October is Mental Health Month

Mordialloc College students are participating in a number of online events this week for Mental Health Week, including cooking, meditation and a scavenger hunt.   Please see below for some tips and calendars full of ideas for Mental Health Month during October.   Wellbeing Team wellbeing@mc.vic.edu.au

Literacy Update

Jamie Towsey Dear Families, Students and Community Members,   Welcome back to Term 4, as we enter the home stretch of 2021. I hope that you were all able to find some rest and relaxation over the holidays and that students were able to spend some time away from school work and screens.   It…

Principal’s Update

Dear Families, Students and Community Members,   I hope everyone was able to enjoy the holiday break and is now refreshed and ready to focus on the final stretch for the year.   Return to Onsite Learning and Remote Learning  As I communicated to all families during the first week of the school holidays via…

Facility Development

Today work has recommenced on our new two storey building after the two-week shutdown period of the construction industry. We can still only have 25% of the normal construction workforce on our site, with this changing to 50% by next Tuesday. Brickwork has commenced, Colourbond external wall cladding to commence over next fortnight, services rough…

Department of Education Scholarships

Scholarships are available for Year 4-11 students, Year 12 students planning to undertake tertiary studies in 2022, and Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students planning on completing Years 11 and 12. Year 4-12 student scholarships The Department of Education and Training manages a number of scholarships which are available to students who are currently enrolled…

Assistant Principal’s Update

Dear Families, Students and Community Members, As we draw to the end of another term, it is important to reflect on all our accomplishments as we continue learning during lockdown.  It is not exactly what we would have hoped for at this time of the year, yet we should be very proud of how we…

Making some noise around the house

Making some noise around the house 🎶 While we’ve been swiftly thrown back into another remote-learning, “this is way too much screen-time”, “at least I’m getting a chance to finally catch up on the gardening”, “goodness my family can be really annoying”, “I’ve never taken my dog on so many walks”, environment, our College music students…

Wellbeing Update

Welcome Juliet O’Sullivan to the Wellbeing Team Juliet will work with the Wellbeing Team in the range of prevention and early intervention wellbeing supports provided. Juliet will have a particular focus of working with the senior students, staff and families. We also look forward to Juliet sharing and contributing her experience and expertise in the…