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Pastoral Care Report - May 16, 2019

author: Brad Murray

15 May

Pastoral Care Report - May 16, 2019

2019 Pastoral Care Program: Information for Parents

2019 Year 7 Mother & Son Night – Tuesday May 21st

The annual Year 7 Mother & Son night will happen this coming Tuesday May 21. This evening is a fantastic opportunity for our Year 7 boys and their mothers or significant female mentors to engage in a deep and meaningful bonding session. For boys who may not have a mother to accompany them on the night, a significant female mentor can attend – which may include grandmothers, aunties, or close family friends. An official letter will be emailed to all Year 7 parents with more details on this event in the coming week – but if you would like to register early, please go to the following link: http://bit.ly/SPCB-2019

This night has typically been a sell-out event, so I would strongly recommend registering ahead of time.  If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me – bmurray@stpats.vic.edu.au

DATES – PASTORAL CARE

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:

MAY 21Year 7 Mother / Son night

  • Gym

  • Registration letters will be sent to parents in late April

  • Event – 6.30pm – 8.00pm

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

  • Venue: Gym

  • Student Session – 11am – 1140am (Session 4)

JULY 29Year 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 5Year 11 Carmen Road Safety

  • Venue: Pavilion

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

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

http://www.stpats.vic.edu.au/en/st-patricks-college/pastoral-care/

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