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.
For us, Wellbeing relates to so much more than mental health and is achieved when a student can develop their potential, build positive relationships, and contribute to their community. It is enhanced by achieving a sense of purpose through the fulfillment of personal and social goals. We recognise that its development does not start on enrolment at Kinross Wolaroi, nor finish upon graduation. Instead, we hope to equip our students with the necessary tools to live a fulfilling life and to meet the challenges of our dynamic world. Central to our approach is the development of positive, respectful relationships.
At Kinross Wolaroi School, our Wellbeing Team works hard to ensure that this is possible and comprises:
- School Psychologists
- Medical Centre Nurses
- Indigenous Students Coordinator
- Heads of Day Houses
- House Mentors
- Heads of Boarding
- Heads of Boarding Houses and Boarding Staff
- Year 7 Coordinator
- Senior Years Coordinator (Years 11 & 12)
- Head of Wellbeing