Glenroy College School Community Action Team

Project Details

The Glenroy School Community Action Teams consisted of school leadership, community, educational organisations, community organisations and local government representations. The Action team used data to develop an early intervention strategy to create change and build capacity of schools to address the disengagement of young people from education. This resulted in a successful three phase school-community partnership project to improve student engagement.

Following the work completed in 2013, Glenroy College is leading a community wide response to improve student engagement for students in years 5-7.  This has involved the Principals of 7 schools and members of the team collaborating to analyse student attendance data and design a response that enables the schools to work with families more effectively.

Reports

  • The first phase of work was the development of the Moreland Under 16 Report, including data collection and recommendation.
    Moreland Under 16 Report: U16: Invisible & Ineligible Download (PDF, 924 KB)
  • Glenroy School Community Action Team Info Sheet Download (PDF, 323 KB)

Partners

The Glenroy School Community Action Teams  and Moreland Under 16 Report were established by the Moreland Youth Commitment in partnership with the following organisations:

  • Arabic Welfare
  • Brunswick Youth Services
  • Glenroy College
  • headspace Glenroy
  • Inner Northern Youth Connections (INYC) Consortium
  • NMIT
  • Moreland City Council
  • The Salvation Army Crossroads