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Student Wellbeing Curriculum
13 August, 2018 - 17 August, 2018
Work with students in Class 5 to 11 will be between August 13 to 17.
An evening lecture for parents of Kinder to Class 7 students with Lisa Romero will be on Monday August 13th at 6pm. And for parents of Class 7 to 12 students the lecture will be on Thursday August 16th at 6pm.
Lisa Romero has been offering this contribution to the Wellbeing Curriculum for students at Cape Byron Rudolf Steiner School for almost a decade. The component starts the year the child turns 11 years old, an age when the growth in the child’s body and soul develops towards puberty and becomes ready to receive more conscious pictures around gender and sexuality. Before that age, a child experiences and learns about their place in the world according to how the community thinks and behaves. Learning about gender and sexuality evolves out of how the family and community refer to the child and how society refers to or sees behind race, sex, gender, and other physical or cultural differences in people. We leave the other free when we recognise their individual capacities and support them towards working from these capacities in life.
There are now a number of facilitators from Developing the Self Developing the World who now also deliver the module. For Classes 5 – 11 (from 11 – 18 years old), a facilitator meets with each class at school for an hour long session building up themes relating to developing social understanding through wholistic gender and sex education.
For More information on the Student Wellbeing Curriculum go to http://developingtheself.org/student-program/
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