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  • 06 November, 2020

    Donna Laughlin appointed Deputy Principal Learning and Teaching from 2021

    It is with great pleasure and confidence that I announce the appointment of Donna Laughlin to the position of Deputy Principal Learning and Teaching, from January 2021. Donna is currently the Director of Learning and Innovation, and a member of the Leadership Team. Donna has held a number of leadership roles during her ten years at Siena College, including Head of Learning English and Leader of Pe...

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  • 28 October, 2020

    Donna Laughlin featured in Domain magazine

    Please click here to read a profile on Donna Laughlin, our Director of Learning and Innovation. Donna was acknowledged earlier this year in The Educator ‘Hot List’ awards, recognising Donna’s commitment to excellence in learning and teaching leadership. Congratulations Donna!

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  • 26 October, 2020

    Sustainable Sisterhood Issue 1

    Sustainable Sisterhood is a new publication from our Eco Warriors team, aiming to raise awareness and levels of consciousness around environmental issues. Click here to read the first issue.

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  • 22 October, 2020

    Arts and Technology Exhibition

    Our Arts and Technology Exhibition is now live on ArtSteps. Click here to visit the exhibition or visit www.siena.vic.edu.au/exhibition to learn more.

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  • 15 October, 2020

    2021 College Captains

    We are pleased to announce our 2021 College Captains are Chloe Barker and Harriette La Motte. Congratulations to all eight of our nominees for their outstanding commitment to the Siena College Leadership Program, and serving their College Community. We wish you all the very best as you continue your service and leadership journeys.

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  • 12 October, 2020

    Congratulations to Sasha Sahely - winner of the Antonio de Montesinos Award

    Congratulations to Sasha Sahely (Year 10) who spoke so passionately on the time she has spent reflecting on racism during lockdown this year. As Sasha explained: "I learned that what truly makes me who I am is my ability to stand up for justice when I see prejudice and inequality, to be an ally to the victims of racism and injustice, and to use my voice to advocate for change. During this time, I...

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