Student-led initiatives at Knox to raise awareness for White Ribbon have culminated with 600 Year 10 and 11 boys and staff coming together to form a giant White Ribbon on the school oval.
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Throughout the year, a group of students, called the ‘Champions of Change’, has been driving this campaign to stop violence against women.
“In our local area, in the beautiful Hornsby Ku-ring-gai local area, almost 100 women each month flee their homes because of violence,” the Headmaster John Weeks told more than 1,800 boys at a special White Ribbon Assembly on Thursday.
“In Australia, on average, each week one women will die because of domestic violence. Those women die because of men. This is a reality and this needs to stop. If we are going to change it, it starts with you and it starts with me changing,” said Mr Weeks.
Knox ‘Champions of Change’ initiatives have included
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Knox Grammar School has been a leader of Positive Education for the past 12 years. Central to this is our bespoke Knox Total Fitness Model, which aims to equip students with the skills and practices to thrive in life well beyond their school years.
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There was much to celebrate as the CAS Summer competition came to a close over the weekend, with Knox winning the Basketball, Tennis and Volleyball fixtures.
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Congratulations to our Year 12 students on their outstanding results in the 2022 Higher School Certificate (HSC).
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