Year 7B Wellbeing Teacher, Mr Lance Houlihan, checked in to see how the class was feeling at the start of Friday morning’s Period 1 Wellbeing lesson using a temperature check-in called, ‘On a Scale of Spongebob’. These check-ins are a great way for teachers to […]
Throughout 2020 and 2021, Clonard College has collaborated with Victoria University and three Catholic Colleges in the development of the Research Project: Strengthening and Increasing Support to Vulnerable Students: An Exploratory Study Reference group, as part of the Western Region Youth Mental Health Collective. Some […]
1. Balancing the role of parent and “teacher” “You were not trained to teach children, but we all have a natural inclination to be teachers. See your role as more of a learning coach. Your key role is to encourage, be interested, foster curiosity and […]
eSafety’s parent guide to online sexual harassment and image-based abuse Free webinar for parents and carers of secondary school students. This webinar is designed for parents and young people to attend together to learn how to report and where to go for support. Visit esafety.gov.au for more information and to register. eSafety’s parent guide to popular […]
Thank you to the parents who joined us for this online event with Sharon Torpey from Drug Education Australia. If you weren’t able to attend, pleas use the link below to view. This link will expire next Thursday 29 July. Click here to watch.
Planning for a safe and supportive school community requires a whole-school community approach. To achieve this, our whole-school community must share an understanding of the definition of bullying. Bullying. No Way! provides the national definition of bullying for Australian schools: Bullying is an ongoing and deliberate misuse of […]
Year 8 students did a range of gratitude letters for our camp this term. Here are some of the great results.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TAIxb42FjwE FOR PARENTS READ: Are teens choosing screen time over sleep? READ: Reasons kids are bored, entitled and impatient?
As part of Clonard College’s Wellbeing 2020+ framework, Year 8 students will have a connection conversation with their families and wellbeing teacher during Week 8 and 9 of this term. These brief conversations are an opportunity to stay connected, build relationships and provide an overall […]
Vaping and the Law Vaping is the inhaling of a vapor created by an electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) or other vaping device. E-cigarettes are battery-powered smoking devices. They have cartridges filled with a liquid that usually contains nicotine, flavorings, and chemicals. The liquid is heated into […]