March 17, 2017

On behalf of MLC, I would like to take this opportunity to thank all families that participated in the Parents’ Survey at the end of last year.

The survey is conducted annually and provides us with an opportunity to measure a number of key performance indicators as well as explore other areas of interest. This research provides vital information, which is invaluable in our planning, program development and communications for the College.

A number of families expressed the desire to speak with us further and we are continuing to follow up with those people. In the coming weeks we will share some key findings and trends identified in the study. Your feedback and participation in such studies assists us to continue to build a stronger MLC Community.

In addition to the Parents’ Survey we are also conducting a broader brand health study to assist us in better understanding the motivations around school selection and the broader communities’ perceptions of MLC. As part of the survey, we will be inviting all current parents, prospective families and friends of MLC to participate. 

An external research company, Essence Communications, will be conducting the online survey. This survey will be completely anonymous and take approximately 10-15 minutes of your time. We would encourage you to take this opportunity to share your thoughts and personal experience as part of this study.  The results will provide MLC with valuable information to assist us in future planning to ensure we continue to provide the very best educational experience. If you have any questions about the survey, please contact me at dicksfl@mlc.vic.edu.au


Kind regards,

Ms Fiona Dickson
MLC Director of Community Engagement

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