Community Learning Program

Leading educational thinkers and informed discussion

The IGS Community Learning Program brings together leading educational thinkers to promote informed discussion about current education and parenting issues.

The IGS Community Learning Program is a series of public seminars designed to promote informed discussion about current education and parenting issues.

The PTF committee works with staff from IGS to bring together leading educational thinkers in a free and accessible format. The program brings parents and teachers, and sometimes students, from diverse school communities together to hear about the latest research and practice, and to share ideas on how we can bring about change.

2018 Program

Topics and speakers for the 2018 Community Learning Program appear below, bookings will open soon. 

Alumni Breakfast Panel, Thursday 22 February 2018

Mental Health First Aid for Parents, presented by IGS Director of Counselling Services Joseph Degeling, Saturdays 17 and 24 March 2018

Sleep and Nutrition for Parents and Children, presented by IGS School Counsellor Dr Tamara Kezelman, Wednesday 9 May 2018

Drugs, Alcohol and your Child, presented by Paul Dillon from Drug and Alcohol Research Training Australia (DARTA), Thursday 10 May 2018

#Parentech: Screening of Screenagers – Growing up in the Digital Age, Wednesday 9 August 2018, Hoyts Broadway Shopping Centre