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Following advice from the Victorian Government on Tuesday 7 April, Elwood College will be conducting remote and flexible learning during Term 2.

 This is a step all Victorian government schools are taking to help slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). This means that all students who can learn at home must learn from home. This is a very clear directive from the Victorian Government based on the advice of the Chief Health Officer.

Starting Year 7 at Elwood College

The Year 10 Boys have been participating in workshops run by Tomorrow Man. Tomorrow Man and Tomorrow Woman deliver workshops around Australia to people of all ages. They disrupt outdated traditional gender stereotypes and help participants define and own their unique story. Enabling them to confidently navigate a world of expectations, demands and emotional complexity, creating a healthier life for themselves and the people they love. These sessions are currently being delivered online, with the hope that they may return to be on-site later in the year

 

The Australian Government is providing $30.2 million in 2019–20 for the Local Schools Community Fund (the Fund).

The Fund was an application-based process open to all eligible schools – government, Catholic and independent – designed to benefit students and their school community by contributing to small scale projects and their associated costs at the local school level. Elwood College has been successful and will be installing a new computer lab; specifically, aimed at STEM based subjects at Middle School

 

On Monday, 2nd March, four members of the St Kilda Football Club came to do a workshop with the Year 7 Students.  Players Paddy Ryder, Logan Austin, Ryan Abbot and Jack Sinclair answered questions and ran football clinics with the students. Special Thanks to all who arranged such a great visit for our students.

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