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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

2.07.19

Chev wins Highlands Youth Cup

Saturday morning and the Chev Boys 1sts team were up early after a huge Sacred Heart Day and Mission Concert to play in the Highlands Youth Grade Cup Final.

The Chev boys played really well and ran out convincing winners …

28.06.19

New facilities officially open at Chevalier College on a Sacred Heart Day filled with love and celebration!

Sacred Heart Day 2019 at Chevalier College was an even more special day this year as it marked the opening of two new facilities at the college. Staff, students and 125 special guests gathered in the new Multipurpose Hall to

26.06.19

Chev HeartBeat 2019

Chevalier College’s first-ever HeartBeat Giving Weekend takes place from 10am on Friday 28th June until 12 noon on Sunday 30th June 2009.

Our students and families support many great causes and will be doing so this weekend with the St …

24.06.19

Sports Report – ISA Winter Round 7

On a cool winter’s Saturday the final round of sport for Term 2 was played.

The morning commenced on a bright note with the first win of the season for the 4ths Hockey team. The goal scorer in a 1-0 …

20.06.19

Day 4 of the Ration Challenge

The Chevalier College ‘Ration Challenge’ team is going hungry for a good cause – showing great MSC and Chev spirit, now on day four of the challenge.

With the wonderful support of their sponsors the team has raised an incredible …

17.06.19

Sports Report – ISA Round 6

Another cracking winter’s day for Round 6 of the ISA competition. The Chev sporting teams were spread near and far. At school we had Netball, Tennis, and Boys Football.

The Netball teams on home courts had a very good morning. …

17.06.19

Day 1 of the Ration Challenge

The Chevalier College ‘Ration Challenge’ team awoke this morning facing the reality of getting by this week on the meagre rations of food a refugee would receive.

The entire school community is supporting their efforts. With good wishes and big …

14.06.19

Grumbling tummies but hearts full for the Ration Challenge

With a team of more than 120 students from Years 7 to 12, along with some of their teachers, the Chevalier College community has once again taken the national lead in the School’s Challenge for Refugee Week (June 16-23) helping

7.06.19

Counselling Chronicle (14)

Issue 14:

Gratitude

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 asks what

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