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.

Alpine School Students - CLP projects

Community Learning Projects



CLP Projects - Term 2 2011
  • Mount Eliza Secondary College – Cancer Awareness Program for Youth
  • Camperdown College – Upgrading of the Public Toilet by Redecoration
  • Sandringham Secondary College – Healthy living lifestyle workshop for Primary students
  • Colac Secondary College – Youth information booklet
  • Carrum Downs Secondary College – Health Promotion expo for Primary students
  • Terang College – Upgrading the interpretation walk around Mt Noorat
  • Elisabeth Murdoch College – Eco Focus on being resource smart
  • Bellarine Secondary College – Youth festival with a focus on educating about depression



CLP Projects - Term 1 2011

  • Templestowe College – Constructing a mobile eco house.
  • Wellington Secondary College – Program for the integration of multicultural students
  • Canterbury Girls Secondary College – Life Program for a local retirement village
  • Kew High School – Eating Healthily
  • Rutherglen High School – Promotion of the local rail trail bike path
  • Swan Hill College – Health, activity and the community program
  • Red Cliffs Secondary College – Fundraising program for the local nursing home
  • Castlemaine Secondary College – Animal Wildlife awareness program



Small Teams Achieve Success

Teenagers in Emergencies Booklet

These pages show the front and back cover of a 32 page booklet that a team of students produced for their Community Learning Project. The team of Jess, Sam, Tim and Amy are from Maffra Secondary College and were at the Alpine School in Term 2, 2008.

Teenagers in EmergenciesTeenagers in Emergencies

The booklet has only recently been launched and focuses specifically on how teenagers can Plan-Act-Respond specifically during emergencies such as fires and floods. It is an invaluable resource and is gaining more recognition each day.

The success of the booklet has extended to interviews, presentations and appropriate accolades for the team. School and families continue to be rewarded with pride as the efforts and outcomes of a small team continues to achieve great success.

By Russell Shem (Campus Principal)

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