Student Wellbeing

Children are given opportunities to develop skills which promote resilience, problem solving and the ability to make good choices. We encourage empathy towards the feelings of others and respect for the rights of all.

Everyone in our school has the right to be happy and feel safe. Behaviours such as bullying are dealt with seriously and we are actively involved in proactive anti-bullying programs. Students are encouraged to be assertive and supported to take responsible action or to involve teachers if they feel uncomfortable.

Children DancingPrevention – promoting health and building belonging

  • Large open and safe play environment
  • Proactive Wellbeing Program
  • Recognition of positive behaviour

Intervention – accessing support and providing treatment

  • Individual learning plans
  • Circle Time
  • Drug education program (Seniors)
  • Cyber safety program
  • Referrals to specialists e.g. - Speech Pathologists, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists, Educational consultants, community agencies
  • Seasons Program (for children experiencing loss or grief)
  • Behaviour management plans

Restoring positive relationships                                                              

  • When things go wrong we implement "Restorative Practies"
  • Managing inappropriate behaviours. 
  • We make every effort to ensure that we an learn from any sitution that arises.
  • Monitoring of children with special needs through Program Support Groups and Individual Learning Plans
  • Awards and acknowledgement of effort and achievement

Learning