Welcome to our Week 6 Assembly. This video will be broadcast into every classroom at the College today and is available via this page and our YouTube channel for viewers at home! Have a great day.
Today’s assembly marks the final chapter of Online Learning at home, before we welcome back our whole College on Monday, 25 May. Thank you for being on this online learning journey with us. We appreciate and value your support, and we look forward to seeing our whole College full of life again!
Following on from my last post about what really matters and as restrictions gradually lift and we slowly return to pre-COVID life, I encourage you to pause.
Down tools and sit with your family. Talk about what you have learned about yourself and each other. Discuss how you can incorporate these learnings into your day to day life to enhance your ability to live your values.
KEEP. Acknowledge all the things you are doing which are working well – those things you want to KEEP doing;
STOP. Identify any unhelpful behaviours and patterns which are getting in the way of your effectiveness – those things you want to STOP doing;
START. Consider the things you aren’t doing now, but that would improve your wellbeing – those things you want to START doing.
Our KEEP, STOP, START template may also support this reflective process for you individually or as a family.
Dr Jasmin Slack-Smith
Our Week 4 assembly celebrates 4 weeks of learning, growing, achievements, positive connections and success. Thank you for joining us for our assembly today, whether you are learning from home or on-site.
Today we celebrate Mother’s Day with a liturgy themed “In God’s likeness”. We celebrate all the mums, grandmothers, aunties and all those who are like mothers to us.
Thank you to all those families who contributed photos for the Mother’s Day tribute, featured in this liturgy. We hope you all have a wonderful day on Sunday, celebrating all the mums, grandmas, and mother-figures in your lives.
Thank you for joining us for our Week 3 assembly. We hope this week has been filled with many learning opportunities for all students.