PARENT WELLBEING HUB

Wellbeing and the full flourishing of the person cannot be separated from learning: they are inextricably linked and must be positioned at the heart of school life - eXcel: Wellbeing for learning in Catholic school communities (Catholic Education Melbourne 2018) 

 

Wellbeing enables us to give expression to our authentic selves to realise our unique potential. A positive sense of wellbeing supports a base for rich learning that enables young people to flourish. This holistic view recognises that the sacredness, dignity and giftedness of each person is grounded in the belief that each person is made in the image and likeness of God (Genesis 1:27). Horizons of Hope (Catholic Education Melbourne 2017) 

 

At  St Robert’s we recognise the importance of wellbeing to children and young people’s spiritual, cognitive, physical, emotional and social growth. We are committed to equipping our students with the courage, kindness, confidence and respect that they will need in order to thrive in a fast-changing world. We deploy effective and innovative approaches to wellbeing within the curriculum and in our everyday interactions.  Social and emotional skills and understandings are taught explicitly, and embedded implicitly through our classroom and whole-school wellbeing practices. 

 

Children and young people have the capacity to achieve their full potential when their wellbeing is nurtured in faith-filled learning environments that are safe, inclusive and respectful. Horizons of Hope (Catholic Education Melbourne 2017) 

 

As part of this commitment, we invite you to visit our Parent Wellbeing Hub below where you can find a comprehensive collection of information and activities designed to help support the wellbeing of you and your children. You can access and explore this wonderful resource by clicking the link below. You can also access a huge range of activities on the Virtual Wellbeing Hub (for students) located within the Student Portal.

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