Celebrate Father’s Day at Kingsgrove RSL Sunday 4th September 2022
Bookings are essentials – To book call 9336-1500.
Kingsgrove RSL Club donated $9,000 to Kingsgrove High School in order assist with running of the Future Links Careers Week and Careers Expo at Kingsgrove High School. Kingsgrove Highschool proud and honoured to have received the grant from Kingsgrove RSL. We endeavour to continue strengthening our ties with Kingsgrove High School along with other schools and community organisations.
The annual Future Links Careers Week and Careers Expo at Kingsgrove High School was held in Week 7, Term 2 (6th – 10th June).
This a new initiative from the school. The focus of Careers week and the Careers Expo is to encourage students from Years 7-12 to engage in meaningful discussions with various post school providers and to assist students to make suitable choices for their futures.
During Careers Week, students had the opportunity to attend career seminars, seeking advice from professionals regarding the career planning stage. All seminars were run by Turning Point Consultancy. Outline of the seminars are listed below:
Year 7 – Skills and strengths
Year 8 – Making the most of my strengths
Year 9 – Transferable work skills
Year 10 – Presentation, appearance and skills for work experience
Year 11 – Planning your next step
Year 12 – Post school options.
We are excited to tell you that Fireside Brasserie is
to help the students at a Lismore School who lost everything in the recent NSW floods.
Our Lady of Fatima’s Mini Vinnies coordinated a stationary drive. They were overwhelmed with donations of all new pens, pencils, pencil cases, textas, crayons and more to be distributed to the students.
Kingsgrove RSL Club provided support and arranged for the transportation of the boxed donations to Lismore.
Pictured (left to right) Kingsgrove RSL Club CEO – Ian Todd, Supervisor Jarrod Maloney & Cellarman Alex Nohra