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2022 VSL Centre classes open on Saturday 5 Of February
31 December, 2021
Congratulations to our 2021 VCE Students
The 2021 VCE results were released by the VCAA on 16 December. Despite facing a difficult year our students performed very well indeed. Special mention must be made of those 25 students who received the top mark in the State in their language. The other highlight was the seven (7) students who received the perfect score of 50. The successes will be highlighted in Semester 1 Bulletins next year.

Centre Classes Enrolments for 2022
Parents can enrol their children online during the Christmas/New Year holiday period, however the allocation to classes by the school will not be processed until mid-January. To register students, please go to the VSL enrolment page at . If you experience any issues while enrolling, please email providing as much information about your issue as possible.
The Centre classes commence on Saturday 5 February (and equivalent dates mid-week).

Distance Education Enrolments
The teaching of students in the school’s distance Education section commences in the week starting Monday 31 January.
Parents can register students for Distance Education by visiting . Should you have any difficulties please email as much information as possible to
The student’s base school Co-ordinator then needs to contact the VSL Enrolment officer (Sophie) on (03) 9474 0500 from Monday 24 January onwards.

International Students
All schools hosting International Students can enrol them in VSL Language classes (either in Centres or in Distance Education) if the host school does not teach a Student’s preferred language.
Contact the VSL Enrolment Officer (Sophie) on (03) 9474 0500 from Monday 24 January onwards.

A Happy Festive season to everyone and may 2022 bring lots of good news and the weakening of the virus.
Annual Hindi Function - Dandenong
01 December, 2021
For the last class of the year, Hindi students of VSL Dandenong participated in an end of the year cultural program.  Quick answer questions, poetry puzzles, riddles, memory games, dance performances by students etc. were part of the annual celebrations. Certificates and prizes were given to all students for encouraging and reading Hindi. 
This program was completed in collaboration with the Hindi Education Association, Australia. On this occasion, the President of Hindi Shiksha Sangh, Dr. Subhash Sharma informed students of the importance of Hindi and Indian culture. He also described Lord Macaulay, including his understanding about India, the high character of Indians 200 years ago and how his new education system changed that. Dr Sharma appealed to the students not to limit Hindi education to the classroom and to speak freely to the people of their family and the extended Indian community. This is how the language that is spoken remains alive.
VSL Area Manager, Heather Rae, also extended her best wishes to the students. In Saturday’s program, Hindi teacher Shally Khanna, who is also the secretary of the Hindi Education Association, made a special contribution in the organization. Manju Aggarwal (Vice President), Upma Mittal, Anjali Gupta, Saloni Surawala and Meenu Srivastava also made special contributions to the event.

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Vietnamese Awards - Collingwood
01 December, 2021

Despite another challenging year, we managed to finish our onsite F-10 classes on a positive note.

It was wonderful to visit classes and celebrate students’ achievements.
At the Victorian School of Languages, we believe in celebrating the successes of our students and valuing their positive contribution to their language studies.

Awards for Academic Excellence and gift bags were presented by Ms Hanna Ngo, Vietnamese 5-7 teacher and Ms Vanda Matruglio, Area VSL Area Manager to the following students:

Academic Award winners:

Year 5:      First: Julya NGUYEN
                  Second:  Oscar CAO
                  Third: Annie WONG

Year 6:      First: Calvin Duy TRAN
                  Second: Rose Thanh Truc HOANG
                  Third: Adrian Huy NGUYEN

Year 7:      First: Chanel TRAN
                  Second: Allan TRUONG
                  Third: Emily NELSON

The rest of the
students were all presented with Merit Awards and gift bags.

The awards recognised students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their language studies this year.

We hope that the awards motivate all students to continue with their Vietnamese studies with the same commitment and passion shown this year.

Vanda Matruglio,  Area Manager

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Tamil End of Year Celebration 2021
26 November, 2021

Every year Tamilar Inc., in association with Victorian School of Languages, proudly celebrates an End of Year event to mark our Tamil students’ achievements and proficiency in their mother tongue.

Due to the pandemic, this year's event was organised on Saturday 20th November 2021 as an online event. This of course presented its unique challenges. To minimise the technology challenges amongst the 250+ students and their parents we decided to divide the event and run it simultaneously as four events covering the four areas of Point Cook (Area 1), Lalor (Area 2), Truganina, Caroline Springs & Melton (Area 3) and Craigieburn (Area 4).

It was a wonderful event recognising student and teacher achievements and a true celebration of culture and heritage.

You can read the detailed report at:

The full video compilation of the student performances can be accessed at by following this link:

VSL - Tamilar Inc End Of Year 2021 Student Talent Showcase. (Password: Tamilar EOY2021)

Well done to everybody.

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Northwest Vietnamese Promotional Videos
12 November, 2021

teachers, parents and students at our Northwest Area have been busy making videos reporting on Vietnamese language activities and promoting the language

Below are the links to the promotional videos published on Youtube.

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