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Student Support news – 6 stories

  • Parenting Article: How to beat NAPLAN jitters

    28 February 2024

    Is your child worried about NAPLAN? Children in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 will sit a number of tests in the areas of literacy and numeracy from 14th March onwards. NAPLAN can be an anxious time for some children and their parents. In this article published on The Parents… Read more

    Parenting Article: How to beat NAPLAN jitters
  • Positive Behaviour Bus started rolling

    25 August 2022

    It has been a busy week at the SSD office with planning and preparations for our new program called "The Positive behaviour Bus" PBB. The PBB is a great initiative to encourage our students to make good and positive choices. Researches shows that it generally takes anywhere between 21 – 28 days to create a new habit. Meaning, the first… Read more

    Positive Behaviour Bus started rolling
  • Year 6’s: Janazah Talk

    11 August 2022

    It has been a very busy week at the Student Support Department SSD, we have been working on lots of new initiatives for our students which will be announced very soon, inShaAllah. On Tuesday, 8 August 2022, we had organised a Janazah talk for our Year 6 students which was presented by Ms Sara and Ms Saniya from our Religion Department… Read more

    Year 6’s: Janazah Talk
  • AFP Cyber Safety Awareness "ThinkUKnow Program"

    10 August 2022

    Al Siraat welcomed two members of the Australian Federal Police on site for important Cyber Safety Awareness sessions, aimed at educating our Year 5 to 12 students and school community about cyber safety and preventing online child sexual exploitation. We are grateful to College Councillors Ms Guls and Ms Shazmin for inviting Community… Read more

    AFP Cyber Safety Awareness
  • Parent article: "Why we must inspire courage in our young people"

    10 August 2022

    Leading clinical psychologist Dr Andrew Fuller is seeing a worrying trend after lockdowns: Young people opting out of challenging situations – including school. As we adjust to the ‘new normal’ after two years of lockdowns and restrictions, Shane Green from The Parents Website talked with Dr Andrew Fuller about how our children are… Read more

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  • A parent guide to the language of wellbeing

    11 May 2022

    Wellbeing, SEL, mental health are just some terms that our young people are more familiar with than we ever were, writes Lucy Barrat on the Parents Website. In the article below, she provides a summary of the various terms in the form of a handy glossary. Read the article here… Read more

    A parent guide to the language of wellbeing
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