designed to combine Government facilities with the expertise that the private sector has in designing, financing, building and maintaining infrastructure projects. All education and school curriculum services will continue to be publicly delivered in line with state government policy.

The College brings together the best in contemporary educational design and promotes active student-centred learning through the creation of flexible, functional spaces. It will also be a leading example of ecological sustainability, with a wetland to retain and reuse water and a range of other utility conservation measures. This is a key initiative in linking the teaching of environmental sustainability with its practical application and the College vision.

Michael Hayes - Principal.

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