Earlier in the year all students in Years 7 to 10 attended a presentation about The Resilience Project.
Students were provided with practical, evidence-based positive mental health strategies to build resilience and happiness. The aim of The Resilience Project is to help all Australians become mentally healthy.
Our parent community is invited to a session focusing on teaching resilience at home.
Wednesday 17 October at 7pm
The Nina Carr Centre Lecture Theatre
The presentation will run for about 90 minutes and is free.
This presentation looks at developing resilience and positive relationships and connections within the family unit. Parents are introduced to the concepts of Mindfulness, Empathy and Gratitude and are given practical strategies to implement them within the home.
The student and parent programs are designed to complement each other and create a cohesive approach to developing positive mental health, improved confidence and positive relationships.
All MGSC students have been provided with a Resilience student diary this year which contains mindfulness suggestions that reinforce the key message of The Resilience Project.
Here is the link to The Resilience Project https://theresilienceproject.com.au/
Please register your interest in attending this free session on 9581 5200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org (please enter “Resilience Parent evening” in the subject field) by 3pm Monday 15 October.
Ms Carol Duggan