Your opportunity to succeed




Tyrrell College is a P-12 school located in the Mallee town of Sea Lake, which is about 400 kilometres North West of Melbourne. The community is mainly farm-based and the area is well known for its rich grain farming. Our purpose is to provide a safe, positive and challenging environment where everyone aspires to aim high and become responsible, caring and contributing community members.

Vision & Values

Our College aims to foster a caring college climate which encourages personal responsibility and self-discipline. It is the responsibility of the staff, students and parents to encourage these principles:

We are committed to a series of programs (School Wide Positive Behaviors and Respectful Relationships) which provide developmental lessons aimed at fostering and reinforcing these principles in a positive way.

Appropriate language and manners should be used and will be encouraged at all times.

Bullying, whether it be physical, verbal or cyber, will not be tolerated at any level.

Our Motto

“Your Opportunity to Succeed”

Our Purpose

To provide a safe, positive and challenging environment where everyone aspires to aim high and become responsible, caring and contributing community members.

Our Values

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😷🦠 COVID-19 Guidelines at School 🦠😷Given the outbreak of COVID-19 cases today at the college, here is a friendly reminder about the current guidelines at school:COVID is still active widely across Victorian communities. While isolation is no longer a legal requirement the following is the Dept of Education recommendation Management of COVID-19 in schools. It is recommended that staff members, students or visitors who have symptoms of cold, influenza or COVID-19 undergo testing for COVID-19. Parents of symptomatic students should be asked to collect their child from school and keep them home until they are no longer symptomatic.The Department of Health recommends that masks should be worn by a person who:is a close contact of someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 when leaving home (eg: coming to school) has COVID-19 for at least 7 days after a positive test when they need to leave home.The Department of Health recommends that staff and students who test positive for COVID-19 isolate for a minimum of 5 days and do not attend school until their symptoms resolve. See MoreSee Less
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📣 ATTENTION FAMILIES 📣❌ Parent-Teacher Interviews Postponed ❌Due to an outbreak of COVID today at the college that saw numerous staff and students affected and going home, the decision has been made to postpone Parent Teacher Interviews until the first Tuesday of Term 2, April 16. More information regarding the re-booking of appointment times will be sent out later this week.Please be vigilant of COVID symptoms in your children. Testing is advised. See MoreSee Less
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📢 REMINDER 🚨Parent/teacher interviews are tomorrow starting from 4pm📝(Tuesday March 26)Please book your interviews on Compass as soon as possible to avoid missing out. Instructions on how to book via Compass are in the school newsletter and also on Compass. Please feel free to call the Front Office if you have any issues booking.☎️ See MoreSee Less
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