The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world’s problems. — Mohandas Gandhi

Not everyone can be Gandhi, but each of us has the power to make sure our own lives count – and it’s those millions of lives that will ultimately build a better world. – Jeffrey Skoll

Welcome to the Mulgrave’s Personal Learning Network (PLN) and the Mulgrave eFolio. All Upper School students from Grades 7-12 are required to develop a a digital eFolio (short for ePortfolio or Electronic Portfolio) blog, an experiential and holistic programme which develops ‘the whole’ student by encouraging engagement in ‘the whole’ world of education within and beyond the classroom. It puts into practice our commitment to nurturing diverse, well-rounded, self-reflective, and compassionate global citizens of the 21st century who exemplify the qualities of the IB Learner Profile and seek to make our world a better place.

The eFolio also serves as the home of the G7-12 CAS eFolio and acts a flexible and accessible avenue for showcase learning, self-growth and personal best through new digital mediums. The development, scope and expectations are facilitated within divisional Advisory Programmes.


For information on how to develop up your G7-10 MY-CAS and G11-12 DP-CAS eFolios or your blog in general, please consult the guides and resources listed below:

  1. G7-10 eFolio Guide
  2. G11-12 DP eFolio Guide
  3. CAS eFolio Resources & Support

For more information and support, speak to your Advisor and the Head of Student Life. If you are looking for student life opportunities to get engaged, please check out social good postings via TMC>>TheMulgraveCitizen, PSoGo (for listings of eFolio opportunities) and tweets @MulgraveCitizen. Visit the Edublogs User Guide for help developing your new blog.

That’s enough to get you going. The eFolio should be a fun, enriching and rewarding way to explore, find or create your place in the world. Go play!

Antony Wilson
Head of Student Life | Global Education & Outreach (GEO)