Student Wellbeing

We believe social skills, just like any other set of skills, need to fostered, practiced and recognised.

We also believe strong relationships between students and students and staff are the key to a well functioning school.

We actively promote the school values through planned lessons for all classes which are provided by a staff student wellbeing group.

Developing a positive mindset, self acceptance, inclusiveness, risk taking, mutual respect, increasing independence and thinking first are key aspects of classroom lessons and discussions.

Students participate in planned weekly "Circle Time" activities where they discuss school issues using the You
Can
Do
It mind set skills to achieve positive outcomes.

We have a student counsellor who works closely with staff, students and parents to guide and support wellbeing.