iServi News | 4 September 2020 | Term 3, Week 7
Next week, Monday 7 September to Friday 11 September (Week 8), is Wellbeing Week at Servite College.
Our Wellbeing Week is aligned with the RUOK? Day campaign, a national initiative to support health and wellbeing for all Australians on Thursday 10 September.
During Wellbeing Week, we are encouraging all staff and students to use their breaks to build connections with others, have meaningful conversations and to be physically active to improve wellbeing.
All students are asked to wear their Physical Education Uniform (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday) and their Priory Uniform (Wednesday) for the week.
A range of games and activities will be offered at each lunch break including giant Jenga, handball competitions, juggling, skipping, totem tennis and more.
On Friday 11 September, students are encouraged to bring a picnic lunch, or purchase lunch from the Cafe, and sit with their peers at the ‘Picnic on the Green’ event.
A DJ, market stall and a mental health resource stand will be available.
On Sunday 20 September, the Western Australia Police Force and the Department of Education will host a free parent information session about safety and activities in the South West for Leavers 2020 (November 23 to 26). The event is free, bookings are essential. The presentation will be live-streamed and recorded for those who can’t attend in person. For bookings and full event details, please click here.
Mrs Franca Coutts
Vice Principal – Community