Dear Parent/Caregivers,


On Wednesday 22 May students in Year 10-12 will participate in Encounter Youth presentations as part of the Wellbeing Wednesday Series. The specific sessions are as follows:

Who’s Calling Your Shots? (Year 10) Inc. Vaping Module
Time 1:30pm – 2:45pm

The stats, the facts, the risks. This seminar provides the opportunity  for young people to consider their own beliefs around drinking and  compare these to young people Australia-wide.
Topics include:
-Brain development
-Trends in illicit drug use
-Realities of alcohol use

Alert Not Alarmed (Year 11) Inc. Vaping Module
Time 11:00am – 12:15pm

With a focus on safety when celebrating, this seminar looks at what  makes someone more vulnerable and what responsibilities one can take  charge of to keep themselves and their mates safe.
Topics include:
-Understanding vulnerability
-Safe relationships
-Alcohol & driving

#Adulting (Year 12) Inc. Vaping Module
Time 8:40am – 10:00am

As Year 12s approach adulthood, we continue to encourage them to make  great choices and look after themselves and their mates. This seminar  discusses the transition to adulthood and all the new responsibilities  that entails.
Topics include:
-Transitions to adulthood
-Social responsibility
-Alcohol and the law
-Party fights

Encounter  Youth is the largest provider of alcohol & other drug education to South Australian secondary school students and their program is  available across Australia. The research-based program incorporates  up-to-date trends in young people and is aligned to the Australian  Curriculum. They aim to educate students, parents and teachers with  strategies that empower young people to look after themselves and their  mates.

Please let us know via if you have any questions or would prefer your child does not attend these sessions.

To  assist you in having conversations with your children we will be  hosting a follow-up online session for parents on Wednesday 22 May,  6:00-7:10pm. Please sign up here to  confirm your attendance.


Kind regards

Danielle Kemp
Leader of Wellbeing