Correspondence lessons were made available to disabled and invalid children in the metropolitan area. Where possible they were visited by teachers who used trams, buses and cars to reach them.
An association with the Gould League commenced when Clarence Eakins became a Foundation Member of the WA Gould League Council. During and after the war the Correspondence School was used as League headquarters. Mr Eakins edited the League's annual magazine for 22 years and introduced The Gould Leaguer (which was first called The Bird Lover), as an information magazine. He organised the first Gould League Camp at Bickley in 1951 and helped plan the arbor and memorial at that camp site. His interest also extended to the displays at the Wildlife Show and the Royal Agricultural Show.