Welcome to Nurrunga. This week Director of Wellbeing, Matthew Porter provides some sensible advice to parents about managing their son's use of Fortnite - the gaming app that every student seems to be playing. There's also some useful information about Men's Health Week and 'making healthy normal' for students and dads. A reminder that the Waverley College Annual Giving Appeal is now under way. It’s almost tax time so please don’t delay - click on the story for more information. The future is in your hands.
Fortnite – Why do kids love it and...
What can you do to avoid “Fortnite” becoming problematic in your home?
Mens Health Week – Making healthy connections
The health status of males in Australia, is generally poorer than that of females
Junior School News
Junior School News: 2018 Term 2, Week 7
Student health news; Representative sport in Rugby, cross country and hockey; Cyber-bullying incursion; and Wakakirri
Academic, Junior School, Sport,
Blue and Gold Update: Announcing Major Sponsor
Waverley College is very excited to announce our major event sponsor.
Development, Events, Uncategorized,
Important vaccination information
Register for your sons Yr 10 & Yr 11 Meningococcal ACWY vaccination - deadline tomorrow 15th June
Annual Giving: The future is in your hands
You can play an important role in shaping the future of Waverley College
Impressive Drill Squad at the CAS Drill Competition
Waverley cadets were "the school to beat"
Winter Holiday Camp 2018
Mon 2nd Jul 2018 -
Fri 6th Jul 2018
A fun multi-sports school holiday camp for boys and girls 10-13 years.
Extra-Curricular, Past Events, Sport,
Rugby: A break from the Blue and Gold
Code of conduct reminders with Round 1 CAS around the corner
NSW Positive Rugby Foundation – more tickets available
Complimentary tickets for all families to the last two home games of the season
2nd overall at the end of CAS Round...
A great end to Round 1; Supporters Club meeting and FIFA is Live in the PAC
Waverley College Year 7 Dance
Wed 27th Jun 2018
Waverley College Year 7 Dance - Last day of term, 27th June
Careers updates, 14 June 2018
Life after Waverley and Spotlight on Construction: Part 3 - Crane Operator
Senior and Junior Sport Fixtures, Results & Training...
Information on Sporting fixtures, locations and results for Waverley College students.
More News and Events
Junior School Canteen Roster
Mon 18/6 No one on
OBU FIFA World Cup live broadcasts from the PAC
Watch the Socceroos and Old Boy Massimo Luongo do battle in the FIFA World Cup in Russia. The Old Boys Union is inviting all members of the Waverley community to come together to enjoy the drama and excitement of all the Socceroos fixtures. With the games broadcast on the big screen and seating for all, bring your friends and family to join in the great atmosphere.
Queens Park Rangers man and Waverlian, Massimo Luongo arrives in Russia after a stellar club season that saw him voted “Player of the Season” by both the club and its fans.
Australia’s 4-0 and 2-1 friendly wins over Czech Republic and Hungary respectively, has seen them leap into 36th place in the FIFA World rankings, one ahead of Iran which means The Green and Gold are now the highest ranked Asian nation heading into the World Cup.
Join us at Waverley College PAC for a live telecasts on the big screen. Tickets are $10 per person for each game with light food and beverages provided. Buy your tickets at the door.
France v Socceroos
8pm AEST – Saturday, 16 June 2018.
Denmark v Socceroos
10pm AEST – Thursday, 21 June 2018.
Socceroos v Peru
12am AEST – Wednesday 27 June 2018.
RSVP: Let us know you are coming by text or email your to
Peter Hannigan: 0418 400 669 or firstname.lastname@example.org