St Hilda’s School

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Prayer Spaces – a journey worth taking

“In the Prayer Spaces framework, ‘space’ can unite mind, body and spirit, as students are positioned in a safe context of quiet and calm, where they can consider the ‘big questions’ of life and faith,” says Vanessa Gamack, Mission and Education Advisor at the Anglican Schools Commission

Frederika Roberts, Kara Kroon (Head Daygirl), Elizabeth Wright, Emily Dougherty (School Captain), Alexi McCarthy (Year 7 Student Council Representative) with Elizabeth's medals at the Resilience and Wellbeing Success seminar at St Hilda's at the start of Semester 2, 2019.

Role models of resilience

St Hilda’s girls were recently inspired by the stories of two strong and determined women, a paralympic medalist and a brave mum, who visited their school to share their powerful stories and talk about resilience techniques and character strength


Reconciliation: relationships and respect

As part of our series on Reconciliation Action Plan achievements, the St Hilda’s School Chaplain shares how the school is embedding Indigenous culture and Reconciliation themes in their curriculum in novel ways, actively fostering relationships of respect between the whole school community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and implementing students’ Reconciliation suggestions