Providing extraordinary Wellbeing Programs
Wellbeing at St Peter’s Woodlands is defined as a state of positive attitude, enabling students and our community to succeed and flourish through evidence-based practices and programs, enabling students to be healthy, safe and learn to be comfortable in the uncomfortable.
St Peter’s Woodlands approach to wellbeing is holistic, embedding implicit and explicit concepts and activities into everyday learning, across the classrooms, playgrounds and in co-curricular activities.
At St Peter’s Woodlands we run a range of targeted of wellbeing programs and initiatives support our students’ wellbeing – many of which have shown to have a positive impact on attitudes, behaviours and academic outcomes. Wellbeing is the foundation for everything at school. For students, if they’re not feeling that sense of wellbeing in themselves, it’s hard for them to perform at their best in their learning, peer relationships, trying new things…that sense of wellbeing is at the heart of everything.