Driving home on Friday I, like virtually everyone across the world, was shocked to hear the full extent of the tragedy of what had taken place earlier in Christchurch. I was shocked to learn of the extent of the tragedy, but strangely I wasn’t shocked that it happened. There is a part of me that is uneasy that I wasn’t shocked that something like this could happen. Perhaps it is the way the world is operating at the moment that conditioned me to not being shocked.
While virtually every child is asked, ‘What do you want to be when you grow up?”, only a very small percentage of adults end up in the careers they wanted when they were younger.
As we begin to settle into our school routines and once again familiarize ourselves with College life, it is perhaps a good opportunity to remind ourselves of the role that we play in being a Sign of Faith within the many communities in which we are a part of.
Functional movement is a term that gets thrown around quite regularly these days and you might find yourself wondering what exactly people are talking about. The following should give you a better understanding of what it is and how it shapes the ATC Athletic Development Program.
This week students have received their Block Exam schedule for the upcoming assessment. This includes days, times and venues of each exam. To assist in the preparation for these exams it will be beneficial for students in Years 7-12 to be aware of the specific details that applies to them.