In order for students to learn and develop to their full potential, we recognise their need for belonging, safety and regulation. Student wellbeing has a direct impact on learning and engagement. Student wellbeing at our school is aimed at giving children awareness of the how to cope with life’s up and downs, being able to recognise how they are feeling and increase their emotional literacy to describe this. We support students as the agents of their own wellbeing and to develop the skills to recognise what they need.

Each year level accesses the Child Protection Curriculum, that teaches children that that they have the right to be safe and how to get help if they feel unsafe, particularly from any form of abuse. This is an R-6 programme mandated in all SA Public Schools.

The Wellbeing and Inclusion Leader alongside the Student Wellbeing SSO provides support for children, staff and parents/carers with any relevant wellbeing matters.