What an inspiring time. Five students took up the challenge of working in Melbourne and headed down on Monday under the expert guidance of Reinier Bouman and Fran Clarke. As with all things brand new and far out of comfort zones, the first challenge was to get a Myki card and negotiate the public transport system. Working out directions and a tram going the wrong way started the week, but by Wednesday all students were all flying around, working out the quickest way of getting to where they
needed. Melbourne is full of characters, some good and some with a sad story to tell. Our students developed a new sense of empathy for those who are not so fortunate.
Grant worked with our favourite son Scott Lucas at Edihad Stadium, Louella was sorting books and helping the public with the catalogue system at Moonee Ponds Library,
Tess has some funny stories to tell from her time at North Melbourne Children’s Centre, notwithstanding getting a geography lesson from a 3 year old, Dexter put both his primary teaching and hospitality skills to good use at North Melbourne Primary School and Mitch experienced planes, planes and more planes at Avionics 2000 at...
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