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Safe Partying - A Guide for Parents

07 November 2022

Teenage gatherings provide young people with important opportunities to interact and build on their social skills and experiences. Celebrations, partying and socialising are a fundamental rite of passage and one of the most important aspects of a young person’s life. However, it is possible for the best young person to get carried away with their peers and the euphoria of the moment.

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ATC SchoolTV - Let's Talk About Online Gaming

19 October 2022

Games are an integral part of human behaviour. It is normal and healthy for young people to engage in play as a part of their daily lives, including playing games online. And like most activities, online gaming can have both positive and negative outcomes.

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ATC SchoolTV

14 October 2022

Games are an integral part of human behaviour. It is normal and healthy for young people to engage in play as a part of their daily lives, including playing games online. And like most activities, online gaming can have both positive and negative outcomes. It can be intimidating and confusing for carers trying to understand a young person’s online experiences with many considering that staring at a screen is an unhealthy habit. However, the World Health Organisation does believe that as well as the risks, there are also many positive benefits associated with online gaming and these could be key in nurturing bonds with others.

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Building a Culture of Safety and Wellbeing

06 September 2022

‘You have a lifetime to work, but children are only young once.’ Polish proverb
Ambrose Treacy College is committed to embedding a culture where the safety, wellbeing, and participation of all children and young people under our care is paramount.

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Amnesty International Schools’ Conference

20 July 2022

Recently, College Captain Jontay Gothachalkenin, was honoured to be invited to speak at the annual Schools’ Amnesty International Conference hosted by Brisbane Boys’ College. Over 200 hundred students from seven schools attended the conference with the main theme being Indigenous human rights.

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