Standing Your Ground
Date: Wednesday 19 October Duration: 1 hour
Knowing who you are, where you come from, what you believe in, what you strive for and what kind of world you want to contribute to is the foundation of standing your ground. The Belonging and Identity program has been created for students from marginalised, disadvantaged, low Socio-Economic Status(SES) and/or isolated communities. Addressing the needs of students who experience social and peer pressures, traumatic backgrounds, immigration, being a minority, or discrimination.
Program suitable for Years 6-10, in a group size of up to 20.
Offers a balance of relationship building and far reaching examination of important issues such as prejudice, identity, conflict, purpose and engagement.
Minimum of three 1.5 hour workshops.
To download a brochure, click here.