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Would Your Sons Pass the Marshmallow Test?

18 July 2017

In the 21st Century the notion of restraint and routine seem antiquated, yet they are precisely two of the key characteristics that students need to succeed. Some years ago, this was born out in a study conducted by Stanford University.

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Walking the Tightrope

11 July 2017

In the midst of the busyness of assignments and exams that was all encompassing in the last weeks of Term 2, it can sometimes be hard for students to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Often, the end of semester is a period of high stress, with some students struggling with self-worth and motivation. Parents and teachers often walk tight ropes, trying to be voices of encouragement and reassurance.

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5 Ways to Maintain Motivation

11 July 2017

In the midst of the busyness of assignments and exams that was all encompassing in the last weeks of Term Two, it can sometimes be hard for students to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Often, the end of semester is a period of high stress, with some students struggling with self-worth and motivation.

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Finding Your Path

06 June 2017

The Year 10 Careers Program is in full swing this term. The students completed the Harrison Career Inventory which provided them with three reports; Career Development, Greatest Strengths and Career Options. The purpose of the inventory was to assist students with ideas and starting conversations about pathways.

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