Learning & Well-Being
As a school we know that Learning and Wellbeing are inextricably linked. Students who feel safe, respected and connected to their school learn better.
To improve how students feel, it requires highly effective teachers who have a universal high regard for young people and can effectively apply research-based strategies to improve all students' learning. High-quality relationships with teachers and more personalised and individualised feedback is essential to improved student outcomes.
We do this in a number of key ways. Please read through our Learning and Well-Being sections to find out more.