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 - Doncaster Secondary College Print E-mail

Hi my name is Elliot Batt. I came to the School for Student Leadership because I like to take as many opportunities as I can. I came here because it was a way for me to learn new leadership skills. My highlights so far are surfing and the ball room dancing. I really enjoyed these two because they are quite active. I liked surfing because it was so much fun and afterwards I was so relaxed and I liked dancing because it is a great way to socialise and talk to people you wouldn’t normally talk to.

My name is Keishan Hunkar. I came to the School for Student Leadership because it is a great way to further develop my leadership skills and a great way to develop as a person. There have been many highlights so far this term but the thing that I have enjoyed the most is Bridge Building because it was a great way for our team to work together and become closer as a group and as friends. The thing I have enjoyed learning the most was the Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument because it was interesting to learn about the different personalities that people can have.

Doncaster Secondary College - Team Report

Doncaster Secondary College

We come from Doncaster Secondary College, a multicultural school based around 15 kilometers from the CBD of Melbourne. It has roughly 1,300 students and is a large school with many unique facilities.

Being here at Snowy has been awesome. We have all been given so many new opportunities and had so much fun. Each day we have student leaders that facilitate most of the day. Being student leader has helped us develop our presenting skills and our organisation skills. We also have different duties that we all have to do like breakfast setup, lunch pack up, bathroom cleanup and chooks. Doing duties gives us a sense of community as we all have to pitch in to make our time here positive. We have many different committees that we can be a part of like the t-shirt committee, the cooking committee, the sports committee, and many more. The committees are good ways to get different students together and organise different aspects for community. The meals so far have been really awesome and tasty. They have a different meal each night which is also good. The bedrooms are also great and really comfortable but I could use some more wardrobe space. The Expos are awesome. Hiking for three days is something I really enjoy. It also brings us a whole lot closer to the people you are hiking with.

Community Learning Project

Our Community Learning Project (CLP) is Sustainability Education.
We are going to go to our local primary school to teach the year four students about sustainability on water, rubbish, and electricity. Our vision is for a community where young people can learn in a sustainable, clean environment and are aware of how small changes in their everyday life, like flicking the switch, can make a massive overall difference in their community. We hope to achieve this by teaching the students different facts about sustainability and let them share the knowledge that they have learnt. We hope that this makes a major difference in our community and the global community.

 
CLP Projects - Term 3 2015 Print E-mail

During Term 3 2015, the following Community Learning Projects (CLP) have been nominated and are being developed by each of the School Teams attending the Snowy River Campus.

  • Williamstown HSHealthy Lifestyle
  • Red Cliffs SCWalk for Wheels – support local hospital
  • Copperfield CollegeTake the Less out of Homeless
  • Irymple SCStop Cancer Today!
  • Hoppers Crossing SCHealthy kids for Hoppers
  • Weeroona College BendigoPromoting community sport
  • Taylors Lakes SCSupport for Native Wildlife
  • Ararat SCFood drive for Homeless.

 
CLP Projects - Term 2 2015 Print E-mail

During Term 2 2015, the following Community Learning Projects (CLP) have been nominated and are being developed by each of the School Teams attending the Snowy River Campus.

  • Horsham College – Obesity Awareness
  • Brauer SC – Getting Grasmere Healthy, Mentally, Physically & Socially
  • Kaniva College – Promoting Physical Activity
  • Camperdown SC – Improving Fredrick St bathroom facilities
  • Phoenix P12 Community College – Colour for Kids – fundraising for Ballarat Hospital children’s ward
  • Matthew Flinders Girls SC – By the Bay for CFA
  • Colac SC – Leaders on the Field
  • Hopetoun P12 College – Healthy Hopes for Hopetoun.

 
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School for Student Leadership is a Victorian Department of Education and Training (DET) initiative offering a unique residential education experience for year nine students. The curriculum focuses on personal development and team learning projects sourced from students' home regions. There are three campuses in iconic locations across Victoria. The Alpine School Campus is located at Dinner Plain in the Victorian Alps. Snowy River Campus is near the mouth of the Snowy River at Marlo in east Gippsland. The third site is adjacent to Mount Noorat near Camperdown in Victoria’s Western District, and is called Gnurad-Gundidj. After consultation with the local aboriginal community, this name represents both the indigenous name of the local area and an interpretation of the statement "belonging to this place".
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Our school community acknowledges the Gunaikurnai, Bidawel and Gundijmara people as the traditional custodians of the land upon which our school campuses are built. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their Elders past and present, and especially whose children attend our school.