Expanding Positive Masculinity

For the past 5 years we have been working with Orygen to develop a personalised approach to our wellbeing program.

A key driver in this framework has been to provide a message about choice, supported by our school motto ‘meliora sequamur.’ As our children develop, they choose to pursue better things.

Positive masculinity is a creative act, based on meaningful relationships with peers, family and emotions.

This week, Headmaster Ross Featherston and Deputy Headmaster, Head of the Crowther Centre Dr Ray Swann addressed Victorian MPs on our program at Parliament House where they answered questions from accessibility of the program, to concerns about the impact of technology for all Victorian youth.

Shortly, the School will be launching further research into +M including looking at what the barriers are for our young people to develop healthier choices. 

There’s still much to do, but having been at the forefront of the development of a positive masculinity we’re glad to be spreading the word and sharing our findings.

See the Parliament of Victoria’s Facebook post below: