Kinross Wolaroi School is actively committed to providing the highest standards of pastoral care to ensure the wellbeing of all our students.

Providing a nurturing and supportive environment is paramount to ensuring our students have the best possible experience during their primary and secondary education.

At Kinross Wolaroi School, our Wellbeing Team works hard to ensure that this is possible and comprises of:

  • School Psychologist
  • Medical Staff
  • Indigenous Students Coordinator
  • Head of Day House
  • Mentor
  • Head of House (boarding)
  • Assistant House parents (boarding)
  • Resident Assistant (boarding)
  • House Mothers (boarding)
  • Chaplain

Senior School Wellbeing And Pastoral Care

The senior school years can be an extremely stressful time for students as they begin to make decisions for life beyond formal schooling. Staff work together to oversee the ongoing wellbeing of each student with formal procedures in place to help with this.

Junior School Wellbeing and Pastoral Care

We believe that student wellbeing is the single most important facet of Kinross Wolaroi Junior School. Children who are happy at school, who feel safe, secure and have friends, will learn and feel good about themselves. All classroom teachers play an active role in fostering the wellbeing of their students, and are well supported by other staff members and the school physiologist.

We incorporate a number of strategies to focus on student wellbeing including: