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With the end of the school year in sight, please note that all textbooks, across Years 7-12 are now overdue!

As such, we kindly ask that all students return any outstanding textbooks and English novels to Book Hire or drop them off in one of the marked green crates located in the library and main reception area, by Tuesday, 5 December (Presentation Day) at the latest.

*Please note that any outstanding textbooks will unfortunately have to be charged at the end of the year for a replacement copy, therefore if you have any questions at all, feel free to contact me by sending an email to

Lastly, a very big thank you to all students who have already returned their books and wishing everyone the loveliest Christmas holidays spent surrounded by your loved ones :)

Snoopy thank you


Kindest regards,

Ms Tamara Bliznjakovic

Library Technician – Book Hire

Year 10 boys are fast approaching their upcoming Service Week that begins on Monday, 20 November through to Friday, 24 November 2023. We have over 200 students who will be representing Waverley College and actively involved in volunteering in their local community.

Students have elected to spend their service helping out in a wide variety of community services and not-for-profit organisations, working alongside the disadvantaged, elderly, disabled, children and family support services.

Just a selection of these services include; Thread Together, Re-love, Matthew Talbot Hostel, Illowra Aged Care, Ronald Coleman Lodge, Our Big Kitchen, the Exodus Foundation, Windgap Foundation, The Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul charity stores, St Gabriel’s School, Jarjum College and numerous preschools and primary schools in the local area and further afield across Sydney.

Students are expected to wear their school sports uniform unless otherwise stated. All students will be making their own way to their placement and will make their own way home again. Service hours each day will vary depending on each organisation and teachers are allocated to check on students throughout the week.

*If for any reason your son cannot attend, is sick or absent on any day, please inform the College and also contact his organisation that morning.

We look forward to all students enjoying a very memorable Service Week, making a contribution to their community, in addition to their own personal growth and learning.


Ms Marie-Anne Maakrun

Assistant Director of Student Formation

With the exams just around the corner, followed by Service Week right after, please note that all issued Year 10 textbooks are to be returned preceding or straight after the exams starting on Monday, 13 November 2023 in Week 6A.

We will place marked crates for book returns:

Book hire will of course be open as well, with the opening hours noted below:

Monday to Friday – 8am-4pm.

All textbooks are due back Friday, 17 November 2023, especially since their classes conclude this week.

My apologies for the tight turnaround, however we want to ensure that the students have access to their textbooks for their exam studies.

Wishing our Year 10 students the best of luck in the exams!

Thank you for all your help :)

Book Returns Label

Waverley College welcomes auditions from boys in Year 9 (2024) upwards for Tartuffe (the Hypocrite) by Moliére, being performed in 2024 at the PAC!

The Plot : Orgon is the man who has everything. Money, power, a beautiful family. But lately he’s been questioning the point of it all. When he invites Tartuffe into his perfect household, he unleashes a whirlwind of deception and seduction that threatens everything.

With Orgon under Tartuffe’s spell, can his family outwit this charismatic trickster? Are Tartuffe’s wild claims truth or fiction? Is this mysterious stranger the villain he appears?
Updated to a 1980s setting, this new version of Moliére’s comic masterpiece looks at the lengths we go to find meaning – and what happens when we find chaos instead!

Tartuffe will be performed from Tuesday, 18 June – Thursday, 20 June 2024 with rehearsals starting in Term 1 2024.

Please note that we are after boys from Year 9 upwards for this particular play, as it’s the last chance for some of our senior boys to shine in a Waverley production. Younger boys will get a chance to audition next year for a 2025 school musical to be performed at the NIDA theatre.

1739 edition

1739 edition

If You Are Interested:

Initial Audition Times


Email Mr Lamb


Mr Peter Lamb

Head of Drama/Entertainment

Director/Producer of ‘Tartuffe’

Macquarie University and UTS in partnership with InspirationED will present free November Kickstart Seminars.

Highly experienced HSC markers and qualified counsellors will deliver two Sunday sessions:

Register now.

Click here to view the flyer

Click here to register

St Vincent’s College JRS Table Talk Opportunity for Years 10 and 11 Students

St Vincent’s College in Potts Point would like to invite up to eight students from Waverley College from Years 10 and 11 to join them for a ‘Table Talk’ on Friday, 20 October 2023 in the St Vincent’s College Hall, 4pm-7pm.

Students in Years 10 and 11 are invited to come along to an evening of conversation, information and sharing.

The evening will be conducted by representatives from the Jesuit Refugee Service, with presentations from people of refugee background, those currently seeking asylum, and an expert on refugee issues and Australian immigration legislation.

This is an opportunity for students to share their values (through stories) as well as their observations. They will be encouraged to ask questions and share their ideas in managed group discussion.

Afternoon tea will be provided with a pizza dinner to follow. There is no cost for the evening.

Please email Ms Sue Walsh if you are interested in attending. Places are limited and applications close Monday, 16 October 2023.

At the end of the year the laptops held in Years 12, 10, 9 and 6 are at the end of lease. You will have received an email asking you to nominate to either purchase or return the laptop.

The deadline for nomination and payment is 3pm Friday, 27 October 2023, if a nomination and payment is not provided by this time, the laptop must be returned to the College.

Incase you cannot locate the email, the links for both payment and nomination are below:

Link to nominate: Y12 2023 LAPTOP  NOMINATION FORM

Link to payment: Payment Portal Link

Link to nominate: Y10 2023 LAPTOP  NOMINATION 

Link to payment: Payment Portal Link

Link to nominate: Y9 2023 LAPTOP  NOMINATION

Link to payment: Payment Portal Link

Link to nominate: Y06 2022 LAPTOP  NOMINATION

Link to payment: Payment Portal Link


If you have any questions or would like to discuss the process further please email

A reminder that our Immersions Information night for 2024 will be held on Tuesday, 29 August in the PAC at 6pm. All Year 9 and 10 students, parents and carers are welcome.

2023 Debrief Dinners

Congratulations to all those who have just returned from our 2023 Timor-Leste and Red Earth Immersions. It was wonderful to hear at their debrief dinners their gratitude for such fabulous formation experiences and the valuable friendships they have forged with the communities they served.

A special thank you to all the staff who made these experiences possible and we look forward to our upcoming Fiji and Central NSW Indigenous experiences.

Timor-Leste dinner

Timor-Leste dinner

HMAS Watson Student Engagement

Should you be interested in careers in the Navy, all students in Years 10 and 11 are welcome to attend the Special Guest presentation in the PAC at lunchtime on Tuesday, 8 August.

All are welcome to bring their lunch and interact with ADF members.

Click the button below to read more.

Click here to view the HMAS Watson flyer


MAJ(AAC) Julie-Ann de Kantzow

Commanding Officer – WCCU

Dear Parents/Carers of Year 7 and Year 10 Students,

This is important information regarding the school based vaccinations, please read carefully.

Re: Third Vaccination Clinic for Year 7 HPV and Year 10 Meningococcal ACWY Catch Up Dose

The change to the human papillomavirus (HPV) dosing that occurred at the start of 2023 meant that students in Year 7 only required one dose of the HPV vaccination, opposed to two doses. NSW Public Health anticipated we would retain the scheduled 3rd clinic date (Tuesday, 19 September, 2023) to enable an opportunity to catch up students who may have missed out at previous clinics.  

However, given the overall good uptake of vaccination this year, there are fewer students requiring catch up vaccination than anticipated, providing NSW Public Health with the opportunity to schedule shorter visits and allow us to visit more than one school per day.  

Therefore, NSW Health has proposed that the original scheduled date and time for our catchup clinic is subject to change. As they are likely to be visiting more than one school per day, start times will differ from previous visits and will be included on reminder emails sent closer to the date. 

To ensure the clinic runs as smoothly and effectively as possible, the Waverley College Health Centre has been provided with a list of all students who have completed their vaccinations for 2023, along with students who need a catch up dose. The parents/carers of the students who require a catch up dose have already been emailed. So far, we have vaccinated 205 out of 227 Year 7 students and 167 out of 211 Year 10 students. We have received eight Year 7 and 24 Year 10 online consents for catchup.

 *If you have not received an email from the Waverley College Health Centre about catch up vaccinations OR you have not completed the online consent form for your child to receive the vaccination, then it is likely you will need to complete the online consent as soon as possible. This way NSW Health can determine whether an additional clinic is required. 

Please follow this link for online consent: NSW Health Service


Please be reminded of the following:

The following vaccines are offered free to students at school: 

Vaccination will only be provided at school if consent has been received. 

To provide online consent for vaccination, parents/carers will need:  

If you are experiencing problems consenting online then please contact the Health Centre for a paper consent form. You can email your request to: ATTN: Adele Cutbush (Registered Nurse).

Thank you.

On Wednesday, 16 August we will host our annual speed mentoring evening. The evening will take place 4pm-5.30pm in the Senior Library. 

Students will have the opportunity to engage in dynamic discussions about careers, skills, and studies with Waverley College alumni.

The aim of the evening is to create a forum whereby students can ask questions and gain insights into various industries in a short time. 

*This event is open to students only.

Students must please register their attendance HERE

An Information Evening has been organised for the India/ Nepal 2024 Tour as follows:

Click here to view more information in the brochure