On Monday July 25th, MADALAH staff spent the morning at Gloucester Park facilitating another wonderful Education & Well-being Day for our Wesley College scholars!
The first session of the day was presented by Des Headland and Janelle Campbell-Cooke. Des, an Indigenous ex-AFL player who is seen as a role model to many of the boys helped provide a comfortable space for the boys to speak about and engage in meaningful conversations on social and emotional well-being. Our career pathway session followed on from this session where MADALAH staff provided students with information on our Year 13 Program and what we can do to assist them post-secondary school.
After lunch, the boys headed out into the middle of the racetrack to participate in a game of Buroinjin, which was their favourite part of the day!