Remote Learning Guide Term 2 May 2021

The Victorian Government today announced new directions to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.
As a result, in line with the directions issued from Victoria’s Chief Health Officer, all Victorian schools will move to a period of remote and flexible provision from Friday 28 May to Thursday 3 June inclusive.

Student Parent Remote Learning Guide Term 2 May 2021


Student Wellbeing – We are open for business!

Be assured that the availability of Wellbeing Team support to our College community remains in place during remote learning.

We appreciate that these unique times could bring different wellbeing needs to our school community and as a Wellbeing Team, we are ready to support you at this time.

Referrals can be made to the wellbeing team via our email: wellbeing@mc.vic.edu.au A member of the wellbeing team will initially contact you via email or phone.

With consent from parents/carers, this contact could also include the use of video calls using the Google Meet platform with students to provide wellbeing counselling and support.

The Wellbeing Team staff and their hours will remain the same:
They will be available for wellbeing support 9.00 am – 3.30 pm


Mrs Di Douglas

Mrs Di Douglas
Director Student Wellbeing
(Monday-Friday)

Linda Walsch

Linda Walsh
Chaplain
(Tuesday and Thursday)

Katie Haywood

Katie Haywood
Youth Worker
(Monday and Thursday)

Carly Schreiber

Carly Schreiber
Adolescent Health Nurse
(Tuesday and Thursday)


 We thank Annette Matov for her great wellbeing support to families at Mordialloc. We wish her all the best as she leaves us for maternity leave.


We would like to remind you again of a great resource providing mental health support during this time – Headspace, the National Youth Mental Health Foundation.

https://headspace.org.au/young-people/how-to-cope-with-stress-related-to-covid-19/