"It's time we talked" - Parent Workshop

  • 01-Mar-17
  • Announcements

The Otago Community Trust in conjunction with St Hilda's Collegiate School are proud to offer an Otago wide workshop / seminar for parents of teenagers and pre-teens being presented by Maree Crabbe. For interested parents this will address the important issues our children are faced with through the internet, media and various social media sites.

The workshop assists parents to understand the impact of pornography on young people and what they can do to address it. It is a difficult topic that should not be ignored. Maree is an engaging, informative and expert speaker who works all over Australasia. We would urge you to take the time to attend.

The workshop / seminar will be held on Tuesday 7th March from 7.00 - 9.00pm at the Otago Boys' High School auditorium. Please confirm attendance by sending an RSVP to admin@shcs.school.nz by Friday March 3. There is no charge for the workshop but seating is limited. 


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