Current programs include:
Melbourne Grammar – Year 7 and 8 Boys program – Topics include Legacy, Leadership and ‘What is a good bloke?’. Sport Coach presentations – impact coaching, coaching girls. Teacher presentations on Resilience for Teachers.
Haileybury College – Sports leadership programs. Blazer Squad leadership program.
De La Salle – Student Leaders program and Student Action Teams.
Westbourne Grammar – Student and Sports Leadership program. Sport Coach presentation – impact coaching and coaching girls.
Tenison Woods College (S.A) – Boys program (including male teacher presentation) Sports parenting (delivered to parents) Good Bloke Program, High Performing Sports Program, Year 12 presentation as well as being an Ambassador for the schools sports program.
- Attitude – how to choose your own.
- Goal setting – the importance of the ‘how’ not ‘what’
- Preparing for life not just an ATAR or marks.
- The Importance of Balance – health/diet/friends/sport
- Tips for coping with exams, SACs and set backs
- Understanding identity
- Health and fitness
Boys Personal Development Program
This program can be retitled ‘how to be a good bloke’. Recently conducted by Melbourne Grammar and a presentation to Peninsula Grammar and Westbourne Grammar this male specific program focuses on attitude, making the right choices, taking personal responsibility and being thankful.
We tend to assign leadership roles to students without giving them the opportunity or ability to ‘lead toward something’. Our program helps students determine exactly what they are leading towards and then gives them the tools to bring their vision to life. this allows the students to truly ‘make a difference’ and importantly have tangible anecdotes and stories about their time as leaders that will stand them in good stead in later life.