Student Well-Being

Our school believes:

  • that everybody has a right to feel and be safe and to learn to the best of their ability.
  • that learning and wellbeing are interconnected and students will flourish when teaching and learning is inclusive, differentiated, dynamic, student centred and relevant. 
  • that students learn best when they know what is expected and are able to reflect upon and accept responsibility for their behaviour.
  • that parents/caregivers, students and staff must work together and have a common, agreed understanding of positive behaviours.

We believe that every person is part of the Body of Christ and their physical, spiritual, social and emotional growth towards personal and social responsibility, and self discipline is a life - long process. Each child’s growth is nourished by the many opportunities to develop positive relationships, build resilience skills and form deep connections in a learning community.

The development of social and emotional competencies has a positive influence on learning outcomes for students.

Our school incorporates a number of Well-Being and positive behaviour practices including:

  • Restorative Practices underpinned by Restorative Justice Theory
  • Circle Time
  • Program Achieve
  • Wellbeing intervention and support
  • Classroom based personal responsibility
  • Yard based personal responsibility