Our Living Well program for Semester 2 is well and truly up and running. Each Friday, the Dean of Year organises a specific learning experience tailored towards achieving the outcomes of their year group theme.
Year 7 have begun Peer Support with the Year 10s, our Year 11s are continuing on with community and leadership development. Year 8s will develop communication techniques, whilst the Year 9s progress with their Story and Challenge program. Our Year 12s will finalise their Living Well journey with the continuation of their gratitude and legacy program.
Furthermore, numerous Living Well activities and opportunities take place in our weekly timetable available to all students in Year 7 to 12.
Can I encourage you to view the timetable on SEQTA Engage (under Portals / Living Well)?
A few items on the timetable which I would like to draw your attention to:
- Rolling for Health with Mr Ben Allsop – Friday before school
- Reflective Art with Mrs Nicky Tonkin – Friday at lunchtime
- Pilates with Ms Marion Poynton – Thursday after school (Please email email@example.com to register your interest)
- Swan Fitness Centre – Available every day
- Christian Union with the College Chaplains – available once a week
Some upcoming Living Well events for your knowledge this semester (please view the College calendar for accurate dates):
Year 7 Community Service Experience - Salvation Army
Year 8 Social Event (Term 3)
Challenge Day (Term 4)
Community Service Day (Term 4)
Year 9 Etiquette Session in prep for Term 4 (Term 3)
Community Service (Term 3)
Year 9 Camp (Term 4)
Sons and Daughters Dinner (Term 4)
Year 10 Friday Alumni Lunch and Leadership Day (Term 3)
Year 11 Leadership applications and nominations (ongoing, Term 3)
Community City Camp (Term 4)
Year 12 Final Assembly (Term 3)
Valedictory Dinner (Term 4)
Please keep an eye out for upcoming parent events this semester.
With travel restrictions in WA continuing, a number of planned parent nights with interstate guest speakers have been put on hold for 2020. We are currently in discussion with Paul Dillon regarding offering an online Zoom interactive parent night. Planning is in the final stages and will be communicated shortly.
In the meantime, School TV will continue to offer up to date articles and tips. Please continue to view our College School TV for parenting support and advice.
Mr Simon Bergin
Deputy Head of Middle School