CLP Resources

It is recommended that Home School Liaison Teachers visit the following websites:

The intention is that they are to be accessed by liaisons in order to create realistic, manageable student owned CLP projects - the ruMAD site has the 8 keys to madness which is of particular help. In order to access the 8 keys to madness, teachers or facilitators need to register and then access TOOLKIT.

Snowy River Students - CLP projects

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Student Team Report - Canterbury Girls Secondary College Print E-mail

Hi, we’re from Canterbury Girls Secondary College. Our names are Sophie, Ellie, Maclyn, Jo, Jess and Gab. We have been selected to come to Snowy River Campus for 10 weeks and in that time we will complete a Community Learning Project (CLP).

Sophie is 14 years old and she went to Camberwell Primary school. She has been playing the piano for eight years and flute for three years. Ellie is 14 years old, she went to Wattle Park Primary school. Ellie loves sport and has been playing netball for five years. Maclyn is 14 years old, she went Mount Albert Primary school. She was born America and now lives in Australia. Jo is 15 years old, she went to Roberts McCubbin Primary school. She loves sports but her favorite is Basketball. Jess is 14 years old, she went the Greythorn Primary school. She loves to act and had been in many productions. Gab is 14 years old, she went to Deepdene Primary school. She has been playing Basketball for nine years. We have all been at Canterbury Girls Secondary Collage for nearly three years now.

Canterbury Girls Secondary College Student Team Report

Community Learning Project (CLP)

Our CLP is called ‘Life History: The stories of their lives’. Our school group has decided to make our CLP about supporting the elderly feel valued, respected and important to the whole community. The way we are going to achieve this is by developing a book about the residents at Kew Gardens Aged Care. During term three we will go to Kew Gardens and interview them about their lives and what it was like to live back when they were young. We will include all the interviewees stories in a book to give to them and their families.

When we get back to our home school, we plan to interview and write the stories throughout term. In term four we are going to edit and publish our book. We have already held two fundraisers and so far have raised $500. We are planning to do other fundraiser when we get back to our home school so we can have enough money to publish our book.