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Bakewell Bulletin

Details:

Title

Bakewell Bulletin

Other title

Bakewell Primary School newsletter

Creator

Bakewell Primary School

Collection

Bakewell Bulletin; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Bakewell Bulletin

Date

2019-02-13

Location

Bakewell

Notes

Fortnightly during school terms.; An Independent Public School Delivering Excellence in Education; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Education, Primary; Primary school; Bakewell (N.T.); Bakewell Primary School (N.T.); Preschool; Periodicals

Publisher name

Northern Territory Government

Place of publication

Palmerston

Series

Bakewell Bulletin

Volume

Newsletter Issue #2, 13 February 2019

Previously known as

Bakewell Primary School newsletter; Bakewell Primary School snapshot

File type

application/pdf

Use

Attribution International 4.0 (CC BY 4.0)

Copyright owner

Northern Territory Government.

License

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/306273

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/352629

Page content

Welcome to Bakewell for 2019, Pre-Teen Group - Robertson Barracks Family Group Held on Tuesday evenings from 5-7pm at the Family Centre on Base, this group is run by a qualified youth worker and is suitable for children aged 7-12 years. Different activities will run each week and a light dinner is provided. For more information or to register contact rbfg07@yahoo.com.au Defence Community Houses Regular weekly activities have recommenced at both Larrakeyah Neighbourhood House and Robertson Barracks Family Groups! Sign up to their Facebook pages for regular updates or check out the upcoming Bakewell DSM newsletter for more information. Contact me on gemma.lovriha@ntschools.net or through the school office. Defence School News School Counsellor Dear Bakewell Students, Family and Community, Recently I engaged in reflective practiced focused on why therapy has not worked and thought it would be helpful to share. As teachers, carers, parents and community members, it can be frustrating to seek help with an emotional issue and not obtain the desired outcome or goals. The therapeutic process is a challenging activity for everyone, it often explores personal and intimate topics that people would not readily talk about with their loved ones. Studies show over and over again that the relationship between the therapist and client is the biggest predictor of a meaningful and positive outcome, more so than the type of intervention used. If a client doesnt connect with their therapist they are unlikely to engage in meaningful exploration of their feelings and process their tangled emotions. Therapy itself is an activity, it is designed to obtain resolution of an issue but not resolve the issue itself. The client is the expert in their life and if you sit down with someone who makes you feel ashamed, disempowered or wrong then it is unlikely you will share your inner feelings and make successful gains. Other reasons therapy may not work are clients may not be quiet ready to go there, a cognitive approach was used which only supports cortex processing and a lot of emotional trauma sits below the cortex meaning that non-verbal therapies could be more affective. Whilst I strongly support and advocate for people to be kind and care for one another and ask each other R U OK? sometime counselling is not the answer. Being attentive and attune to our students/ children will help us identify the best way we can support and grow strong, successful children. Annette Murphy School Counsellor Community News ROAD SAFETY - Students please take care when crossing the road. STOP, LOOK, LISTEN and THINK, even when using the childrens crossing. Wet weather procedures were sent home recently. Please remember that the school will not automatically dismiss students at 2:30pm if there is an electrical storm or it is raining too heavily. Students will remain in classes under teacher supervision until we consider the weather okay for them to make their way home safely. Parents wishing to collect their children from the classroom may do so. Older siblings should not be sent to collect younger siblings. Please have a plan and make sure your child/ren know the plan. Wet Weather Procedure This Wet Season Remember - Do Not Play in Pipes and Drains. Second Hand Uniforms Donations are requested for any pre loved uniforms in good condition. Please send any donations to the Front Office. Canteen The 2019 Canteen Menu is available on the school website under For Parents. Online ordering is available at our school canteen. Log onto www.quickcliq.com.au and complete the registration form. The direct phone number for the Canteen is 8997 7447. What can I do if my child doesnt engage in counselling? Make an effort to be present in their life and day Connect with your child over things they like to increase positive interactions Try not to fix everything, but listen and understand Acknowledge that counselling is not right for them and support the process they may shift and re-engage mailto:rbfg07@yahoo.com.au mailto:gemma.lovriha@ntschools.net


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