Welcome back to Term 2. There have already been many events this term, with the successful running of the High School Cross Country carnival, Year 11 camp and our second Parent Seminar from Patricia Weerakoon. She shared with the parents how to talk with their child about sex and topics that arise in a super-sexualised cyber world. Having found the last parent seminar insightful and helpful, I am looking forward to seeing an even greater number of parents and carers attending our next seminar.
I am very excited to announce that High School is going to celebrate Mother’s Day and invite all Mother and Mother figures to a morning tea at the end of the month (more details to come).
We need to remember to express our gratitude for the significant women in our lives – our mothers, grandmothers, aunties, and other mother figures – and the tremendous influence they have had on shaping us into the people we are today. The Bible reminds us to be thankful and that a godly woman is very important to her family and community. In Proverbs, it mentions how these women work tirelessly to care for those around them and serve as an example of love and grace. Her dedication to her family, her work, and her faith is a testament to the power of a godly woman who shapes the world around her. As we honour the influence of godly Mothers and Mother figures in our lives, let us be thankful for the support and care they provide us.
Please join us in May to celebrate the important women in our lives.
Happy Mother’s Day!
High School Deputy
Our High School students gave it their all at this year’s Cross Country event! The determination and grit displayed by our students and staff was truly inspiring, and it was great to see everyone pushing themselves. We’re proud of each and every one of you!