I hope that you all enjoyed the break and were able to find time for yourself, for family and for friends. It was a busy time with both Easter celebrations and ANZAC Day in the middle of term break.
Last term, Year 11 Peer Support Leaders conducted a social experiment focussed upon the use of mobile phones in class. Our quest was to discover whether their presence, on our desks or in our pockets, affected learning.
Social Outreach- Project Compassion
Since the launch of Project Compassion, which took place in Term 1, students have enthusiastically made an active contribution to Caritas International by raising money to support marginalised communities.
“You can choose the risks, but you don’t get to decide the consequences.”
As young learner drivers, the Year 11 cohort attended the annual RAA Street Smart High presentation on Tuesday 2 April, 2019 at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.
This Careers and Pathways bulletin will be sent to students fortnightly via email, in the school newsletter and will also be available on the Career’s Portal Page on SEQTA
Students can obtain further information about careers and pathways from the careers noticeboard or from the brochures available in the upstairs corridor.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Mrs Swain at any time to discuss careers or pathways or any information in this bulletin. You can make an appointment via Mrs Cirocco at email@example.com
Throughout Project Compassion 2019, our students have heard many inspiring stories from Zimbabwe, Indonesia, Australia, Solomon Islands, Vietnam and Bangladesh. These stories highlight the importance of working hand in hand with others and empowering people to be agents for change.