Student Wellbeing

Student Wellbeing provides and enhances:

  • Positive self regard
  • Respect for others
  • Positive relationships
  • Responsible behaviours
  • Personal resilience

 

At Mary Immaculate Primary School we actively cultivate positive Student Wellbeing through building a support network based on trust between all members of the school community. Children achieve shared success to strengthen a sense of belonging and they also share responsibilities in the classroom and across the school. Our students have opportunities to develop their leadership skills, with our senior students all holding Leadership Positions.  We have a dedicated Student Wellbeing Coordinator who works closely with staff, parents and students to coordinate the wellbeing programs at our school.

Wellbeing Programs

Mary Immaculate Primary School conducts the following wellbeing programs to support students and staff:

  • National Safe Schools Framework
  • To Know, Worship and Love
  • Student Representative Council
  • Year 6 Student Leadership Positions
  • Prep/Year 6 Buddies
  • Cybersafety
  • Student Awards
  • Drug Education
  • Seasons
  • Restorative Practices
  • Social and Emotional Literacy including ‘Circle Time’
  • Values Education
  • Bounce Back/ Bully Busters/ Hands off
  • Transitional Orientation Programs