Students celebrate IDAHOBIT Day


May 17 was IDAHOBIT Day -  International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism, and Transphobia.  To celebrate this day a group of students held an amazing cake baking competition at lunchtime.  The cakes were judged by our leading teachers. There were 12 fantastic cakes made by students from year 7-12. The three outstanding winners received hoyts vouchers and rainbow cookie cutter trophies.  


Georgia Read, Year 12

Upcoming programs, forums etc

Box Hill TAFE Mid year VCAL: Information sessions at:


SAFEMinds at EACH Ringwood:


headspace Knox will be presenting a FREE sessions for parents to learn about early detection and support for young people through SAFEMinds mental health training currently being introduced for families and schools across Victoria. Tuesday 26th June 6.30-8.30pm. See attached flyer for more info.


EACH Boronia: ‘Your Voice Training’


for young people aged between 16-25. Young people get the opportunity to develop skills to build their voice in the community including public speaking and communication, project planning, story telling, community change making and more. See attached flyer for more info.


Youth Mental health Forum


on Wednesday 13th June at 6.30pm “Helping young people flourish in life”. Professor Patrick McGorry will be presenting. Forum is free. To book a ticket check out the attached flyer for more info.


Child Safety Toolkit: Created by Moores and Our Community as part of their shared commitment to promoting child safety and helping non for profit organisations ensure compliance with the complex web of legislation in this area. https://www.communitydirectors.com.au/childsafetytoolkit

Sarah Cullen

Maroondah SFYS Coordinator