Eco Sisters Reflection Workshop

The EcoSisters Service group had a great afternoon on Tuesday after school, during their reflection workshop. They met as a whole group and were fortunate to have staff member Melissa Marshall speak about her role as a volunteer at a Cockatoo Conservation Centre. It provided great inspiration to the students to consider how they can become involved to assist environmental conservation.

Year 9 student, Charlotte Parsons presented information about the negative effects of plastic in the environment to remind students of the importance of supporting the plastic bottle recycling program at the College. Students then worked in small groups to discuss possible goals and projects for the group to work towards during the year.

Parents participating in a discussion during Santa Maria College's 'Parent Voice' evening, highlighting the importance of diversity and inclusion in education.

Value Of Parent Voice In Schools – Jennifer Oaten

How does parental involvement improve student outcomes? Discover the benefits of parent voice in schools and how Santa Maria College is leading the way with its ‘Parent Voice’ initiative. Read more about creating a more inclusive and supportive educational environment.

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