Wellbeing refers to the students’ physical, social and emotional development.
Evidence suggests that these elements are integral rather than incidental to learning. A learner will find it difficult to engage with learning programs if they are distracted by significant physical, social and emotional issues.
We aim to build a positive school environment where each child feels safe, supported, valued and happy. We believe that Wellbeing fosters pro-social behaviour and social inclusion while having a direct impact on student learning and school success.