Please join us for this special parent webinar on Body Confident Children and Teens presented by the Butterfly Foundation. With a focus on prevention, this session will provide information and practical tips to help parents better understand and promote positive body image in the home. Please register your details on Trybooking so we can email you the link for the event.
Applications for 2022 Academic and Music Scholarships are open now. Testing will take place on Saturday 13 March, 2021, and we invite you to read more about our Scholarships and apply to participate by visiting our Scholarship page https://www.strathcona.vic.edu.au/contact-admissions/scholarships/. Please note that this is subject to change due to COVID-19 and we will communicate any changes.
Due to Covid-19 our 15 August School Tours have been postponed. However, we plan to run them in the future so please register to be kept informed. It is imperative that you book to be able to see Strathcona’s campuses.
Guest Speaker: Justine Lomas and Maryanne Kapoulitsas, Aristotle EI school consultants; Emotional Intelligence Research Unit, Swinburne University of Technology
Guest Speaker: Nicole Eckels, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sapphire Group (Glasshouse Fragrance and Circa Home brands) Nicole was born and raised in New York and began her career as a makeup artist before moving into a career in B2B sales. She decided to move to Australia with her son looking for a sea change.
Please join us as A/Prof Glenn Melvin presents strategies for assisting your daughter/s to settle back into school after a period of learning online. The seminar will consider common issues that may arise given our unique circumstances currently, as well as provide an awareness of what parents can look out for and do to assist in the transition back to school.
Strathcona Centre for Learning Futures presents Generations, Young People and the Future of Work with guest speaker Associate Professor Hernan Cuervo from Melbourne Graduate School of Education and Deputy Director of the Young Research Centre, the University of Melbourne.