Pastoral Care Report – March 7, 2019

March 6, 2019

2019 Pastoral Care Program: Information for- Parents

Year 8 Father Son Night -“ -Stepping Stones- – Tuesday March 19

The inaugural Year 8 Father / Son night will be held on Tuesday March 19, from 6.30pm in the Gymnasium, with break out discussions to occur in the Junior and Middle School classrooms. I would please encourage all Year 8 students to take this opportunity to bond with their father or a significant male mentor in their lives. It is always a wonderful evening, and students who have previously taken part in this program have been highly grateful for the experience. The program is run by the same facilitator as the Year 7 Mother / Son evening, Bill Jennings, from Time and Space.

Registration details have been emailed home, and student hand written letters have been posted out.- Registration is crucial, as all participants will receive name-tags and will be assigned groups for the break out discussions. If you have any concerns with the registration process, please contact me directly -“


Please see below a list of all wellbeing events scheduled for the remainder of 2019 -“ if a date is applicable to your son, can I please ask you to mark this in your calendars for future reference:

MARCH 19 -“ Year 8 Father / Son night

  • Venue: Gym

  • Registration letters have been mailed home

  • Event -“ 6.30pm -“ 8.30pm

MAY 21 -“ Year 7 Mother / Son night

  • Gym

  • Registration letters will be sent to parents in late April

  • Event -“ 6.30pm -“ 8.00pm

MAY 23 -“ Year 7, 8, 9 Guest Speaker -“ Willie Green (USA)

  • Venue: Gym

  • Student Session -“ 11am -“ 1140am (Session 4)

JULY 29 -“ Year 7 and 8 Brainstorm Productions

  • Venue: Pavilion

  • Year 7 Session -“ 9am -“ 10.30am (Session 2&3)

  • Year 8 -“ 10.55am -“ 12.25pm (Session 4&5)

AUGUST 5 -“ Year 11 Carmen Road Safety

  • Venue: Pavilion

  • Student Session -“ 9am -“ 10.30pm (Session 2&3)

For more information on our Pastoral Care program, please visit:

I would encourage all students and parents to fully engage and participate in all of our wellbeing programs on offer, as they are an integral element of our broader mission to educate the whole person.

Kind regards,

Mr Bradley Murray

Pastoral Care Coordinator