Wellbeing


Wellbeing incorporates all aspects of school community life from students’ physical, intellectual, moral, social, emotional and spiritual wellbeing and development to the safe and supportive environment in which they learn.

St Luke's School Values:

Respect - showing regard and appreciation for the worth of someone or something.

Empathy - being sensitive to the feelings and needs of others by understanding and caring

Resilience - the capacity to cope with change and challenge and bounce back during difficult times.

Responsibility - being accountable for the choices that we make for ourselves, others and the environment.

Integrity - helps you listen to your conscience to do the right thing and to tell the truth.  You act with integrity when your positive words and actions match.

Our Wellbeing Leader, in conjunction with a Core Team, provides a whole school approach to Student Wellbeing with a focus on prevention and early intervention. We promote inclusion and model values which are consistent with the Gospel teachings of Jesus.

We have a comprehensive range of Student Wellbeing programs which we incorporate into the Curriculum including:

  • Meditation
  • Friendship Groups
  • St Luke's Values Education
  • Seasons
  • Better Buddies
  • Cybersafety
  • Drug Education
  • Body Safety - Keeping myself safe
  • Bounce Back!
  • Kids Matter
  • Girls Matter Social Group
  • Respectful Relationships

St Luke's sees wellbeing as fundamental to successful learning. Children who are happy, confident and able to establish meaningful relationships are better placed to achieve positive learning outcomes.We strive to provide a safe and supportive environment that contributes to positive learning outcomes and the wellbeing of our students, staff and the broader community.

(The Wellbeing Landscape, CEO Learning Centred Schools: A Sacred Landscape)