Youth Mental Health First Aid. YMHFA is an internationally recognised program which teaches adults how to assist adolescents who are developing a mental health problem or who are experiencing a mental health crisis. Learn about adolescent development, the signs and symptoms of common mental health problems in young people, where to get help and how to provide first aid in a crisis situation.
Program details are as follows:
Cost – Free for parents of teenagers
Duration – 2 days
When – Saturdays 23 & 30 September, 9am– 4pm
Where – headspace Osborne Park- 2/145 Main Street, Osborne Park
Please note that bookings are essential and can be made online at www.ngala.com.au/pw, by email NorthWestMetro.PCWA@ngala.com.au or call 9368 9368. See the flyer for more information.
Don’t forget to purchase your copy of the 2017 Southern River College Yearbook! The yearbook is a fantastic collection of photos and reports of events that occurred throughout the year, and is a wonderful memento to enjoy into the future. Many people have already paid for their copy as an optional payment through their school fees. If you haven’t already paid for a yearbook and would like one, please make a payment of $20 at the Front Office before the end of Term 3 2017.
Year 12 Ball Photos. We’re very pleased to announce that the 2017 Ball photos are now available! Please make sure that you read the notice from Maverick Photography before downloading anything. Click the link below and enjoy! Website: https://goo.gl/KKmgAe
Laptop Program. The portal is open for students wishing to purchase their laptop online. Please click on the link to go to the portal https://portal.winaust.com.au/forms/view/593
Uniform Shop. Regular Trading: Tuesdays and Fridays 8.00am – 10.30am.
Click here to view the Uniform costs and sale items!
Facebook. The College is now on Facebook! Follow our page for news, upcoming events, photos, music clips and more.
Community Garden News. The Southern River Community Garden located on Anaconda Drive adjacent to Southern River College provides a space for recreation and social interaction. The garden promotes organic and sustainable gardening through regular workshops and family focused events. More information may be found on the Community Garden Website or on their Facebook page.
More Community News click here