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Year 11 and 12 Wellbeing Afternoon

Thursday, August 18, 2022

Year 12 Wellbeing Afternoon

The Year 12’s participated in an afternoon of just being with each other, focusing on having some fun and connecting with their year level away the formalities of a VCE class.

This afternoon was perfect timing for a group of students who have been managing the steady stream of assessments and coursework and needed a break.

School and classes are important but having an afternoon focusing on student wellbeing was a great way to spend the afternoon.

The afternoon started off with a delivery of pizza and a game of Disco Bingo! Students were in teams and competing together and individually to work through Trivia questions, a cup stacking competition, juggling, synchronised dance movements and the YMCA. The students were laughing, dancing and generally having a good time. The best moments were when students were encouraging each other and supporting students who weren’t in their team.

I’d like to thank the staff who helped make the afternoon an enjoyable one, and it was a great opportunity to spend some quality time and connect with our students.

- Ms Maureen Vitetta (Senior Wellbeing Leader)

Student Voices

The year 12 wellbeing afternoon, was a relief for many of us, as we were able to have a period off and enjoy an afternoon of connecting with one another, whilst enjoying some pizza and music!

The period allowed us to re-kindle with the year level, and take an hour off the worrying/anxiousness of VCE.

- Taleen Hassanieh

Us year 12s were given the opportunity to have a wellbeing day. This was much needed to not only take a break from school work, but also to get everyone together. We danced, we sang and we laughed which is something we really needed as we are nearing the end of our school year.

- Nada Ibrahim

Year 11 Wellbeing Afternoon

There was much excitement in the VCE corridor last Wednesday with Bishop Tarabet visiting the college and the Year 11’s having their turn at a wellbeing afternoon. An opportunity to have some fun and spend some time with their year level without an academic focus.

Students enjoyed a pizza lunch followed by a game of Trivia, Charades & a cotton ball race. This seemed to be the highlight of the afternoon.

- Ms Maureen Vitetta (Senior Wellbeing Leader)

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