Conversations play an important role in recognising when someone is going through a difficult time and connecting them to right type of care.
While we all like to have conversations in different ways, talking to someone about what’s challenging us can be difficult.
#ChatStarter was developed by the National Mental Health Commission in partnership with parents and young people who have experience of mental health challenges and Australia’s national mental health organisations – ReachOut, Butterfly Foundation, Orygen, batyr, headspace, Beyond Blue and Kids Helpline.
Having a small chat can make a big difference. The easy-to-use tips and resources below have been developed by mental health clinicians to help build your confidence and capability to support a friend or loved one who may be experiencing distress or a mental health challenge today.
Check out Chatstarter now.
The Year 12 Raffle draw has been postponed until the end of October.
Year 12 Advisor.
Dear Parents/ Carers
Re: COVID – 19 Update
As you know, the stay at home order is in place until next Friday. At this stage the government has not made a decision about week 10 of term. We shall advise as soon as we know.
Please see further details below:
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Dear Parents and Carers,
Just a note to let you know that a Pfizer vaccine clinic is being held today, September 2, at the Baradine Memorial Hall, on a walk in basis with a good supply of vaccine. Vaccinating from 12 years and upward.
Until 4pm today.
For students of all ages, take a look at this Exam Stress Action Plan from reachout.com – this should be helpful:
Subject: Year 11 Music 1
Teacher: Mrs Rossler
Topic: Assessment Task 3: AURAL PAPER
Weighting: 20% (Aural 20%)
Due Date: Tuesday 14 September 2021 at 05:00pm (Term 3 Week 10)
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