We focus on developing connectedness, resilience and wellbeing with our students to support the development of happy and healthy relationships. It is our belief that when students feel safe and are supported, they are able to engage in their learning and achieve positive outcomes.
We have a several support staff who can advise and support students and families with any wellbeing concerns. Our Social Worker plays a key role in supporting children who may be finding it difficult to cope with the various challenges that may be affecting them, either in their school or personal lives. We encourage you to approach the school if you are concerned about your child's wellbeing so that we may explore options for extra support.
We make adjustments as needed to enable all students to participate in our education program. Our School Psychologist and Support Teacher, in partnership with your child's teacher, work as a team to assess student learning and to prepare learning plans that support children with additional needs to access quality education.