2020 is a year like no other. The challenges of COVID-19 continue but I am confident that we have the experience, support, skills, optimism and team work to help each other get through these difficult times.  We continue to see excellence in all aspects of our College community and that is… Read More

In moments of challenge, we must learn to adapt. It’s definitely a test for a library during the Remote Learning period, however, we’ve risen to the challenge which we have been presented with and have looked at new and exciting ways to engage with our community while we are mostly… Read More

Mindfulness Matters How often do you take time out to focus on you and your well-being? Join us for a relaxed mindfulness session, every Friday, in the comfort of your own home! Email us to join! mindfulness@mooroolbarkcollege.vic.edu.au Jamila Lopez QuickSmart Literacy Instructor Jana Lant QuickSmart Literacy Coordinator Read More

Year 6 to 7 Transition While Year 6 students have been undertaking Remote Learning with their Primary School, here at Mooroolbark College we have been finalising our intake for Year 7, 2021. In accordance with the latest DET transition guidelines, placement offers have been forwarded to Primary Schools to advise current Year 6 students.  An information pack from… Read More

We hope everyone is staying safe during this difficult time. It is very important that we are still getting out for an hour of physical activity each day, whether it’s a walk, run, bike ride or anything else possible and within the restrictions.    Here are another 3 ways to stay… Read More

I am pleased to say we are past the half way point of this term and while Remote Learning has presented some challenges, it has not stopped Mooroolbark College students achieving excellence in a variety of different areas. Over the last few weeks, students have been involved in Remote House Assemblies which have allowed students to… Read More

We know that mental health of adolescents is particularly vulnerable during these uncertain Covid 19 times and with recent cases of Covid19 in our own neighborhood, some of our young people may be feeling an even greater sense of uncertainly and anxiety. What was ‘way over there” now feels ‘much closer to home’.  Dr Michael Carr Greg, one of… Read More

Remote learning has been challenging for everyone, however we would like to acknowledge the added layer of complexity many of our EAL families are facing during this time. We have continued to see outstanding work from students during remote learning. The following two pieces of work are just two examples of the wonderful work being completed by our students.   Biak… Read More