Posted on 11 September, 2020

R U OK? Day

R U OK? Day

On Thursday 10 September Darwin High School students and staff participated in R U Ok? Day.

R U OK? Day is a national suicide prevention initiative that aims to inspire people to meaningfully connect with those around them.

This year's theme was, 'There's more to say after R U OK?'. Ms Knutson's Stage 1 Health students and our Student Representative Council held a range of R U OK? activities on Thursday at lunchtime outside the Library. Students and staff were encouraged to join in the fun by wearing yellow. 

R U OK? reminders were displayed all over campus in the lead up to Thursday with some great tips on how to support someone who is struggling.

The Darwin High SRC ran a pancake fundraiser with all profits being donated to the R U OK? organisation. 

Congratulations to all the staff and students who contributed to such a successful event!

Learn what to say after R U OK? so you can keep the conversation going when someone says they're not OK. Visit

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