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DAFFODIL DAY

SSBT and ASG will host Daffodil day on 23rd August 2012 at 10am.

What is Daffodil Day?

It’s a day for all of us to grow hope for a brighter, cancer-free future for ourselves, and for those we love. Daffodil Day merchandise is on sale throughout August, and you can donate to Daffodil Day at anytime. Every daffodil, every donation, grows hope; hope for better treatments, hope for more survivors, hope for a cancer-free future. No matter who you are, Daffodil Day is for you.

For more information please visit daffodilday.com.au

SSBT & ASG Coffee on Us schedule on 2 August 2012

SSBT & ASG Coffee on Us schedule on 2 August 2012

Starts from 10.15am-11am

Volunteers needed

Anyone interested please contact Mariana from Marketing Department

COFFEE on US

Tuesday 24 July 2012, Starts from 10:15am till 11am

Served by our lovely students from Apple Study Group.

Also student have chance to win 3 SSBT T-shirts.

Please come to common area and enjoy the drink and food.

Support Inclusive Practice Workshop

SSBT Children Services section will have Meni Tsambouniaris Co-ordinator of Bicultural Support Program (BSP) as guest speaker to our Certificate III students on 19th July 2012 at 11:00 o’clock in the morning to discuss about their program which covers inclusion, diversity and how students could become bicultural support worker. The purpose of the activity is to strengthen their skills and knowledge about diversity and inclusion to be applied in their work practice. The Bicultural Support Program is run by Ethnic Child Care Family & Community Services Co-operative for Children's Services Central. Formerly known as the Casual Ethnic Workers Pool (CEWP), the Bicultural Support Program (BSP) has been established since 1981 and is a free, state-wide, time-limited service, available to Australian Government approved Children's Services. The Bicultural Support Program provides additional resources to eligible Children's Services to assist with the inclusion of children from culturally and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds (CALD), refugee and Indigenous children.

For further information about their program, please visit website below:

Bicultural Support Program

Updated 18/07/2012

Volunteers are Needed –Free Coffee for Students

Volunteers are Needed –Free Coffee for Students

We want you to take part in our weekly “COFFEE TIME” at SSBT and ASG

Any students who complete and participate 2 events will get a Certificate of Appreciation from us.

Coffee time is normally from 10.15-11am or 15.00 – 15.30pm on every Thursday

If you are interested please contact:

Mariana from Marketing Department.