Junior Study Skills and Media Presentation Night

Establishing good study skills in the junior years of secondary school will help set your child up for success in their senior years.

To help you guide and support your child’s studies at home, the College will host a Junior Study Skills and Media Presentation night for parents and guardians of students in Year 7 to 9 on Tuesday 4 May.

Guest speaker Darren Pereira will provide practical advice to parents and guardians on topics such as developing a study plan, improving time management skills and creating a positive learning environment at home.

The recent introduction of Time Assessment Tasks (TATs) in Year 7 and 8 makes this presentation particularly useful and important – helping your child prepare for these and other assessments will undoubtedly make them less stressful and build on the skills they are gaining in the classroom.

The information Darren shares with you on the night will complement the study skill sessions our Year 7 and Year 8 students completed last term with Elevate Education.

As well as focussing on study skills, Darren will discuss the importance of setting boundaries around the use of social media. His strategies will help you become more aware of what and who your child is engaging with online.

The Junior Study Skills and Media Presentation night will be held in our Performing Arts Centre at 7pm.

This interactive session will enable you to ask questions and empower you to best support your child.

Click here to register now

We look forward to seeing you on the night.

Year 7, 8 and 9 Coordinators

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