Student Wellbeing

We believe that the emotional and physical wellbeing of our students is at the core of their development as resilient, respectful and happy learners. We understand that students reach their full potential when they are happy, healthy and safe, and that a positive school culture helps to engage students and support them in their learning.  Our whole school approach to student wellbeing is based on building respectful and positive relationships within our community. We provide an educational environment that ensures that all students are valued and cared for, feel they are part of the school, and can engage effectively in their learning and experience success. 



Our whole school approach includes:

  • Inclusive teaching practices 
  • Rights and responsibilities and classroom agreements
  • Positive behaviour management 
  • Daily community circle 
  • Daily calming and ready to learn activities
  • Weekly social and emotional teaching/learning 
  • Use and reference to the school’s values 
  • Use and reference to the Behaviour Flow Chart 
  • Parent/carer partnerships and liaison 
  • Provision of appropriate student services 


Our whole school approach to Student Wellbeing can be found here: