Online Retreats

Year 5 or 6 Retreat:  Leadership  

Your students will be inspired and encouraged to be servant leaders who work for the common good, protect the vulnerable and confidently claim their position as everyday leader.   They will learn about servant leadership by reflecting on their experience during teamwork games and live music, animations, Project Kindy stories and by creating their own mission commitments personally and as a group.  The songs, games, activities, prayers and input give your students an opportunity to develop their skills and understanding of Christian leadership. Your students will also receive “I am With You” Rosary Beads and booklet as an invitation for continuing on their faith formation.

Year 7, 8 or 9 Retreat:  Healthy Relationships and Confidence

Inspired by Jesus’ sermon on the mount, your students will deepen their understanding of how to build positive relationships and self-confidence in a ‘salt of the earth’ kind of way. The input and activities draw on Noble Gospel Values, Catholic theological anthropology and evidence-based recommendations from research on resilience and relationships. The retreat will invite your students to bring out the best in themselves and each other under the loving guidance of God. 

Year 10, 11 or 12 Retreat: Resilience

Your students will be invited to explore how to be their best selves, armed with strategies to develop their skills in spirituality, relationships and resilience. The input and activities are designed around wisdom found in Genesis, Catholic theological anthropology and research on wholehearted, resilient living.  Your students will reflect on their own stories and connect in with God’s story. Your students will enjoy a deeper experience of prayer together and individually.

Staff Retreat: Work/Life Satisfaction

Staff retreat online catholic retreat for faith formation in catholic schools or organisations

Your staff will enjoy a variety of experiences that invite them to engage more deeply with their own stories, with each other, with your school ethos and the Catholic faith. They will explore what it means to find peace amongst the demands of work and life through cultivating noble Gospel values and spirituality. The chance to connect together in small groups and to share more deeply with each other is something that your time-poor staff will really enjoy.