The wellbeing of our children and families is at the centre of who we are at St Elizabeth's.
Each child's social, emotional and physical wellbeing is core for personal success. We embrace the diversity of all our community and recognise and acknowledge the dignity of each individual.
At St Elizabeth's, our children develop social and emotional skills through:
positive education: growth mindset, promoting optimism and gratitude, where a sense of belonging is developed
- daily meditation and mindfulness
- regular class meetings and circle time opportunties to develop strategies and skills with social emotional learning
- student leadership e.g. Year 6 leadership roles
- buddy progams e.g. Year 6 and Foundation buddies
- transition programs with Kindergartens, Secondary schools and across levels
- a Student Wellbeing leader to facilitate student learning around scoail emotional concerns
- a collaborative and positive interaction with the Learning Diversity leader who supports students and families with acadmeic and social emotional learning difficulties
- Student Representative Council (SRC) to enable and foster student voice
- lunchtime activities to encourage social skills, interaction and positive relationships among students e.g. choir, toy shed (Pop up Play)