The Wellbeing of our School Community is important to us. As a School, we play a vital role in providing the links between the community and support networks. We will continue to support our families through providing accurate and relevant resources provided by the Department of Education to help guide you through these challenging circumstances.
The Student Wellbeing Hub is a space for educators, parents and students to build safe, inclusive and connected school communities that promote Wellbeing and learning. To find a variety of resources, please click the
Students Explore button to the left or the Parents Explore button to the right.
- Hero Program –
School Wide Positive Behaviour
To support engagement, motivation and Positive Student Behaviours, we have modified our Hero program to be utilised during our Remote Learning period. Below are a series of links that will support positive behaviours and acknowledge success.
- Social Stories for Students –
Our students learn best when they are engaged, can watch, listen and see. Check out our amazing Social Stories to support our students understanding of various topics.
- Wellbeing for Students –
Our students learn best when they feel safe, happy and focused. Below are a series of links to support regulating emotions and student wellbeing. Combining movement and mindfulness breaks helps students to learn and stay focused.
Prep – Year 2 Break cards – Click Here
Year 3 – Year 6 Break card – Click Here
Sensory Play Links – Click Here
Mindfulness Break – Click Here
Movement Break – Click Here
Mindful Mat – Click Here
Sensory Break – Click Here
Brain Break – Click Here
Breathing Break – Click Here
Mindfulness Breathing – Click Here
- Promoting Wellbeing –
If you would like further information on how you can promote wellbeing and support yourself, your children and family/friends, we have listed a range of podcasts, website links, apps and fact sheets for you to access.
- Wellbeing for Families –
The link below contains information to support children through COVID19. If you, your children or a family member requires immediate support, please see the contact details listed on the last page of the presentation.
- Managing Screen Time –
If you would like further information on how you can best Manage Screen Time for your children, feel free to access the links below.
DET – Managing Screen Time
Raising Children – Managing Screen Time
Balancing Screen Time
Screen Time: 5 -7 years old children
Screen Time: 7 -11 years old children
Screen Time: 11 -14 years old children