The presentation was organized as part of our schools Welfare program and the issues Andrew addressed as part of the Life Choices Program were perfectly aligned with this. In fact, many of the messages simply reconfirmed what we were endeavoring to instill in our students. However, given Andrew’s “star” status the message hit home more strongly.
Ingleburn High School (NSW), Year 12 Student Advisor
…the whole prisoner group were totally consumed as they contemplated their own lives and their current situation…. The visit has prompted many conversations and received excellent feedback from all involved and I would highly recommend other centres to consider hosting the Jesus Racing Team and their program.
Lotus Glen Correctional Centre (QLD), General Manager
From the first second Andrew engaged the audience in a fast pace, interesting and relevant session focussing on some major issues for teenagers…..we would not hesitate to recommend the Life choices presentation to other schools when looking for interesting and relevant Welfare programs.
Norwood Secondary college (VIC), Senior School Assistant Principal
His talk on ‘legacy’ was very powerful and certainly left the inmates with something to think about as they consider the choices they have in front of them
Bathurst Correctional Centre (NSW), General Manager
One story shared through staff was of a student making a ‘Life Choice’ to not get into an off road vehicle which was later involved in a rollover.
Penguin District School (TAS), Principal
There has been excellent feedback from students and teachers who attended and I would certainly recommend this program to any high School considering inviting Jesus Racing Team to address students. Following the presentation, student commented about how inspiring Andrew’s message was asit provided students with tools to make informed and better choices.
Youth Education Centre Jonal Campus (SA), Deputy Principal
The fast paced presentation had students captivated from start to finish… Linking the content to real life experiences emotionally touched many students, many of whom have made comment to me since the presentation.
Orange High School (NSW), Head Teacher Welfare
The use of data & statistics, while confronting to many of our students was powerful in supporting their longer term life choices.
Corrimal High School (NSW), Principal
In particular, “Life Choices” was delivered in such a way that students felt less “lectured at” and more empowered to make their own informed decisions