All parents can access a vast amount of information via The Hive, our online portal for learning and sharing information.
The Hive provides information about bus services, the College Uniform Shop and fee payments, as well as links to our external providers Flexischools (online lunch ordering system), CareMonkey (communication app) and Extend (Out of School Hours Care provider).
There are nine school bus routes provided by Driver Bus Services, with routes from Hampton in the north to Mount Eliza in the south and Lyndhurst in the east, with many more Bayside suburbs in-between. Our current routes and details about how to register for bus travel can be found on our bus services page.
For the remainder of Term 2, all uniform should be purchased online.
Parents are unable to visit the onsite Uniform Shop; however, if you have a particular question regarding uniform, please call the Uniform Shop on 8740 2212 during their opening hours to make an appointment and a Noone staff member will meet you in Reception.
To order uniforms online, please visit www.noone.com.au and select Cornish College.
For more information about pricing and our Uniform Policy, visit our Uniform Page
The canteen is closed for the remainder of Term 2.
Our canteen is open for morning recess and lunch every day. You can order lunch on The Hive or at www.flexischools.com.au by 9.00am each day. If your child forgets their lunch, our office staff can provide a Lunch Authority for them to give to the canteen. Our canteen and food technology classes follow our Anaphylaxis Policy and are nut-free.
We encourage all families to provide packaging-free snacks and lunches to support our Nude Food initiative and to be mindful not to pack nut-based foods in school lunchboxes.
Parents are able to make online payments or set up regular direct debit payments.
The College offers Out of School Hours Care through Extend.
School camps provide children with inspiring experiences in the great outdoors, excursions encourage a deeper understanding of how the world works and sports teach teamwork, discipline and leadership and all are part of a healthy curriculum. The Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) is provided by the Victorian Government to eligible families, to help cover the costs of school trips, camps and sporting activities.
For more information, visit the Department of Education and Training’s CSEF information page.