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Chev Shop News – new winter jackets for students ready to order!

Chev students can stay warmer and drier this winter season with our new style winter jackets now ready to order through the Chev Shop.  

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Servant Leadership at Chevalier College

The Student Leadership program at Chevalier College is designed to reflect the charism of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart (MSC) in both the structure of the program and the expected outcomes for students. The model of servant leadership was


New Chevalier College jacket – cast your vote

We will be introducing a new jacket to the Chevalier College uniform range for everyday wear and are seeking input from the community on the choice of available styles.

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Whooping Cough Alert

Two Chevalier College students have been diagnosed with Whooping Cough.

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If you have any concerns please don’t hesitate to contact the College Office.


Barbara Santos
Deputy Principal


Whooping Cough Alert

There has been a large increase in whooping cough notifications in NSW during 2014 and 2015. A large part of this increase has been among school-aged children.  There has been a recent increase of whooping cough (pertussis) amongst primary-school-aged children


Caring for Kids Online

In July, we had the opportunity to attend a lecture in Canberra presented by Susan McLean as part of a series of presentations organised by Generation Next. The presentation was dynamic, extremely informative and also quite confronting.

Susan has books …


Parents’ Guide To Online Safety

Much time and energy is invested daily into keeping our students safe online. Schools must embrace technology for the
 wonderful tool that it is, not dwell on the problem that it might become. It is most important for all of


National Self-Detection Program for Scoliosis

The Spine Society of Australia recommends July/August as the months for all girls in Years 7 and 9 to participate in the NSDP by downloading the Self-Detection Brochure for Scoliosis – (click to download).  The brochure can also be



Students are advised to stay home today due to the severe weather conditions throughout our region. Exams have been cancelled, bus services were cancelled and power is out much of the region.  A skeleton staff will be present for any …



One of our students has been diagnosed with ‘Slapped Cheek’. This is a mild illness that doesn’t pose any health risks to the sufferer.

However, contracting the virus is serious for people with specific conditions such as pregnancy, weakened immunity …

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