Saturday, 31 October 2009

Quick hit: Catholic boys' school does good thing

From the North Shore Times, on Stuff, earlier in the week:
Teenage boys are learning a thing or two about fatherhood at Rosmini College.

The year 12 students are taking part in a Plunket tots and toddlers course as part of their NCEA studies.

Director of religious education Steve Mills says it is just as important for boys to learn about parenting as it is for girls. They need to know it is a team effort to raise a child.

"Society to some extent still expects women to be the ones to care for children and that needs to change," says Mr Mills.
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1 comment:

Tui said...

Well, that is super-classy! I hope other schools follow suit.