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Wellbeing Program Information

Dear Parents,

The school is currently engaged in developing a Wellbeing Program which is aimed at strengthening the students’ resilience and confidence in their learning and in their day to day lives. Part of this program involves delivering the Mind Matters program for all High school classes in Term 2 during their MTP sessions each week.

It is important, before we embark on this program, that we understand how the students are feeling at present and how confident their mindset is around learning and daily life issues. For these reasons we intend to offer them a survey session in the near future which will give information on how they are feeling in general and how events affect their wellbeing at school.

Our priority is to get as honest a response from the students as possible and we have, therefore, chosen to ask the students to only identify themselves by year group and gender. If any student wishes to put their name, they are welcome, however, we will not be requesting it from everyone. The surveys will take about 30 minutes to complete and we will analyse the score results and include them in our report on the Wellbeing Program which we will share with families on completion.

There is also a Parent survey relating to your perspective on your child’s resilience and we will be sending that to you shortly. This, too can be anonymous, however if you wish to identify yourself so your child’s situation can be more closely monitored, you are most welcome to do so.
Should you have any questions about our program please contact Liz or Louise.



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