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HUME WEEK 5 TERM 4 2022

Well hello everyone! Quite an active week :-)


On Wednesday the 2nd of November our team had a full day, with both a bike ride and TAFE tour at Kangan Batman. The bike trail through Broadmeadows was a challenge, having our group standing with a variety of biking skills and working together through a hilly but beautiful path. This tested our 4 p’s, patience, perseverance, positivity and participation. Promoting these values as we went, multiple of the group displayed great leadership skills as they led the group through the challenging ride. After this we headed over to our friends at Kangan Batman, where we were taken into an in depth tour of their animal studies, hospitality and construction learning spaces. These activities gave the group a sense of achievement and a space to practice their 4 p’s (Biking), and an introduction to a potential future learning space, as well as a variety of career opportunities.


On Thursday, due to weather conditions we had to shift our original plans of canoeing to an informational session on respectful relationships and a game of bowling. The topic of respectful relationships is one we value in our program, aiming at talking about present issues and topics important to the young people of today, including understanding the LGBTQIA+ and values and their parts in relationships, including partnerships, friendships and family. After gaining a rather intense discussion on these topics we decided to reward the group with a group bonding bowling battle! This intense match took all our efforts as we sure had a lot of laughs along the way.


On Friday we went to meet our good friends down at South Melbourne Surf Life Saving Club. With the help of Rhys, our friendly and qualified Lifeguard, we were able to understand the impact lifeguards and volunteer lifesavers have on our community. Additionally we got to go over the important steps of first aid, and CPR, giving our crew a time to practice these very steps in real time. This training earns the crew members their own CPR qualification, giving them real life skills they can take out into their futures. We also played a variety of games that tested our endurance and teamwork, that real lifesavers and lifeguards use to train. Finishing this day off we had two games of beach volleyball, testing our teamwork skills in the warm but slippy sand.


!NOW FOR OUR STUDENT WEEKLY REVIEW, FEATURING ZOE!


WE WENT TO KANGAN BATMAN THIS WEEK, DID IT SURPRISE, INTEREST OR GIVE YOU AN IDEA FOR WHAT THE FUTURE MAY HOLD?

“So much fun and I could see what I could do in the future. Gave me opportunities”


WE WENT THROUGH THE MANY TOPICS OF RESPECTFUL RELATIONSHIPS, WAS THIS SOMETHING YOU'VE TALKED ABOUT BEFORE? DO YOU WANT TO EXPLORE MORE?

“We did it in class, we have been doing it a lot so I have a lot of information.”


ON FRIDAY WE COMPLETED AN ENTRY TO FIRST AID AND CPR AS A PART OF SURF LIFESAVING. DO YOU THINK THIS WAS A VALUABLE PART OF THE PROGRAM? DO YOU RECOMMEND IT?

“Yeah, besides some messing around. I would recommend it for others.”


WHAT WAS YOUR MOST FAVOURITE SIGHT YOU GOT TO SEE IN THE PAST WEEK? WHAT ARE YOU EXCITED TO SEE IN THE NEXT FEW WEEKS?

“The view of the beach at the tower thingy, the binoculars were so cool you could see so far away.

The views.”





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