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This challenging program is designed to inspire and provoke male students to consider what is the essence of healthy masculinity, becoming a man, (rights and responsibilities).  Challenging student to move beyond “stereotypes”, through understanding “archetypes”.

Applying the principles of healthy masculinity of strength, action and character.
•    Analysing the stereotypes of masculinity.
•    Identifying the causes of unhealthy masculinity.
•    Establishing principles to explore and develop one’s own journey into healthy manhood.

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An engaging seminar designed to encourage female students to consider how they view and value what it is to be a healthy female in today’s society?  The process incorporates an overview of healthy and unhealthy feminine behaviours.

Applying the principles of healthy femininity of confidence, compassion and capacity with inner beauty.
•    Considering stereotypes of femininity in popular media and the messages contained (pressures, awareness, empowering/disempowering).
•    Discovering and distilling the principles of healthy and unhealthy behaviour.
•    Identifying the essence of healthy femininity and embracing adulthood.

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Conflict Resolution SeriesThis Australian Educational Video Series and Curriculum Guide have been produced to empower young people (aged 10 – 15) in developing increased competencies in understanding why conflicts occur, how to minimise these conflicts, and finally how to work towards peaceful solutions.

Section 1: ‘Everyday Wars’
explores the causes of everyday conflicts. Through the worksheets, students are able to consider their own emotional needs / values and  the impact conflicts have in these areas. Students not only see how conflicts escalate, but also learn valuable keys for reducing their, EVERYDAY WARS!

Section 2: ‘The Good, The Bad and the Ugly’ 
explores five common conflict styles that young people encounter in their everyday lives. The critical theme of this video enables students to examine each style, whether it be GOOD, BAD OR  UGLY. Through the worksheets, students are given the opportunity to distinguish which style they most commonly use when confronted with a conflict situation.

Section 3: ‘Believe it, or Not!’ 
highlights four realistic ways to resolve conflicts. The critical theme of this video is to empower the viewer with several practical methods for RESOLVING CONFLICTS. One of the vital  resolution styles promoted is the need to apologise, to receive forgiveness and to forgive – Believe it, or not!

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Highlights the unique personality profile and leadership  potential of every individual.  The program encourages students to respect diversity thus moving towards unity and raises the students’ awareness of the power of discovering ways to foster healthy diversity within any team. This seminar builds on the theory of Robert Putnam’s work (Bowling Alone, 2000), enabling the leadership group to identify the effective and ineffective ways in which they lead.  It examines how we place certain values on different social groups with the school community and how to bridge these divides.  The workshop is focussed strongly on practical relational communication skills of how to more effectively connect with those we do and don’t know.

Leading a Legacy equips and empowers key student leaders by…

•    Identifying individual and collective personality styles and patterns (based on TEAM Dynamics).
•    Exploring some of the leadership strengths and challenges of each style.
•    Discovering the value of the unique diversity within social networks.
•    Increasing awareness of the impact investing in relationships has on the ability to lead.
•    Recognising the ways in which they as leaders place values upon the different social groups they lead.
•    Developing practical skills to connect with those they do not know.
•    Improving skills in deepening existing social connections.
•    Recognising communication strategies that affect their ability to motivate and lead others.

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Peer Mediation Series

“I think we underestimate the wealth of ability that our young people bring with them. They are often very perceptive to troubles of their peers and what is going on around them and they are very capable of handling those situations – often better than adults are. All they need is some training in that particular area – they are very helpful to each other and to the   administration.” Ros White St Paul’s School (Bald Hills Brisbane)

Q. What Is So Unique About This Program?
A. The ease and value of the content.

This resource contains the necessary data required to establish, implement and train students and staff in effective Peer Mediation.

As you unfold and apply each part you create a solid, workable and truly valuable asset. An asset designed to move your school towards a more peaceful environment.

Section 1: ESTABLISHMENT..focuses on the 6 preliminary steps required to establish Peer Mediation.

Section 2: IMPLEMENTATION...focuses on the details of how to actually facilitate Peer Mediation structurally.

Section 3: PROFILE OF THE PEER MEDIATOR…focuses on skills and characteristics necessary to mediate conflicts effectively

..focuses in detail on the 3 stages involved in the mediation process.

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