Students graduate from Top Blokes program
The end of Term 2 saw students from schools across the Peninsula graduate from the Top Blokes Program.
Year 6 boys from Woy Woy Public School participated in the eight week primary school program, Stepping Up.
During the term the boys learned skills around peer pressure, anger management, mental health and how to build positive relationships.
Brisbane Waters Secondary College ran the six-month Junior Top Blokes Program.
The mentoring program covered topics like masculinity, drugs, alcohol, domestic violence and sexual health.
The Top Blokes Foundation aimed to foster young men's social inclusion, emotional and social resilience and improve their mental health and well-being.
The Peninsula program is supported by the Rotary Club of Umina Beach.
Newsletter, 24 Jul 2019
Simon Darwin, Rotary Club of Umina Beach
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