BGKLLEN | Resources
Our Resources include regional scans of the Bayside, Glen Eira & Kingston areas, a listing of services for young people and our annual reports.
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Resources

Toolkits

Click image below to download the New Work Order VCAL Teacher Toolkit.
New Work Order VCAL Teacher Toolkit
The Foundation for Young Australians, in partnership with the BGKLLEN, have launched an innovative new teacher toolkit for VCAL educators. Mapped to curriculum and drawing on the New Work Order report series from FYA, the New Work Order VCAL Teacher Toolkit offers resources required for teachers to facilitate an immersive learning experience that extends beyond the classroom.

To order some of our Anti-Anxiety Cards developed in partnership with headspace Elsternwick, email your contact details and quantity to admin@bgkllen.org.au


Click the image above to download the Hands Up! student volunteer book, developed as part of the Beyond the School Gates, Hands Up! volunteer program. This workbook has been designed specifically for the use of young people with varying degrees of intellectual disabilities and learning differences and has everything needed to prepare for volunteering.


Click the above image to download the ‘Taking That Extra Step’ manual produced by BGKLLEN and Inclusion Melbourne. Taking That Extra Step offers organisations the opportunity to become more inclusive of people with intellectual disability as well as providing disability support organisations a suite of tools to grow an inclusive volunteer program.