CLP Projects & Visions - Term 1 2017 Print E-mail

During Term 1 2017, the following Community Learning Projects (CLP) related to their home communities will be undertaken by each of the School Teams:

St Albans Secondary College Needs 4 da needing

MOTTO: “Human Love: let’s spread it.”

“Why is this project important to us?”
Because we believe everyone should be equal and everyone has a purpose. Homeless people barely have any of the things they need and are a galaxy away from having the things they want. We want to change that.

Our Team’s Project in a nutshell:

What?We will give supplies to the homeless around our area
How? We will fundraise and ask for donations to buy and get donations of supplies and go on public transport to the nearby areas.
Who? We will get a couple of adults to help and supervise, but we will do most of it.
When? Term 2 and 3

Braybrook College Fitness Friday!

MOTTO:“Stay healthy, stay happy.”

“Why is this project important to us?”
This project is important to us because we are involved in the community and we want everyone to be fit and active instead of being unproductive and eating unhealthy foods.

Our Team’s Project in a nutshell:

What? We will make public speeches to schools and the community to tell them about being active and being involved in sports/activities.
How? We can succeed in this project by advertising it with flyers, stalls and permission notes. We will visit local schools and conduct activities and games with healthy snacks.
Who? We will work with Yr. 7-9 and primary school students along with the help of the local community.
When? Term 2: promotions; Term 3: starting project.
Yarrawonga P-12 Raising Money for Cancer

MOTTO:“One person can make a difference.”

“Why is this project important to us?”
It’s important to us because we have a girl in our year who has cancer. 

Our Team's Vision and the Actions We Will Take:

What? We want to raise money for Leukaemia.
How? TBA
Who? Year 9 students from Yarrawonga.
When? TBA

Euroa Secondary College Domestic awareness

MOTTO: “Let’s knock out the violence!”

“Why is this project important to us?”
Because we are passionate about sharing awareness about domestic violence and helping those in need.

Our Team’s Project in a nutshell:

What? We are going to hold a fun day to raise awareness for those who have been through domestic violence or care about domestic violence.
How?We will have stalls there with food and maybe some little gifts to take home that will cost a small donation.
Who? The money will go to the White Ribbon Foundation.
When? TBA

Mt Alexander College Autism Awareness

MOTTO: “Open your eyes to the bigger things.”

“Why is this project important to us?”
Autism awareness is important to us because everyone should know about it. It is especially important to Ella because her brother has autism.

Our Team’s Project in a nutshell:

What?We are going to go to local disability schools to volunteer and fundraise money for autism foundations
How? We will get in touch with local disability schools and autism foundations and talk about volunteering and donating
Who?We hope to have the help of some people from our school.
When?We will volunteer on designated days throughout Term 2 and Term 3.

Numurkah Secondary College Supporting local kids

MOTTO:“Fun for kids!”

“Why is this project important to us?”
This project is important to us because we are all passionate about helping people in need.

Our Team’s Project in a nutshell:
What? We will hold a fun day at the local showgrounds with lots of fun activities for kids to participate in. By doing this we will raise money to buy toys for the kids ward in our local hospital.
How?We will raise money with the help of schools and other organisations in our community.
Who?We will co-operate with our school, year level students and local recreational clubs.
When?We wish to have this completed by Term 4 in 2017.

McGuire College Connecting Cultures

MOTTO:“The past is now the future.”

“Why is this project important to us?”
Because they are the traditional owners of this land and their stories, history and culture deserves to be passed down through future generations.

Our Team’s Project in a nutshell:

What?An excursion to Barmah and possibly Rumbulara to learn about aboriginal history and culture.
Who?For all the Year 9 students at our school.
How?Fundraise money to pay for transport and activities.
Who? The transition leader and Koori rep at our school as well as other members of the aboriginal community.
When?It will be completed by Term 4 this year.

Williamstown High School Helping the homeless.

MOTTO:“Tackle the real problem.”

“Why is this project important to us?”
Because we all believe that everyone should be equal in the way they live.

Our Team’s Project in a nutshell:

What? A footy family fun day at the Williamstown Seagulls’ stadium.
Who? For anyone who loves footy and wants to support an important cause in Williamstown.
Fundraise money by teams and spectators paying an entry fee.
It will occur during Term 4 this year, or during the footy season.

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