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26.03.20

Supporting children during the COVID-19 outbreak

With recent news and media coverage about the Coronavirus (COVID-19), following on from a difficult bush fire season, it is normal for children and adults to feel overwhelmed and stressed during this time.

This curated selection of resources from ‘Emerging

13.01.20

Bush fire crisis – helpful links

The following website includes information about accessing mental health services, emergency prescriptions and also the availability of free P2 masks which are being distributed to affected areas including the Southern Highlands.

The website includes a list of where you can …

13.11.19

Counselling Chronicle (18)

Issue 18…
Setting Boundaries on Technology Use with Teenagers

Parent concerns regarding an adolescent’s use of technology are an ever-increasing issue. While the potential dangers of technology are frequently espoused by the media, it is overly simplistic to demonise technology

29.10.19

MSC News – National Redress Scheme

In an important step forward for those who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse, the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart have now been formally declared as a participating institution under the National Redress Scheme.

Please read the letter we received …

14.10.19

Highest recognition for Darcy Howard

It was a very proud day for the Howard family and Chevalier College Principal Chris McDermott on Friday 20 September when the group attended a very special presentation at NSW Government House in Sydney.

Year 12 student Darcy Howard (from …

11.10.19

Growing Good Men

One of the most important influences in the lives of men is the relationship they had with their father, or significant father figure. The encouragement and affirmation that this relationship could and should provide is a key ingredient for how

12.09.19

R U OK? Day

Sunny yellow tees and smiley faces are the garb for today as Chevalier College gets behind R U OK? Day.

Clancy House Leaders Darcy Howard and Breanna Rennie, along with Well-being Coordinators Fiona O’Connell and Jonathan Dinning have organised lunchtime …

10.09.19

A reminder for parents and families regarding the law and social media

Cyber Safety sessions are often structured around how you can help your child, and what a child should not be doing on social media. However, this is about you.

Sharing photos or video content filmed onsite at school or a …

20.08.19

Counselling Chronicle (16)

Issue 16…
Building Resilience: The Case for Failure

Those in education have been implementing strategies to foster resilience and personal/educational growth for a number of years. You may be aware of Chevalier College’s commitment to fostering a growth mindset in

5.07.19

Counselling Chronicle (15)

Issue 15…

Motivation and SDT

As a discipline, psychology is increasingly moving towards a greater focus on the strengths and virtues that allow a person to thrive. Combating a previous focus of psychology on deficits, weaknesses and illness, Positive Psychology

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