Trafalgar High School, with a student enrolment of approximately 750, is situated in a pleasant environment between the Strzelecki Ranges and Mount Baw Baw. Located on a large, attractive site adjacent to Trafalgar Primary School, this unique rural setting nurtures a strong school identity based on wide community support, providing a stable, caring environment in which each individual attains a sense of identity and self worth. Many students travel to the school by bus or train from well beyond the local area.
Thank you to everyone who supported our Community Film night as part of the #16DaysofActivism and our Respectful Relationships program. we were joined by Students, parents, community leaders like Ian from Trafalgar Lions Club & Judith from Rotary Club of Trafalgar and staff of THS.
COMMUNITY MARCH – ACTIVISM AGAINST GENDER BASED VIOLENCE - Morwell 4/12/2019
Trafalgar High School was proud to be one of many Respectful Relationships Schools to attend this Latrobe City Council event, part of the #16DaysfActivism and Respect Victoria/ Victorian State Government’s ‘Respect Women: Call It Out’ campaign which calls on all Victorians to call out sexist behaviour and attitudes that drive gender based violence.
Due to the inclement weather, the community march around Kernot Lake was changed to a call to action gathering inside the foyer at Kernot Hall and our Students joined members of our community to support a Victoria free from violence as well as enjoyed the sausage sizzle and meeting Cr Kellie O’Callaghan and Cr Sharon Gibson.
Two of the team were also interviewed by ABC Gippsland and spoke about Respectful Relationships and preventing family violence education at school. #callitout