Andrew was asked to write an article for the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia (AHISA) journal, ‘Independence’, outlining the background of The Rite Journey and its implementation.
A huge thanks to Amrita Hobbs and Jane Bennett who trained 14 women over last weekend to facilitate our new Rite Journey Girls’ Day Program called ‘Spiralling Upwards’. These passionate women from WA, SA, Vic, NSW and Qld are now approaching schools to promote and run the program. If anyone is interested in more info please be in touch.
L-R Angela White, Daniela-Kay, Sophie Binder and Rebecca Hicks training hard!
We have been very blessed to have had Steve Biddulph’s support for a number of years and he was finally able to attend a 2 day training when we worked with St Patrick’s College in Launceston. Steve was involved as a participant in the training alongside 30 staff from St Pat’s. We had a great couple of days and were buoyed by Steve’s wonderfully positive feedback regarding the training process and his continuing support of the program.
From left: JD, Jane, Amrita, Steve and Andrew
Below is the documentary crew from EBS in South Korea who are doing a series on Masculinity. They have filmed at Rite Journey schools in Vic, SA and are currently interviewing Steve Biddulph and filming at St Patrick’s…our only Tassie school…in Launceston.
Hee Kyung is the producer, Yeji is the translator/organiser and Woo Hyung is on camera. We had a great couple of days in Adelaide!