The emotional, social and physical wellbeing of students is of primary concern as these qualities are fundamental to effective learning and engagement.
The school believes in and provides a safe, secure, supportive and consistent learning environment which welcomes the contributions of every person.
Individual education programs engage students to achieve their personal best concentrating on building social, communication, independence and vocational skills to ensure a successful post school life.
Individual achievements and educational milestones are acknowledged and celebrated at school assemblies and special events.
Student wellbeing opportunities include:
Student Representative Council
Student Environment Committee