Kind, curious, imaginative, bold, unique … The Girls on Fire podcast celebrates the students, staff and community members who capture the spirit of MLC.
In Series One we focused on leadership, innovation, resilience, music, MLC memories, passions, aspirations and online learning.
Listen free below or on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Pocket Casts.
The Reel World
MLC Collegian Zoe Flood shares her experiences as a leading journalist and documentary filmmaker with Year 12 Media student Grace, who aspires to work for the United Nations.
After studying History and Politics at Oxford University, Zoe went on to work and live in Nairobi for the past 10 years, reporting on conflict and post-conflict situations for international media outlets.
The Trip of a Lifetime
After they both received prestigious SAGSE Scholarships, Year 12 students Tara and Ava embarked on a 10-week exchange in Germany. They had the opportunity to travel independently and experience daily school life in a new country, building resilience and confidence along the way.
Hear about how this experience has shaped their future aspirations and given them a greater understanding of the world beyond MLC.
Leading the Way
Year 12s Baci and Georgina share their learnings from this year’s Student Leadership Conference in Sydney, covering everything from goal setting to leaving an impact to building confidence when public speaking.
Listen in to hear more about their experience and how they are going to implement their new skills at MLC.
Our COVID-19 Learning Continuity Plan
Our Director of Innovation, Mrs Meagan King, chats to Year 11 student Ruby about the MLC Learning Continuity Plan and what it means for students.
As our girls transition to virtual classrooms, this episode will answer all your questions about our specialised approach to online learning.
COVID-19: Teacher Insights
Discover how our teachers are embracing innovation during the COVID-19 crisis. Two of our Kindergarten–Year 6 educators, Ms Depiazzi and Ms Paul, reflect on their experiences during the first week of teacher-directed online learning.
Listen in to hear them discuss how our classrooms have temporarily evolved, their digital approach to supporting student wellbeing, and why patience and a sense of humour have never been more important.
Inside an Online Classroom
At MLC, building a strong student-teacher connection is key to supporting each individual’s learning journey. In this week’s episode, we hear from Year 8 student Monet, who chats with her teacher, Ms Crawford, about how they have adjusted to teacher-directed online learning.
Hear their advice on staying motivated while learning from home, nurturing connections in an online classroom and maintaining a positive mindset through challenging times.