"Shine" a short video made by 2017 students.
At Sacred Heart College we are committed to creating an inclusive, engaging and mutually respectful environment where each student is:
Our wellbeing practices aim to develop students who:
Our wellbeing practices are:
Wellbeing at SHC is inspired by our Growth and Development Philosophy (see below) and underpinned by our Visible Wellbeing framework. Through this practice, we are working with Lea Waters to embed a culture of wellness for learning across the school and wider community.
Visible Wellbeing meaningfully combines the science of learning and the science of wellbeing to help communities embed evidence-based approaches for supporting wellbeing in a strengths-based manner within a school community. We are using the SEARCH framework, which focuses on strengths and promoting emotional regulation, awareness, relationship building, proactive coping skills and goal setting.
We are really excited about the way in which this program embeds wellness for learning throughout the school, including in all interactions, in curriculum and classrooms, and within the wider community. To get involved, students can engage with student leadership opportunities, speak to a relevant staff member, keep their eye on the Bulletin or start their own initiative! There are also regular excursions providing opportunities to grow their understanding. They can also get involved by seeing, hearing, and feeling wellbeing all around them and speaking to others about this! In terms of physical wellbeing, one way they can get involved is through PA40+.
Student services at Sacred Heart College aim to enable students to achieve their best through providing them with the necessary support in their day-to-day learning environment.
Our support services comprise four key areas:
Here are a number of articles and resources relevant to student wellbeing. Reachout.com - Parents (47 KB)
Reachout.com - Parents (47 KB)
Some useful links:
For an interactive version of the Food Charter, please click here.