What struck me is that building into our days moments of rest and stillness is just as relevant in our own family and personal lives as in our work. Simple exercises like taking three deep slow breaths can help physiologically and psychologically refresh us – it doesn’t take much. It also reflects some of the great truths we see in the bible – I think of Psalm 46 where in the midst of the storm and chaos the psalmist says “Be still and know that I am God” – this has been a telling lesson for us all in 2020!
In This Issue
This week the Life Education program has been a part of each class’s PDH program. Topics such as ‘My body matters’, ‘Growing good friends’, ‘Be Cyberwise’ and ‘Relate, connect, respect’ have allowed students and staff to engage in some important topics around child growth and development. READ MORE
Outdoor education provides opportunities for students to develop positive relationships with the environment, their peers and their teachers through interaction with the natural world. Students develop an adventurous spirit, an understanding of nature and develop deeper relationships with others. READ MORE
Have you become a connoisseur of hand sanitizer this year, or is it just me? Recently I was in Shellharbour shopping centre and within the space of about half an hour I had sanitized my hands half a dozen times, at different shops. I’m finding I have preferences. The Target sanitizer, for what it’s worth, has a pleasant botanic aroma... READ MORE