As we begin transitioning back to the classroom this term, Sydney Catholic Schools is pleased to be shortly holding its next Family Forum, focusing on The Road Back to Face-to-Face Learning.
“We can’t wait to have our students back in the classroom, but we understand there will be some concerns and uncertainty about the transition back to face-to-face learning amongst some of our students and families,” our Executive Director, Tony Farley, said.
“We want to do everything we can to support our students through this period and ensure that the road back to face-to-face learning puts our students’ needs at the centre” – Tony Farley
“All our schools are actively working on plans to support our students’ academic, social and emotional transition and to ensure the return to school is a safe and positive experience for all,” Mr Farley said.
Sydney Catholic Schools’ second Family Forum focused on student wellbeing and mental health.
The Road Back
Hosted by our Executive Director, Tony Farley, the Forum on Monday, 11 October will cover what to expect during the back-to-school transition and how you can best support your child’s learning and wellbeing through this period and beyond.
There will be two sessions on the night: a Primary session at 5:30pm, and a Secondary session at 6:30pm.
“The education of our children is a partnership and these Forums are just one of the ways we want to engage our community of parents and carers so we can work together to support our children at school and at home,” Mr Farley said.
“As with the previous Forums, during this 30-minute session you will have the opportunity to guide the conversation through our live polling questions. We hope you will tune in!”
In case you are unable to join on the night, be sure to register and you will receive a recording of the proceedings post event.
About the Family Forums
Sydney Catholic Schools kicked off its first, live and online Family Forum for parents and carers in Term 2, 2021, with more than 2500 people registering for this event.
Jacqueline Frost and Tony Farley presenting at Sydney Catholic Schools’ first Family Forum.
“Family Forums are designed so that everyone can learn more about how we are equipping our students with the skills, knowledge and opportunities they need to become active, global citizens,” Mr Farley said.
The Term 3 Forum centred on student wellbeing and the Sydney Catholic Schools programs designed to help your child thrive.
If you missed it, you can still watch it via the live link below.