What actually makes for a happy child? As part of Mental Health Week, Parents in Years 7-11 were invited to join the School Psychologist Ms Sally Kenney and School Counsellor and Chaplain Rev. Janet Costello in a lively discussion about life’s ups and downs and how to help our students find the happiness in between. We had a fantastic response to the seminar and Sally has kindly written up some information we thought you might find useful.
Our Head of Junior School, Monique Miotto shares an overview of our recent seminar on Growth Mindset with Lorraine Davies.
Every day there seems to be a different news articles on the perils of exposing our children to technology. Whether it be too much screen time or a decline in traditional skills such as handwriting, parents are bombarded with many negative messages often lacking in context and without any positive views to add balance.
Looking for some fun activities over the holidays? Check out our suggestions!
We all have our own memories of special teachers during our own time at school. Someone who inspired us, or motivated us to push ourselves further, or simply believed in us. At Kilvington our teachers don’t just focus on working through the curriculum, instead they understand that knowing their students and building strong relationships with… Read more »
We are very excited and proud to be hosting the first Code Camp in Australia in the September holidays, but what is code and why should we encourage our students to learn it?
Lauren Matthews, the current Deputy Chair of the Kilvington Board of Governors and the President of the Old Kilvonian’s Association, speaks with former student, Margot Moore, about her time at Kilvington, her journey to where she is today, and some advice for current Kilvington students.