Souths Cares have been delivering the Wellbeing program via the Zoom platform to reach primary school students during the COVID -19 pandemic. The program involves interactive workshops delivered through Zoom, by our Souths Cares staff and ambassadors, which are aligned with the National Curriculum for students in Years K-6.
On Tuesday 19th May, St Andrews Cathedral Gawura School was the first to participate in our new COVID-19 Hygiene Presentation.
John Ralph, Principal of Gawura said the program was a great idea.
"The content is very current and appropriate for all students to be involved in during these unprecedented times," Mr Ralph said.
Souths Cares is now offering virtual clinics to those who live in South Western Sydney on the 27th May and the 10th June and with a third clinic to be open to all areas. These virtual clinics will be run by our special guest ex NRL player and Souths Cares Deadly Youth Mentor Yileen (Buddy) Gordon.
“Although we have experienced some challenging times, recently it has been a good chance for us to be innovative and engage with the students in another way," said Alexandra Mecham, Health and Wellbeing Program Lead.
"We have a very busy month coming up in June and look forward to seeing many more students through the Rabbitohs Wellbeing Program.”
For more information on the Rabbitohs Wellbeing Program or Virtual Clinics please contact Alex Mecham, email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 8306 9963.