The Dialogue in the Dark workshop gave us an opportunity to safely experience a life changing disability.
“Lovely, helpful and as well as that, really nice to chat to.” That wonderful assessment of William Ruthven student Shannan Giampa was made by Terri, one of the adult volunteers during the Y Challenge.
Some of our William Ruthven Primary School graduates were enthusiastic about returning there to do their Youth Challenge volunteering.
Working at Ashley Aged Care in Reservoir, Emma Maher has discovered that she has exactly the right temperament and personal qualities that make her a brilliant aged care volunteer.
Students Enver Rabbito-Nolen and Olivia Totsis chose the Yappera Childcare Centre in Thornbury for their Y Challenge placement.
Three of our students chose to work at Save the Children’s charity shop in Mahoneys Road, Reservoir, as part of their Y Challenge volunteering work.
Year 7 student Inaya Khan has written a beautiful story about a valued and very loved member of her family, her cat Ginger.
We strive for our school community to be positive and inclusive, and one where every young person can thrive and achieve their best.
If school is all about preparing students for a safe and productive life in the workplace and community, then our year 12 VCAL course is kicking goals.
The William Ruthven Secondary Y Challenge volunteer crew recently visited Twin Parks Aged Care in Reservoir.