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Bully Stoppers: Being Cool Online

Students achieve their best at school in safe and supportive environments, where they are free from bullying and disruptive behavior.  We put a big emphasis on making sure we provide a great environment for our students – one that promotes tolerance and is inclusive, harmonious and free from bullying. We can work towards this goal…

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Middle School Awards

On Monday 26 March Years 7, 8 and 9 congregated in the Learning Centre to attend the middle school assembly. During this assembly 164 middle school students were recognised for their hard work and dedication to their studies throughout the term. Of the 164 students who were recognised, 41 students received two or more awards. The…

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Intermediate VCAL -Taking one for Mordialloc Pier

Australia has one of the best natural landscapes in the world. With our pristine beaches, ancient forests and flourishing marine life, we have some of the most unique flora and fauna in the world. But the rubbish we create through mass consumption is choking our streets, beaches, parks, bushland and waterways. We are all part…

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Student Wellbeing Update

Dear Families, Students and Community members, It is hard to believe we are already over halfway through first term for the 2018 school year! Before any more of the year gets away, it is important that I fill you in on the area of Student Wellbeing at Mordialloc College. At Mordialloc College we place a strong emphasis…

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Show Some Respect

Wednesday 7th March  all Year 8’s attended a drama performance titled “Show Some Respect” performed by an outside production company, Class Act Theatre run by the Melbourne Wellbeing Program. The act was a great opportunity for the students to learn about different types of harassment and bullying and the ramifications this behaviour can have on…

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Intrepid MC Debaters win round one of the Victorian Schools Competition

Last Tuesday night, students from years 7 to 12 competed in Round 1 of the Victorian Schools Debating Competition. After weeks of rigorous training and tense practice debates, our hardened debate team was prepared to persuade. Our students were the underdogs walking into the Haileybury’s well established debating precinct. For example, Jeremy Thai Chan, an…

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Chinese New Year Party

On Monday night 19/02/18 our thirty-nine international students including students from our local language schools attended a Chinese New Year Party at the House of Delight in Glen Waverley. As this was the first time some of the students were away from their home in China at the time of Chinese New Year – it…

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Year 7 Camp

This year the year 7’s and I went to The Summit camp in Trafalgar. We got to get to know people that we haven’t met before. There were so many activities and new challenges that we had to face. The staff were encouraging and so supportive throughout the time we were there. I was in…

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Year 9 Advance Snorkelling

The day started meeting everyone at school early and catching the school bus to Portsea pier. It wasn’t the nicest day to go as while we were on our way down to the pier, it was spitting and it was dark and cloudy. When we arrived at Portsea, we hopped off the school bus and…

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Strengthening Culture of Achievement

My ongoing mantra to everyone here has been to set ‘High Expectations’ in everything we do. High expectations of our own performance and of those we influence, whether we are student, teacher or parent. Underpinning this focus are our core values of Personal Best, Integrity, Respect and Responsibility. It is so important that they continue…