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GOAL: Community Education and Support 

Scotch Oakburn College is committed to growing community support and engagement through information sharing on specific matter relevant to them, our students, and the greater community. To ensure an inter-connectedness and support for each other, the College will embark on a community education and support program that will extend opportunities for the community to learn and grow.  Opportunities are aligned to the College’s Mission, Vision and Values.

This program also encapsulates the Learning and Wellbeing Strands of SOC2035 

About Catherine Manning

Catherine Manning is the CEO & Program Director of SEED Workshops, delivering self-esteem and respectful relationships programs in schools and for charity organisations Australia-wide. Catherine has appeared on numerous television and radio programs including The Project, ABC News Breakfast, Sunrise, A Current Affair, Today Tonight and ABC Radio National discussing a range of topics including the sexualisation of children, respectful relationships, and pornography. She is a consultant for ClickView Australia, and a regular contributor to ATOM (Australian Teachers of Media) Metro Magazine, and has been quoted in and written for various publications including The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, ABC Online, SBS Online, Grazia and Girlfriend Magazine.

Evening Content

In a media-saturated culture, how do we ensure young people are engaging in respectful relationships? What can we do to help them set and respect boundaries, and to support them as they navigate adolescence? Parents and carers are looking for well-informed, practical, and positive suggestions that help inspire and create the best kind of relationship between themselves and their children – communicative and collaborative. Our Parent Seminars are fun and informative, giving parents and carers the tools to strengthen their parent/child relationships. No parent or child shaming, no moralising or fearmongering; just jam-packed with informed advice, strategies, and up-to-date research. Delivered by Catherine Manning, CEO and Program Diector of SEED Workshops.

Recommended Audience: Parents and guardians of students in Year 6-12

Cost

This is a free event however RSVP to this event is essential. COVID check-in will be required.

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Date:
17 August
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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