The Resilience Project

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Do you want to increase your own wellbeing and that of your family, friends and community? Do you want to lead a more fulfilled life and help our young people to build resilience and a positive, optimistic attitude? So do we! Elizabeth College is very excited to be hosting The Resilience Project who  – in this FREE PUBLIC EVENT – will lead us on a journey to increased happiness and wellbeing through gratitude, empathy and mindfulness.

The Resilience Project’s Martin Heppell delivers emotionally engaging programs to schools, sports clubs and businesses and provides evidence based, practical strategies to build resilience and happiness.  The Resilience Project has delivered programs to over 650 schools around the country and worked with many elite sporting teams including Australian cricket, netball and soccer, NRL and AFL clubs. The Resilience Project’s aim is to help all Australians flourish. Come with us on a journey towards increased wellbeing with The Resilience Project, brought to you with generous financial support from The Tasmanian Community Fund, the Hobart City Council, the Lions Club of Hobart Town and The Rotary Club of Hobart.

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Final Weeks at Elizabeth College

Classes finish on Friday 8 November where we will have our final assembly and end of year celebrations.  There are a small number of Level 3 classes that are an exception to this due to having completed all external assessments prior to 8 November.  Students should be aware of the expectations for all their classes.

During the week beginning Monday November 4, pre-tertiary classes will have an exam preparation focus.  Written examinations begin on Monday 11 November until Thursday 21 November.  Detailed information about all aspects of the final examinations can also be accessed from the exam guide at: https://www.tasc.tas.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/TASC-2019-exam-guide.pdf

Together We Inspire Awards

Did you know one of our young teachers, Amelia Boughton was nominated as a finalist in the Outstanding Early Career Teachers section of the Together We Inspire Awards Tasplan and the ECAAD program was awarded the Together We Inspire award.

 

Elizabeth College ECAAD Team:

Amelia Boughton:

Mental Health Week

Mental Health Week is part of a national mental health promotion campaign held in October each year. The purpose of this is to engage communities in activities that promote mental health and well being and also raise awareness and understanding about mental illness, and how it impacts on the lives of people in our community. At EC in the lead up to this week, mental health awareness and understanding will be a focus at our end of Term assembly on Wednesday 25 Sept. Following this gathering, we will share in food and music. There will be calico on a wall where students can complete the following sentence: “I care for and support others by…….”. This will then be displayed as a visual reminder. The motto for Mental Health Week is “WE ALL HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY” and we hope that everyone is involved in the activities on the day to show support for this important issue.