Student Wellbeing

Our Vision guides our wellbeing practice

‘Creating authentic relationships for successful living within a Catholic tradition’

The School has a specific vision of inclusive education that hinges on the notions of deep belonging, of rich, engaging opportunities for young and adult learners, and of strong, mutually supportive relationships with its community. It champions inclusive schooling practices that welcome all and value diversity and difference.

Wellbeing is strongest when learners are engaged within a community

Our students learn in a community where teams of teachers can support learner needs in targeted and flexible ways

Honour the sacred dignity of each person

Our teaching teams place the students at the centre of all curriculum and management decisions to ensure that individuals can flourish

Embrace difference and diversity

Our curriculum plans allow for conceptual exploration of the values and actions needed to appreciate each person’s uniqueness across the P-6 years

Honour equitable access and opportunity for all

Each student must be able to access the learning at their own rate for optimum growth and development across the physical, social, emotional and academic domains.

Build a culture of learning together

We work together to create the conditions necessary for effective personal and social learning through explicit and deliberate practise via strong and supportive management structures.

Make a difference in the world

Successful living enables us to care deeply for ourselves and inspires to also ensure that others have what they need when they need it.