Girls on Fire Podcast

Kind, curious, imaginative, bold, unique … The Girls on Fire podcast celebrates the students, staff and community members who capture the spirit of MLC. Listen to Series Two free below or on SpotifyApple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts and Pocket Casts.

Episode Seven

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War on Waste

Our Year 6 Sustainability Committee members share their facts and learnings on how to live a more sustainable life. They are passionate about reducing plastic use and creating a cleaner world for their future.

Episode Six

Hollis And Georgie

Heavens Above

From NASA in Houston to a role as the MLC Chaplain, Reverend Hollis Wilson has had a fascinating career. In this week’s podcast he speaks to our Deputy Head Prefect, Georgie, about everything from Star Wars to serving others to the Uniting Church’s modern perspective on Christianity.

Episode Five

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We Are Family

To celebrate National Boarding Week, the MLC podcast explores day-to-day life within our Boarding House. Hear the girls reflect on their experiences with everything from close friendships to unique morning wake-up calls to the ultimate chicken curry lunches.

Episode Four

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Handy Work

Our Year 10 Engineering students took on the challenge of creating prosthetic hands using materials from around the house during their recent period of teacher-directed online learning. Hear about their ingenious approaches to this project, and how Engineering has developed their creativity, collaboration skills and problem-solving ability.

Episode Three

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I Love My Mum Because...

In celebration of Mother’s Day, we asked our students to tell us about the special bonds they share with their mums. From giving the best cuddles to making hot chocolates, listen in to hear about the motherly acts of love and kindness most appreciated by our girls.

Episode Two

The Simple Things Podcast

The Simple Things

This week’s podcast is a little different to usual. Instead of hearing from one or two members of our community, we asked a whole range of people, from our younger students to our staff members, what they cherished most about spending time at home over the school holidays. Listen in to hear about how they made the most of having more time to enjoy the best—and often most simple—things in life, such as spending time with family or learning a new skill.

Episode One

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Finding Her Voice

Year 10 student Savannah was selected from more than 1000 applicants to take part in Australia’s most prestigious junior public-speaking competition, the United Nations Youth Voice National Finals.

Savannah is a determined individual, who credits a lot of her success to hours of research and rehearsals with her family. Here, she discusses her passion for giving speeches, exploring complex topics and working towards her ultimate goal of serving others as a leader.

Series One

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Listen to our First Series

In Series One we focused on leadership, innovation, resilience, music, MLC memories, passions, aspirations and online learning.

Listen to episodes from Series One.