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  • Today marks the official RUOK day. Kolbe Catholic College is celebrating this day as we believe conversations can change lives. It’s important for all parents to be aware of the signs to look for which may indicate a youth is having a hard time. RUOK have compiled a list of signs to look for at

  • Gratitude is the topic of today for Mental Health Week. If you have the time, we strongly recommend watching this video from Danni Di Toro and Beyond Blue which will be shown to students today: Sometimes we can get so caught up in identifying things we don’t have and things we wish we had,

  • As a part of Mental Health Week, today Kolbe Catholic College is promoting body positivity. Due to the advent of the social media era, it’s never been easier for young people to make unfavourable comparisons between themselves and others. Activities today will aim at body acceptance and challenging the norms presented in the media and

  • Today is the first day for Kolbe Catholic College’s Mental Health week which is loosely tied in with the Butterfly Foundations’ ‘Love Your Body’ Week and RUOK day (Thursday the 10th of September). Students will be starting today by looking at some the wellbeing strategies they use to manage when they are feeling stressed or

  • Dear Parents/Caregivers, Kolbe Catholic College Remote Learning Plan (Years 7-10) On the advice of the Federal and State Government and the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria (CECV), the College is required to reactivate its Remote Learning Plan for Years 7-10 commencing Monday 20 July 2020. The plan follows the same structure previously activated by the

  • Dear Parents/Caregivers From 11.59pm on Wednesday 1 July, there will be changes in restrictions to respond to the increase in case numbers of COVID19 and to help reduce the risk of further transmission. As has been broadly publicised, a number of postcodes will go into “lockdown”.  Please refer to the DHHS website for the specific