ST MICHAEL’S COLLEGE BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Our Community Business Directory is an opportunity for Old Scholars, and current and past parents to promote their business and to connect with the greater College community. We hope this directory will be a point of reference for all, to support and promote these businesses where possible.
There is no cost of inclusion for this directory; however, to be featured you must be an Old Scholar of St Michael’s, or a current/past parent of the College, and own or be a partner in the business being promoted. To submit your business to be featured in the listing, please follow the link below to apply. If you have any questions or would like further information please contact the Community Engagement Office on 08 8356 5966 or email@example.com
OLSH PARISH PICNIC MULTICULTURAL DAY
For St Michael’s College old scholars and families who have been associated with Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Parish at Henley Beach, this day should not be missed. Beginning with an outdoor mass at 10:00 am, it’s an opportunity for the wider Henley community to come together and celebrate our feast day.
When: Sunday 9 October, 2022 at 10:00 am
Where: St Michael’s College, Henley Beach
UnitingSA is very excited to announce that they are delivering DAD CIRCLE – a series of sessions solely for dads and male carers!
A program of speakers has been organised up until Christmas to talk about topics such as mental health and wellbeing, the importance of caring for our children, the principles of Circle of Security, and fatherhood in Aboriginal culture and storytelling. Sessions will be co-facilitated by UnitingSA staff and volunteers.
Our first guest speaker is an Olympian! Our first session is later this month and will feature Tom Brice talking about juggling being a father and having a successful sporting career, and the challenges of returning to normal life upon retirement. Tom currently works at RASA and previously was on the Australian Olympic baseball team, winning a silver medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics!
Aims and objectives:
- creating opportunities for males to connect with one another in a safe and welcoming space
- building a better understanding of children and family services and other relevant services available in the local area
- sharing parenting experiences and building parenting skills in a men’s group context
- ongoing consultation so participants feel heard and empowered