Wellbeing programs

Fostering our students sense of self awareness, responsibility and resilience as they transition into adulthood

Student Life & Wellbeing

Resilience Programs

Supporting the cognitive development of our young people into self-aware, responsible adults.

Our wellbeing programs are fun and unique learning spaces where students can feel comfortable to engage in sensitive topics.
The relaxed setting encourages them to get in tune with their emotions so they can deal with internal and external issues.

Our program has excursion opportunities which allow students to get away from the everyday atmosphere of the classroom. This gives them more opportunity to spend time with each other in a new environment and connect on a more personal level without the structure of a school day.

We deliver three wellbeing programs to support the wellbeing of our students:

Pathfinders (Years 7 and 8)

This program encourages students to assess and analyse their current lifestyle and factors that have contributed to their ideas and sense of self.

This requires students to assess and analyse their current lifestyle and factors that have contributed to their ideas and sense of self.

Key areas within the framework include:

  • My Birth Story;
  • My Family Tree;
  • Influential People;
  • Gratitude;
  • Great Men/Women;
  • Personality Types.

Living Ways (Years 9 and 10)

This program focuses on developing our students’ sense of self awareness and understanding.

Key areas within the framework include:

  • Gender Roles;
  • Puberty;
  • Menstruation;
  • Body Image;
  • Self Confidence.

New Beginnings (Years 11 and 12)

Strategies to support growth and optimism for future opportunities.

Key areas of the framework include:

  • What Do I Want In Life?
  • Goal Setting;
  • Aspirations;
  • Preparation for Work Time.