The program is a series of public seminars and events developed by IGS staff and the PTF Committee. External guests and internal speakers are invited to present on topical issues including mental health, digital citizenship, early learning, and adolescence. These events are open to parents, teachers and interested community members.
The IGS Community Learning Program brings together leading educational thinkers to promote informed discussions about current areas of interest in parenting and education.
Topics and speakers for the 2019 Community Learning Program appear below.
Tuning in to Kids, presented by Rachael Spitzer, Wednesdays 13, 20 and 27 February and 6, 13 and 20 March 2019
Food for Wellbeing, presented by IGS Psychologist Dr Tamara Kezelman and practicing life coach Karen Wong, Thursday 21 March 2019
Youth Mental Health First Aid for Parents, presented by IGS Director of Counselling Services Joseph Degeling, Saturdays 16 and 23 March 2019
Art and Design for Parents, presented by IGS Art and Design teachers, various dates, click on the following links to book: Beer and Stitch, Wine and the Nude, Photographic Portraiture and Lightroom 101, Ceramics (limited places available, book early to avoid disappointment!)
1-2-3 Magic for Early Learning and Primary Parents, presented by IGS Director of Counselling Services Joseph Degeling, various dates (limited places available, book early to avoid disappointment!), book here (Primary parents and caregivers)
“65% of Primary School children will end up working in jobs that don’t exist today!” Fact or fiction? Presented by Lars Janowski, Thursday 16 May 2019, book here
Learnings from High Tech High, presented by IGS staff members, Wednesday 7 August 2019, book here
Healthy Screen Time and Gaming, presented by Yasmin London, Executive Director of ySafe, Wednesday 20 November 2019, book here