A supportive structure is in place for all students. There are individual wellbeing plans for each Year Level, which form a cohesive, comprehensive whole school approach to wellbeing driven by a preventative approach. To enhance learning, the emphasis of the wellbeing plan is to address the issues, challenges, decisions and responsibilities that our students face on a daily basis and to empower all our girls to make the right choices.
The College employs fully qualified student counsellors who work in collaboration with the Student Wellbeing Team consisting of: Director of Wellbeing and Year Level Leaders. Together there is a team approach to the management of student issues.
The College has in place policies that are actively promoted to provide a harassment-free environment for all members of the school community.
The College’s wellbeing work is guided by the key document Creating and Maintaining a Positive Learning Environment (C.A.M.P.L.E.). In addition in 2017, the College introduced a Learner Attributes Program to promote and develop diverse, yet inter-connected learner skills.
Restorative Practices enables students to become more resilient. It enhances responsibility through building positive relationships across the community.
Relationships are nurtured and restored through conflict resolution, resulting in high quality interpersonal relationships. Restorative Practices replaces traditional punitive disciplinary processes with restorative alternatives.
A student is held accountable and must consider how others have been affected by her actions. She is obliged to repair any harm caused. This may include suggesting ways the harm can be repaired to move forward in a positive way.