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15.12.17

Royal Commission Final Report

On 15 December 2017, the Royal Commission presents a Final Report covering its investigations to the Governor-General. The Final Report will make recommendations that aim to support and inform Australian governments, institutions and the general public in preventing and responding

19.09.17

Counselling Chronicle (4)

Internet and Technology Addictions – Cyberbullying

In the final of a three-part series on problematic use of the internet and/or technology, this issue of the Counselling Chronicle discusses cyberbullying.

 


Issue Four…

 

What is Cyberbullying?
Cyberbullying is defined as …

18.08.17

The question today at Chev – RUOK?

Chevalier College staff and Clancy House student leaders turned out in yellow tee shirts today for R U OK Day.

The message was loud and clear during lunch time when the students gathered for live music, a sweets stall and …

14.08.17

Counselling Chronicle (3)

Internet and Technology Addictions – Problematic Online Gaming

In this issue of the Counselling Chronicle we feature the second of a three-part series on problematic use of the internet and/or technology. Both Chevalier College Counsellors recently attended a seminar on

3.08.17

Chev talents showcased for the missions

The Chevalier College 2017 Mission Concert held on Friday 16 June was, once again, a hugely successful and entertaining evening. The capacity audience eagerly awaited the opening of the doors to this ever popular event which exceeds all expectations, year

19.07.17

Counselling Chronicle (2)

Internet and Technology Addictions – Definition and Management

This issue of the Counselling Chronicle is the first of a three-part series on internet and technology addictions, an increasingly hot-button topic in parenting and psychological literature. Both Chevalier College Counsellors recently

12.05.17

Leading the way in Highlands schools

School Student Leaders from across the Southern Highlands were the focus of a special feature in the Southern Highland News on Friday 12 May.  CLICK HERE to view the full gallery online…

12.05.17

Is guilt affecting how you manage your child’s screen time?

Guilt plays a powerful role in how well parents’ manage kids’ electronic use. 

“Often when I work with families, I begin by discussing the physiological impacts of screen-time, how those impacts translate into particular symptoms, and how implementing an extended …

5.04.17

Measles outbreak in Western Sydney

The NSW Ministry of Health advises there is currently an outbreak of measles in South Western and Western Sydney, with at least nine people having acquired the disease in the region during March 2017.   CLICK HERE for the full article…

21.03.17

Work, Health and Safety matter

Over the past few years there has been a noticeable increase in the number of students and staff who experience adverse reactions to aerosols. Investigation into this matter shows that an increasing number of the population experience various reactions to

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