Student Laptop Program
The use of mobile technology is now a part of everyday learning and the how students access information, collaborate, communicate and experience learning. In 2014 , nine years after introdcing our laptop program students continue to utilise technology to personalise and manage their own learning experience.
Key Documentation 2014:
Ringwood Secondary College continues to fully embrace the Digital Education Revolution, not for its own sake but because the benefits that a mobile learning device program brings is the right one. There is a growing body of knowledge and practise now available to us suggesting that we need to continue along this pathway.
RSC's Production of Hairspray received 17 nominations over 12 categories and were lucky enough to win 5 of these awards on December 1, 2013. The winners were: Hairspray: Best Production - Youth Musical Hairspray: Best Ensemble - Youth Production Emily Arnott - Tracy Turnblad: Best Actress - Youth Musical Lauren Ricci - Amber Von Tussle: Best Supporting Actress - Youth Musical Ben Moody: Best Director in a Youth Musical Well done Jeremy Carden and Joel Kitching for yet another hilarious rendition of 'You're Timeless to Me,' to Lachlan Roberts and Emma James for presenting a few of the awards. Congratulations to everyone involved (students, teachers, parents and volunteers) in Hairspray for this recognition of a huge team effort. We are particularly proud to have won the Best Ensemble and of course, Best Musical Production. Thank you to the Lyrebird Youth Awards and to all the winners, nominees and performers from all the other schools.
Tickets are now available for purchase. 3 shows only December 13 to 16 2013. www.rscproduction.com.au
The annual RSC presentation night will again be held at Camberwell Boys Grammar School. The event will be held on Tuesday December 17 2013 at 7.30pm.To book this event, please go to http://www.trybooking.com/DYTG Tickets will be available online from Friday November 22.