Introduction

Wellbeing is fundamental to successful learning outcomes – it plays a vital role in promoting the intellectual, physical, social, emotional, moral, spiritual and aesthetic development and wellbeing of the students in our care.

Wellbeing is fundamental to successful learning outcomes – it plays a vital role in promoting the intellectual, physical, social, emotional, moral, spiritual and aesthetic development and wellbeing of the students in our care.

Wellbeing is what we want for every member of our community.
• Wellbeing is the ability to deal with life. To face life when things go wrong e.g disappointments, friendships, arguments etc.
• It is our ability to ‘bounce back’ and get on with living.  It’s not holding on and being unable to move forwards.
• It gives us connectedness to the classroom and the community.
• It enhances children’s ability to learn.
We believe that students are able to make connections with their learning when their wellbeing is nurtured, enabling a strong sense of self worth.  We work together in partnership with parents and the wider community, to create a climate of respect, unity and excellence.

Students are supported through the following programs:

  • Student Leadership
  • Restorative Approach to conflict
  • Cyber Safety
  • Extra Curricula Activities
  • Buddies System
  • Transition
  • Circle Time
  • Meditation
  • Drug Education
  • Catholic Counselor
  • Community Partnerships
  • Personal Development
  • Asthma Foundation
  • Family Life
  • SunSmart (see below)