- Resilience Seminar Monday 20 May from 6 – 7 pm
We will be continuing our wellness seminars for parents and students on the topic of resilience. “Mind over Mood” will be held in the Student Information Centre, Titoki Street Campus and once again our presenter will be John Meeske, MSc Psychology, and ACG Parnell teacher.
This term’s seminar examines the impact our thoughts have on our mood. John will look at strategies for managing our mood using the latest cognitive (mind) techniques and he will share important insights from his therapeutic background.
The seminar will look at:
Resilience and Self Control
Increasing personal tolerances
Managing high personal expectations
Please RSVP to register your attendance for this event to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 17 May.
- Senior Campus Opening – date change
We recently advertised the date of 31 May for the official opening of the Senior campus. Unfortunately, due to a clash of commitments, we are going to be postponing this opening. We shall be in touch later in the term with a new date.
- Senior Course Planning Evening Wednesday 5 June
On Wednesday 5 June we will be hosting our annual course planning event in the evening. All faculties will be represented at this event and many of the universities also are in attendance. In this forum, students and parents wrecently ill be able to access information about subjects and tertiary course requirements to help them best select subjects and pathways for the coming year and beyond.
- Wellbeing Breakfast Seminars at Senior Campus Friday 7 June
In June there will be two opportunities for senior students to hear from an outside presenter (from The Parenting Place) talk on wellbeing issues. Particularly targeting Year 12 students, the first event is called “The Pits” and looks at mental health matters including anxiety and depression. This will be held at 7.30am on Friday 7 June. Two weeks later, on 21 June in the same time slot, will be the relationship-focused talk called “Sex with Attitude 2” with its focus on Year 13 students. Prefects will be providing breakfast before the talks on both occasions.