Student Wellbeing

Wellbeing Importance

We believe that our school plays an important role in promoting the mental health and wellbeing of the members of the St. Christopher’s School Community. We also understand that student wellbeing is central to learning and teaching and plays a major role in student learning outcomes.

Please click the link below to see our Student Wellbeing Policy

Student Wellbeing Policy

Community and Multiculturalism

At St. Christopher’s there is a strong sense of community and all individuals are valued. The rich and varied backgrounds of our families are promoted, as is a culture of respect and tolerance.

Safety

All students at St. Christopher’s school have the right to feel safe and be themselves. Policies and procedures are in place to deal with inappropriate behaviour such as bullying.

Team Approach

At St. Christopher’s school staff members know every child and have a sense of shared responsibility for wellbeing. The support and input of parents is valued and encouraged in this area. A Student Wellbeing Coordinator is supported by a Wellbeing team.

Social & Emotional Learning

St. Christopher’s aims to provide students with a wide range of experiences that assist them to develop their capacity to interact effectively with others. Programs and activities are selected according to the current needs of the school community.

Social and emotional learning is integrated through the School’s curriculum. Some of the initiatives/programs that support the St Christopher’s community in this area include:

Programs

Social and Emotional Learning Program

‘Better Buddies’

Student Lead Social Justice events

Family Life program

Whole School Meditation

Lunchtime activities (Chess, Tennis, Lego/Construction)

Wellbeing Team

Student Representative Council

Anti-bullying program and participation in National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence

Access to psychologist at school

Cyber Safety program

Daniel Morcombe Foundation