Melba Copland Secondary School

Melba Copland Secondary School (MCSS) is a dual campus secondary school situated in the West Belconnen region of Canberra, the capital of Australia. It is the only government school in the Canberra region providing secondary education for all students from years 7 to 12, and offering both the International Baccalaureate Middle Years program (MYP) and Diploma Program (DP). MCSS provides a rich education for 21st century learners in a context of Excellence, Integrity and Harmony.

Latest Happenings at Melba Copland Secondary School

Please click here to see more news from Melba Copland Secondary School

The Future Bright Panel

Posted on 14 Dec 2020

Did you know that our principal was recently a guest on a live panel hosted by Will Anderson?  The Future Bright Panel spent time discussing whether or not the future is indeed bright and Kerrie, alongside some of her UC colleagues, spent some time discussing their professional and personal thoughts on this matter.  If you have a bit of spare time and  would like to know a bit more about Kerrie and her educational philosophies and values (or you just love Will Anderson and want to watch him 😊) then please follow this link…

 

https://www.canberra.edu.au/futurebright



National Education Summit

Posted on 08 Dec 2020

Congratulations to Mali and Lisette!

Our MCSS HS Library has been featured in the National Education Summit blog this month.

Teacher Librarians Mali and Lisette talk about the work they have done to promote recreational literacy in our school community and the fantastic outcomes they have had with student engagement through the various programs they have offered.  We are indeed fortunate to have professional librarians at our school who are acknowledged as leading practitioners at the national level.

Featured is Year 9 student Ellie S., a frequent patron of the Library’s book request program.

Please take the time to have a read of this celebration of MCSS achievements:

https://nationaleducationsummit.com.au/new-blog/librariesasliteracyleaders



Latest happenings Archives