• New Websites for RNLC and RNS are on the way!

    Following the establishment of the River Nile School, which uses the existing ABN, Charity and Incorporated Associations Registrations of the former RNLC, new websites are needed for the School and the reestablished River Nile Learning Centre with its new ABN , Incorporated Association Registration and Charity status. Work is well under way to achieve this […]

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    River Nile School Approved For 2017

    Early in 2016 the RNLC Committee of Management made the decision to try to establish an Independent School for young women Refugees and Asylum Seekers. An application was made to VRQA for approval and after much work, policy writing and development of ideas, the River Nile School was formed in September 2016 and approved by […]

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    2016 Successes and 2017 Wish List

    2016 has been another huge year. In terms of capacity building, advice from the VRQA received in December that our application for an Independent School – the River Nile School – had been approved is the single biggest achievement in our 10-year history as it will underpin sustainable delivery of our core VCAL program. Of […]

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    2017 VCAL Program – Enrol Now!

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    The River Nile School addresses the unique education needs of young refugee and asylum seeker school age women. Our VCAL (Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning) Programs are designed for students having difficulties with the literacy and numeracy demands of a large school setting or who have disengaged from mainstream school. Our highly experienced, EAL (English […]

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    Please Donate – EOFY Tax Time Donations

    People from all walks of life and a wide variety of organisations share our passion to bring positive change through education. With 30 June fast approaching, we take this opportunity to encourage people to consider an EOFY tax time donation to support our work. We appreciate any level of donation, every dollar helps. RNLC is […]

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