I’d like to welcome all our families and students back to the start of the 2022 school year. We look forward to another positive year of growth with quality learning outcomes for our students. A special congratulations to our 2021 HSC students on completing their HSC. They were required to exercise skills in endurance, resilience and staying focused for an extended period of time. We look forward to seeing how they progress in the next stage of life.
Starting the year well for students requires them to make positive habits so that they can get the most out of this year. As parents we can help them by setting up positive routines, such as getting enough sleep, exercising, eating well, and being prepared for the day ahead.
Below are some other things that you can do as parents to assist your child/ren at school.
In 2022, the Year Advisers for each cohort are as follows:
Mr Cartwright (Year Adviser)
Mrs Morris (Assistant Year Adviser)
Mr Gabin (Year Adviser)
Miss Leech (Assistant Year Adviser)
Mrs Ioannidis (Year Adviser)
Mr Hypatidis (Assistant Year Adviser)
Mrs Russell (Year Adviser)
Mr Miller (Year Adviser)
Mrs Chow (Year Adviser)
Mr Liu (Assistant Year Adviser)
Mrs Rawson (Year Adviser)
Mr Robinson (Year Adviser)
I hope you find this information helpful in building positive habits. In the next newsletter article, I will discuss conversations we can have with our child/ren and the comments they make about themselves which can be reframed so that they can grow by having a positive attitude towards life and learning.
For I know the plans I have for you” —this is the Lord’s declaration— “plans for your well-being, not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope. Jeremiah 29-11.