Tomorrow Man. Tomorrow Woman

St. Luke's Pastoral Care is dedicated to fostering proactive and preventative wellbeing services for our students.

Recently, our Year 10 and Year 11 students participated in the Tomorrow Man Tomorrow Woman workshops, which aligned perfectly with our mission.

The primary objective of these workshops was to equip our future leaders with valuable skills and tools that enhance their interpersonal connections. By addressing the influence of gender stereotypes on young teenagers, the workshops provided students with a deeper understanding of this issue. Moreover, the sessions encouraged open dialogue and allowed students to engage in constructive discussions with their peers, creating a positive and inclusive environment.

We are delighted to share that the feedback received from our students has been overwhelmingly positive. Many expressed their gratitude for the tools and skills they acquired during the workshops, as they have helped them improve their connections with one another.

We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to CIVEO's Education Grant Program for their generous support. Their grant, amounting to $2,500, was instrumental in making these workshops possible. We are truly grateful for their commitment to education and their recognition of the value that initiatives like this bring to our students' overall development.

At St. Luke's, we remain committed to providing our students with opportunities that nurture their personal growth and foster a supportive community. We are excited to continue our journey of empowering young leaders and facilitating meaningful connections among our student body.

Once again, we express our deepest gratitude to CIVEO's Education Grant Program for their invaluable support.

Petrina Sladen
Pastoral Care Deputy