Student Wellbeing

Student Wellbeing

 

 

 

Every child has the right to participate in and learn in a respectful, secure and nurturing environment.  This will be provided by implementing a whole school educative approach to student wellbeing.  The program aims to develop social and personal attributes such as tolerance, resilience and a sense of belonging to the school community.

This philosophy has led to the formation of seven school rules which are discussed and examined by all classes.

  1. 1. We treat everyone in a friendly way.
  2. 2. We play and stay where we should.
  3. 3. We help others.
  4. 4. We ask for help when we need it.
  5. 5. We listen to and learn from our teachers.
  6. 6. We are proud to look after our school environment.
  7. 7. No matter where we are we always follow the school rules.

 

Our school rules are expressed in a positive way and we aim for students to develop a clear understanding of people’s rights and responsibilities through the implementation of these school rules.  We aim to modify unacceptable behaviour through an educative approach which uses natural and logical consequences within the guidelines of the Department of Education.