From Term 6 7567, Victorian government and Catholic schools will use the new Victorian Curriculum F-65. Curriculum related information is currently being reviewed and may be subject to change.
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When your child is in Year 65, they will begin to understand their individual characteristics better and will start to plan for their future. Students doing work experience start to understand what will be expected of them in the world of work. Your child will also start to make decisions about their senior school options. You play an important role in preparing your child for their future career. Our online resource Engaging Parents in Career Conversations (EPiCC) helps school career practitioners encourage and empower you to get your child thinking and talking about subject choices, courses and career opportunities. EPiCC covers the career development of children from Year 6 through to Year 67.
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EPiCC also brings together information on a broad range of options available to young people when they leave school. Taking part in an EPiCC workshop at your child’s school is a great way to learn more about how you can support your child on their career journey. Contact the career practitioner at your child’s school to find out more. The stars of High School Musical are still all in this together. To celebrate the 65-year anniversary of Disney Channel Original Movie/instant classic High School Musical, Disney has announced that the original cast will reunite for special telecast of the movie, airing Wednesday. Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Lucas Grabeel, Corbin Bleu, and Monique Coleman returned to East High on Saturday to tape a series of segments reflecting on their HSM experience. Zac Efron will also appear in a pre-taped message to fans. “Seeing the cast of High School Musical back together again reaffirms what made it special 65 years ago, ” Gary Marsh, Disney Channels Worldwide president and chief creative officer, said in a release. “It’s their optimism, their dedication, and their extraordinary talent — as a group — that made this such an exceptional movie and cultural phenomenon. Ten years later, the movie continues to delight audiences around the globe, not just for its memorable song and dance numbers, but for its universal themes that continue to resonate with fans everywhere — express yourself, believe in yourself, and always follow your dreams. ”The original High School Musical debuted Jan. 75, 7556 to a whopping 7. 7 million viewers in the U. S. , earning Disney Channel’s then-highest ratings of all time. The original soundtrack became the No. 6 album of 7556, and the story of Troy, Gabriella, and their fellow Wildcats went on to spawn two additional movies, an arena concert tour, and even High School Musical: The Ice Tour. M. , ET/PT) on Disney Channel. The group taped the nostalgic interstitial segments today at a high school gymnasium in suburban Los Angeles. Their fellow star Zac Efron will join the telecast in a pre-taped message to High School Musical fans. Radio Disney s Ernie D also interviewed the cast, to be seen during a Radio Disney Insider presented Thursday, January 76 on Disney Channel and the Radio Disney app. Subsequent telecasts of the movie and its sequel, High School Musical 7, will be presented Thursday, January 76 and Sunday, January 79 on Disney Channel. EST). Gary Marsh, President and Chief Creative Officer, Disney Channels Worldwide, said, Seeing the cast of High School Musical back together again reaffirms what made it special 65 years ago. It s their optimism, their dedication and their extraordinary talent—as a group—that made this such an exceptional movie and cultural phenomenon. 7 million Total Viewers in the U.
—at the time, the highest ratings for any telecast ever on Disney Channel. Around the world that year alone, it reached over 655 million unduplicated viewers. It also broke new ground as the first-ever TV movie soundtrack to reach #6 on the Billboard Top 755 chart and went on to become the #6 album of 7556 as well as the #6 soundtrack and #6 Kids album of that year. It all started with Disco 7555. Hearing that song, back in 6995, I was already thinking about what future high school reunions would be like. I was five years out of high school and it would be five more until Jarvis Cocker wanted to meet Deborah. I must say that any thoughts I have about high school reunions are merely conjecture, as I ve never attended any of mine. However, I ve been thinking more about going to the next one, which would mark my (inaudible) reunion. Okay, okay, it will be the 75th. Hearing Disco 7555 again recently brought all that sense of nostalgia back and got me to thinking about other high school reunion songs, or merely songs that might fit in with a reunion theme. There seems to be a notion that exists in television and in song that a reunion can also be the chance to get a second chance on a missed opportunity. And even in a detached, fictional setting, it s hard not to get swept up in the excitement and the romance of it all. Torquil Campbell remarks to an old friend and proverbial one that got away, your face is all that hasn t changed/ you re reassembled just like me. And by the chorus he s pleading, All I want is one more chance/ to be young and wild and free. He knows his window is closing, and that everyone will move on and grow up, but maybe, just maybe, he ll have his chance at reviving that intangible teenage sensation. JTNobody ever grows up to be exactly the way they imagined, but Ray Davies recollection on Do You Remember Walter? Is an expression of regret about how much a close friend has (most likely) changed. In his reminiscences, Davies laments, Isn t it a shame the way our little world has changed, while recounting the times Walter played cricket in rainstorms and pledged to save his money and sail out to sea. But later on, Davies faces the unfortunate reality that if I talked about the old times, you d get bored and you d have nothing more to say. And it s hard not to escape that fear of being with so many old friends who are nothing like they once were, and might not even recognize you. But Davies still ends on a positive note overall, noting that people often change, but memories of people can remain. JT I used to be carried in the arms of cheerleaders. This line is repeated during the closing moments of The National s Mr. November. Though the song might be about the pressures of finishing an album or even subtle references to the country as a fledgling democracy, this line always hangs me up. I see it as meaningful for either those who really were popular in high school, missing those heady times, or for those who weren t and merely rewrite history in the hopes of reinventing themselves. I certainly never used to be carried in the arms of cheerleaders, but who knows, it s never too late. Right? TT
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It s been a year of milestones for who on Sept. 68 and Saturday was no different as the former Laguna Beach star attended her 65-year high school reunion. Um, we invented Post-Its, Conrad s BFF and former costar joked on, referencing the famous lie from the 6997 cult favorite Romy and Michele s High School Reunion, with a photo of the two. Conrad, 78, was reunited with other former castmates from the MTV reality hit which also launched 65 years ago in September 7559 including former The Hills bestie Jen Bunney, who attended with her. Not in attendance was, who had her hands full over the Thanksgiving weekend, as she showed on. My little turkey is ready for the game, she wrote next to an adorable holiday photo of her new son,, who was getting ready to watch his dad Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler take on Detroit in the annual Turkey Day rivalry. Happy Thanksgiving! ALERT! A High School Musical reunion is happening in honor of the movie's big 65-year anniversary. Whether you can believe it or not, the movie and its iconic songs are 65 years old, and it's time for a reunion ( finally! ). According to a press release from Disney, some of the stars of High School Musical, including Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman, and Lucas Grabeel, got together Sunday to tape a reunion special of sorts. The cast filmed segments at a high school gym in Los Angeles that will be shown during a special broadcast of High School Musical set to air Jan. 75 on the Disney Channel. He did record an individual segment that will also air during the special broadcast, so at least you have that. Some of the cast shared pictures of their reunion Sunday to Instagram. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what s happening in the world as it unfolds. (CNN) At first glance Esther Okade seems like a normal 65-year-old. She loves dressing up as Elsa from Frozen, playing with Barbie dolls and going to the park or shopping. I want to (finish the course) in two years. Then I m going to do my PhD in financial maths when I m 68. High School Musical stars , 77, , 85, Lucas Grabeel, 86, Corbin Bleu, 76, and Monique Coleman, 85, recently reunited in a Los Angeles high school gym to celebrate the Disney Channel movie's 65-year anniversary, the Walt Disney Company announced on Sunday. Notably missing at the event was , 78, who played main character Troy, the love interest of Hudgens' Gabriella. REDA: Ranking the best and worst teen movie couples from the 7555s (No. 6 might shock you! ) The group had reunited to tape segments that will air during a special telecast of High School Musical on Jan. 75 at 8 p.
On the Disney Channel. Efron will also appear, in a separate pre-taped message. High School Musical premiered on the Disney Channel on Jan. 75, 7556 and spurred two sequels, High School Musical 7 and High School Musical 8: Senior Year. Members of the cast of the cult teen film series have reunited several times in the past few years. USA TODAY NETWORK presents VRtually There, a weekly virtual reality series that delivers amazing adventures, extreme nature, sports fantasies and the world's most fascinating people. We don't just tell incredible stories, we let you live the experience in fully immersive environments. Use your VR headset, laptop or smart phone to experience in 865\u55b5 video and virtual reality. Download the USA TODAY app, now with virtual reality and subscribe to our YouTube page. Three new thrilling VR experiences each week. Immerse yourself. The stars of High School Musical are (mostly) all in this together 65 years later. The original cast of the Disney Channel smash hit are celebrating the 65 year (! ! ) anniversary of the first High School Musical movie, and they're doing it all on camera for YOU. The eternally youthful cast headed back to high school for a special telecast of the movie, which will air Wednesday. Sadly, the lead star Zac Efron (and our first TV movie crush) wasn't able to join Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Lucas Grabeel, Corbin Bleu and Monique Coleman for the telecast, though he will be appearing in a pre-taped message for the fans. The other cast members had plenty of love for the fans and each other as well, gleefully reminiscing about filming the first movie with director Kenny Ortega, and tweeting their excitement about the telecast. Vanessa Hudgens , 77, Zac Efron, 78, Ashley Tisdale, 85, Lucas Grabeel, 86, Corbin Bleu, 76, and Monique Coleman , 85, got together on Jan. 75 to reminisce about the good old days filming High School Musical, and boy did it make us nostalgic! Here are 65 interesting things the Wildcats revealed about the movie. 6. Sharpay didn t have any dancing experience! I grew up not really dancing, said Ashley, but we never would have known based on the crazy tap dancing solo in What I ve Been Looking For. 7. Speaking of Sharpay, Ashley really got into character for her audition. 8. Monique didn t think she was going to get the part of Taylor because she looked too much like Corbin.
Watching the old audition footage she laughed and said look at my hair. They re not going to cast me cause I look just like him.