Keep your child home if they are sick. The COVID-19 pandemic is not over. Restrictions are still in place - including in our schools - and we all need to be vigilant. This includes not sending children to school sick. If your child has any kind of illness, even if it is just a runny nose, they must not come to school. If your child is unwell at school, you will be asked to collect them. It is important that we limit the spread of disease during this pandemic. By doing the right thing you can help keep Canberra COVID safe
Welcome to UC Senior Secondary College Lake Ginninderra
Students will resume onsite learning in a graduated fashion
The number one priority in returning to onsite learning is to ensure the
health and safety of students, staff and their families.
For information on what Term 4 will look like for year 11 and 12 students,
visit the ACT Education website: http://ow.ly/KLSy50Gdylp
Please find the outline for week 3 and 4, timetable and
For students continuing remote learning during Term 4
The Lake Online Guide - Remote Learning
The College provides quality online learning environments and programs for students. This guide was devised to support all students in their move to remote learning.
The guide is an evolving document and will be updated in response to changing circumstances.
Remote Learning Timetable
We know that being in lockdown can be stressful for some families. For the next few weeks, the most important thing you can do is support your child’s wellbeing – they may be feeling anxious or distressed. Older children may be also feeling overwhelmed with the information they are seeing on the internet and they may need some guidance to help them find the most-appropriate information.
Keep in mind that children can express their feelings in many ways. I encourage you to speak openly with your children about what they are feeling.
As a parent or carer you can help your child with what they’re experiencing:
* Listen to their concerns – let them know you’re there for them and acknowledge how they’re feeling
* Make time to talk – provide an space for them to share their feelings and worries.
* Focus on strengths and hope.
There are a range of online and face-to-face services that can help you support your child. ACT Health has put together a page of information that families may find useful: Ways you can support your own mental health and wellbeing | Health (act.gov.au)
After hours support is available:
- Triple Zero: 000
- Contact your GP
- Lifeline: 13 11 14
- Beyond Blue: 1300224636
- Suicide Call Back Service: 1300 659 467
- Kids Helpline: 1800 55 1800
- Kids Helpline WebChat counselling
- Headspace Canberra: 02 5109 9700
- Emerging Minds: an online resource of best practice resources
- MensLine Australia: 1300 78 99 78
- Canberra Health Services, Access Mental Health: 1800 629 354 or 02 6205 1065
Helping your child with online learning
Updates from the school in regards to:
Class selection for new students starting in 2022
For those new enrolments who have not selected classes for 2022, an email will be sent out with instructions on how to select courses online.
Please keep an eye out for this email communication.
Due to current circumstances there will no longer be a Course Selection Evening scheduled for Tuesday 17 August 2021.
Due to these changing circumstances, if you have enrolment documentation which you would like to provide such as a birth certificate, proof of residency etc. would you please email documents to Student Services email@example.com
If you do not have a scanner, we are awaiting Directorate advice on alternate methods and/or when school will return to come in and provide documentation.
Here you will find all the information to selecting the right course for you! Please check out UCSSC Lake Ginninderra School Prospectus.
News and About Our School
Are you a passionate and motivated learner?
Would you like to work with a mentor to pursue your aspirations?
Would you benefit from having an Individual Enrichment Plan?
Do you like to hang out with like-minded peers?
If the answer is ‘Yes’ Academic Excellence at UC SSC Lake Ginninderra is the place to be.
Welcome to UC Senior Secondary College Lake Ginninderra (UCSSC Lake Ginninderra). Ginninderra is derived from the Ngunnawal word meaning 'sparkling like the stars' and our college provides students with the skills and enthusiasm for a life of learning, personal growth and improvement.
The College has close associations with all universities in the ACT and higher education links beyond the territory. Our site includes the Academy of Future Skills, the Science Mentors Program ACT, Belconnen Training (RTO), Academic Excellence Program, Sporting Centres of Excellence with links to the Australian Institute of Sport, the only NBA Basketball Academy in the Southern Hemisphere, and we offer a best practice Outdoor Education program. Our alumni include notable community figures in industry, government, research, the Arts and Olympians. Our students participate in a variety of leadership and co-curricular activities available on, and off, campus. read more....
BA (University of Melbourne) Grad Dip (La Trobe University) MEd (University of Canberra)
Single family group tours of the entire college along with advice on course selection and enrolment are possible after school hours, by arrangement only.
To book in for a College tour contact Student Services on 6142 0257.