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Man Cave and Big Sister Incursion

On Thursday 2 May ‘Man Cave’ and ‘Big Sister’ came to Fairhills to facilitate and present an interactive, fun and engaging full-day workshop to our Year 11 and Year 12 students. This is the 3rd level of the Man Can Cave program that our male students will have attended over the last 3 years. The workshop challenged our male students to consider how they will contribute to the community and world by defining values and actions they want to lead by, being challenged on how they lead and understanding needs in the community. The Big Sister Experience (TBSE) is designed to empower and inspire young people by providing tools to become capable, resilient and confident. Our female students were empowered to learn about self-confidence, setting personal boundaries, and discussing healthy views of body image. The workshop encouraged discussion around the use of social media, human connection, inclusion, acceptance and safe partying.

The day was a great success and our students were a credit to our school. Feedback from the presenters was extremely positive and they thoroughly enjoyed working with our students. Special thanks to our Wellbeing Team for organising this incursion.



Bill Exton
Senior School Assistant Principal

Year 11 VM Class

Last week, our Year 11 Vocational Major class embarked on a profound journey to the Melbourne Holocaust Museum as part of their Term 2 major project.

Engaged in the “In Touch With Memory” school program, students delved into the poignant history of the Holocaust, exploring museum artifacts that bear witness to this dark chapter of humanity.

Venturing further, students immersed themselves in the “Everybody Had A Name” collection, grasping the power of storytelling and its profound impact on shaping our understanding of history.

A highlight of the visit was a heartfelt Q&A session with Holocaust survivor Abram Goldberg, offering invaluable insights into his harrowing experiences and life in the shadow of World War II.

Wrapping up the day, students savoured the flavours of Hungarian cuisine at the Budapest Restaurant, reflecting on the lessons learned and the importance of bearing witness to history.

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