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& District Secondary College Welcome to Heywood

Covid-19 & Term 4 Return to School

Term 4 will hopefully see us return to onsite learning.  We will have a focus on continuing students learning from where they are at, supporting students to re-establish friendships and group learning strategies.  The return to on-site learning will be staggered, please see below for details.

Week 1: Everybody is continuing with online learning, except for senior students who are required onsite for essential tasks and the GAT which is on Wednesday, 7th October.

Week 2: Staggered return to School.

Monday: Year 11 and 12 students only (October tests).

Tuesday: Year 10 – 12 students (October tests).

Wednesday: Year 9 – 12 students.

Thursday: All students (Year 7 – 12) return to onsite learning.

2021 Subject Booklist

2021 Booklist orders will be handled through an online order form.

Please use the button below to access the webstore.

You may be required to create yourself an account to access the webstore, please follow the appropriate prompts.

Enrol your child for 2021

Enrolment applications are now open, arrange your school tour today.

Heywood and District Secondary College seeks to provide an environment which is encouraging in its approach to learning, is safe and secure, where students can learn and develop their skills in an atmosphere free from harassment or negativity.   At all times students will be encouraged to be respectful of others and co-operative in approach.

About Heywood & District Secondary College

Heywood and District Secondary College is a small rural school that lies 30km north of Portland and approximately 72km from the South Australian Border. Our students travel from outlying areas from Dartmoor, Bessiebelle to Tyrendarra. The Heywood community, situated near the newly recognised Budj Bim National Park, has a strong indigenous connection to country. We ensure that our staff undergo Cultural Understanding and Safety Training (CUST) to encourage these connections to strengthen and maintain. Our cherished relationship with Winda-Mara sees local elders working closely with the school to support the local Aboriginal children and our teaching of our local Gunditjmara Language and Culture Program.

We strive to be valued as an innovative and outstanding College that promotes partnership between families, staff and the wider community. We support and empower students to accept responsibility for personal and academic growth and provide a safe and caring environment that allows all students to achieve their potential. We pride ourselves in the knowledge that each student is well-known to staff and that positive student-staff relationships prosper throughout the College.