The Week Ahead - Term 2, Week 9

Monday 10 June - Friday 14 June

From the Head of College

From the College Pastor

Walk my Way Ukraine

Walk my Way - Ukraine

91AV College regularly supports the work of Australian Lutheran World Service, who support poor communities and those impacted by emergencies in many countries, working with partners from across the world, including Lutheran World Service.

During the last couple of years we have supported a WalkMyWay event with donations going to provide for schooling in refugee camps and poor areas. This year ALWS is asking for support for children affected by the war in Ukraine, where may people had to flee their homes, and where many schools have been destroyed. Our support will be joined with support given by over 800 people who walked in Brisbane earlier this month and many others to make a difference for these children.

Our 91AV event will be on Friday June 14 (last day of school) after lunch and will include walks by all students on all three campuses.

Students are encouraged to commit to certain number of circuits around the ovals or the cross-country course, reflecting the fact that many children had to flee their homes and elicit donations to support their walk. We will not be collecting money at the school but ask that you make donations directly through the website, which will also provide you with a receipt.

There is a competition between houses again. Please support your child by making donations directly through the links below (each house has a separate link, which can also be accessed through the main website).

Thank you for your support of your children and the children of Ukraine.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Pastor Thomas.

Community News

Register Your Business on our Directory

91AV Lutheran College has established a directory of family businesses within the 91AV community, providing them with a chance to promote their companies within our College community. We encourage you to utilise this resource and support each other in business endeavours within the local area.

Click on the button below to register.

Music Students perform at 56th Convention of SYNOD 2024 - Lutheran Church of Australia QLD District

Sam Lawrence, Sarah Peake, Yuri Henning, Januki Ranchagoda, Jemma Welsh and Keziah Blackwell were honoured to perform at the 56thConvention of SYNOD 2024 organised by the Lutheran Church of Australia Queensland District. This three-day event is an assembly of bishops and other church officials and is very important to the Lutheran Church. The six talented 91AV Music Performance students played a mixture of solo repertoire and duets during the dinner on Saturday evening. Between them there was a mixture of instruments performed on including flute, clarinet, voice, piano and tenor saxophone with many performing on multiple instruments. It was so fantastic to see these senior arts ambassadors take up such an opportunity and represent their school on the weekend while also showing off and celebrating their individual talents.

91AV Sport Hoodies & Indigenous Polo - Shop Reopened!

It's been great to see how much our community loves the 91AV Sport Hoodies and Indigenous polo shirts. 

Due to popular demand, we have reopened the online shop to order these items for a limited time. This is the last opportunity this year to purchase these items. The 91AV Shop at Tribal will be open from 3-14 June. Please note that orders will not be accepted after this date. 

Approximate delivery would be mid-late August.

Click the button below to order your items by Friday 14 June:

Please note that the link will only be active once the shop opens on June 3.

I've Got Chills - Soloist Concert

Our appropriately named "I've Got Chills" concert was held on Thursday 6 June in the 91AV Chapel.

We had 27 student performers, representing all campuses equally. The concert featured 8 different instruments (flute, clarinet, trumpet, trombone, violin, viola, piano, voice), with 8 new solo performers debuting on stage!

Upcoming solo concerts:

August 29 Read to Bloom

November 7 Here Comes the Sun

Office Closure Times - Winter Holiday

Please see the image below for more information about our office hours during the winter holiday.

Project Based Learning at 91AV

Junior College

JC Recognition of Achievement Assembly - Monday 10 June

At 91AV we recognise the importance of acknowledging and celebrating the outstanding effort and achievement of our students.  

At the end of the Semester 1, we will celebrate our students at a special Recognition of Achievement Assembly which will be held at each campus on Monday 10 June

Hume Street Campus will hold their Assembly at 8.30am.
Warwick Street Campus will hold their Assembly at 2pm.  

Parents are welcome to come along and help celebrate our students.

School Officers Day - Wednesday 12 June

Wednesday 12 June, is the day we get to say thank you to our amazing support staff. This includes our Learning Assistants, Administrators, and Cleaners. We would not be able to achieve our best without these people. We would love to invite you to also say thank you to someone who works in your child’s space. A simple card with a beautiful message will go a long way to let our staff know they are valued.

JC Semester 1 Report Cards

At the end of Term 2, parents will receive their child’s Semester 1 report card. This report card provides information about how your child is achieving using the Australian Curriculum Achievement Standards. It is important to make you aware of some changes that we have made to the 91AV Lutheran College end of Semester Report Card.

Teachers will now provide students with an Overall Mark for each key learning area which is based on the achievement standard for that learning area. A Subject Element Mark for Mathematics and English will also be included to provide more detail on how your child has achieved in specific elements within the subject. It is important to keep in mind that not all Subject Elements are weighted equally in Prep to Yr 6. For this reason, the Semester Overall Mark does not represent an average of the Subject Elements, but an on-balance judgement reflecting the relevant weightings.

You may also note that we have taken out the Subject Outlines for each Subject Area. These Subject Outlines can be found in the Term Overviews sent at the beginning of each term.

Outside School Hours Care

Hume Street Campus

HSC Weekly Events

Please  to view HSC's Events for Term 2 2024, Week 9.

HSC Year 1 Fire Education Visit

On Monday 10 June, our Year 1 students have their first Fire Education visit.  Fire Fighters will visit the classroom and cover various topics with the children including safe and unsafe fires, knowing your own address and phone number, what to do in the event of a fire in your home (Stop, Drop and Roll, Get Down Low and Go, Go, Go), emergency meeting points, fire alarms and how to ring 000.

HSC Year 3 Mini Golf Presentations - Wednesday 12 June

This semester, the HSC Year 3 students have been very busy learning about Australian states and territories and their iconic landmarks. We have been constructing an 8-hole mini golf course for our Geography based PBL unit, with the driving question of ‘What makes Australia great?’

Warwick Street Campus

WSC Weekly Events

Please to view WSC's Events for Term 2, Week 9.

WSC Year 1 Fire Education Visit

On Monday 10 June at 9am, our Year 1 students have their first Fire Education visit.  Fire Fighters will visit the classroom and cover various topics with the children including safe and unsafe fires, knowing your own address and phone number, what to do in the event of a fire in your home (Stop, Drop and Roll, Get Down Low and Go, Go, Go), emergency meeting points, fire alarms and how to ring 000.

Stephen Street Campus

Sport News

Sports News – Term 2, Week 8

Year 7 Science Fair!

Tuesday 11 June

Parents are welcome to view from 5:30pm – 6:30pm.

Students will be expected to attend.

It will be open all of 11 June for the rest of the school to view during school hours.

Our science fair is about Earth Science – How the Position of the Earth, Moon and Sun affect Earth phenomena, i.e. eclipses, seasons, tied, etc.

Please see the flyer attached.


Welcome from the Leadership Team