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- Nick Wakeling – A School Year Like No Other
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Tag Archives: MDLC
A Spoonville of sugar makes the medicine go down… in the most delightful way. A growing population of spoon people have been creating quite a stir in the Gully recently, with spoon colonies cropping up all over the place. If … Continue reading
Students from MDLC (Mountain District Learning Centre)’s Foundation VCAL Class (Jack, Dylan and Adrian) are volunteering to grow mullets for mental health. The class is working with the Black Dog Institute to help raise funds for mental health research, and … Continue reading
During Term 3 MDLC will be holding a variety of interesting and fun workshops online via Zoom! Check below for details. Mondays Where: Your lounge room! Cost: Free! 12.30pm to 2.30pm: Computers & Coffee Club Join Jon to talk everything … Continue reading
Mountain District Learning Centre (MDLC) moved to remote delivery of all programs in keeping with the directive made by the Victorian Government for schools to close during term two. The decision was made due to the vulnerability of many of … Continue reading
The main focus for this year is to have MDLC registered as a school for 2020, resulting in changes to the way in which their education programs are nuanced. It is hoped this will bring a level of stability and … Continue reading
Photos by Barbara Oehring Celebrating Ten Years of Ferntree Gully News The reception to celebrate the tenth year of publication for Ferntree Gully News, as well as the book launch of our anthology Ferntree Gully News: Scenes & Stories 2009-2017, … Continue reading
State MP and Minister for Higher Education and Skills, Nick Wakeling at MDLC with manager Janet Claringbold, Board members and Education Co-ordinator, Carlie Case. You may have seen in the local paper the good news about a significant grant from … Continue reading