Activity and  Wellbeing Schedule Online

This week Senior School students were sent their second wellbeing and activity schedule. Again, this provides students with an opportunity to stay active with exercise routines whilst keeping mindfully healthy with tips and videos to on mental health.

Last week we had two House Competitions take place - A Soccer Skills juggling competition and a Lego Masters competition where House points were awarded.

Well done to all boys who entered and congratulations to our winners below.


Soccer Juggling


1st  Josh Divin (Doyle) – 2000 approximately!!!  Check it out at

2nd Jacob Clothier (Joyce) – 589

3rd Arjun Sharma (Doyle) – 585


Lego Masters

1st - Thomas Scattergood (Joyce)

2nd - Coby Stock (Dwyer)

3rd - Daniel Mulcahy (Doyle)


This week’s schedule sent to students on Monday is below.


Student Online Wellbeing and Activity Schedule – Week 4B


Exercise Routine with Jake Terhell


‘Mindfulness with Colours’ with Kelsey Odgers


Football Skills with Mr Mark Beck‘Mindful Words’ with Kelsey OdgersSchool Assembly – Period 3


Virtual School Cross Country

SVC Virtual Cross Country – (YouTube/ Student Welcome Pack Attached)
SVC House Skills Competition (Tennis Challenge) – All Entries to Mr Canning ( by Friday May 22 @3pm (YouTube)

All video content is available on the St Virgil’s College YouTube Channel via the link below;

Speak Up! Stay ChatTY!

Over the coming weeks Grade 9s and 10s will have the opportunity to participate in the SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY online presentations.

The online presentations are designed for young people in Grades 9-12 who are learning from home, or still attending school. Each presentation will be facilitated by a trained Stay ChatTY Project Officer and will run online for 30 minutes.

All three presentations are supported by the Department of Education Tasmania, grounded in evidence and are aligned with the Australian Curriculum.


The online presentation schedule is:


  1. Understanding your mental health during COVID-19

Uploaded on Wednesday May 20 at 9am

Facilitated by Julia Gandy, Senior Project Officer at SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY


What will be covered:

  • Understand your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Look after your wellbeing while we’re stuck at home
  • Map types of support, and what support can look like


  1. Keeping mentally fit during COVID-19

Uploaded on Wednesday May 27 at 9am                                                                                                                                                                                             

Facilitated by Kat Carter, Project Officer at SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY

What will be covered:

  • Learn how to cope with stress
  • Understand the importance of self-care during isolation
  • Recognise ways to maintain resilience during the pandemic
  • Map where to get support


  1. Helping a friend during COVID-19

Uploaded on Wednesday June 3 at 9am

Facilitated by Julia Gandy, Senior Project Officer at SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY


What will be covered:

  • Understand why a friend might be struggling
  • Recognise signs someone might not be ok
  • Learn how to start the conversation
  • Map where to get support


The link to the presentation will be sent out to students to be able to access the content.


Guilford Young College Transition

On Monday Grade 10 students again had the opportunity to get some introductory information about Guilford Young College and their transition to Year 11. This time students had the opportunity to hear from former student Hayden Bakes. Hayden told of his transition to GYC, the subjects he was doing, and tips about how to best prepare for Year 11. Bernadette Pogorzelski – Enrolments Register spoke to the boys about what will be taking place over the coming months to help them prepare for GYC. If any parents or students have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.


A reminder also that enrolments are due on Friday June 26.