The Glendowie College whole school wellbeing framework, (enRICH), proposes that when the qualities of R.I.C.H are permeating through us, and of course like everything else we do here at the college are surrounded by our school values, then we will be flourishing.
R - Relationships
Healthy relationships are those that are grounded in trust, respect and honesty. Our relationships help us to flourish and create a safe and caring space where everyone belongs.I - Identity
Positive identity is about being accepting and open minded towards ourselves and others. Being comfortable and confident in who we are enables us to act with integrity and take pride in our diverse community.C - Challenge
Embracing challenge is about having the courage to take risks, engage with curiosity and grow through experience. In embracing challenge we celebrate our opportunities to learn as well as our successes.H - Hope
A hopeful mindset is about believing that things can and will be improved. An optimistic and positive approach allows us to be resilient in the face of our difficulties.
Every Thursday students participate in a 45 minute enRICHment session. This is completed in form classes and involves a variety of topics including:
Peer support (R)
Service Learning (I)
Service Learning (R/I)
Exam preparation (C)
Haka and Waiata (C)
Attitude - Get connected (I)
Attitude - Drugs and Alcohol (C)
Empowerment Trust - Relationships (R)
Loves me Not (R)
We have developed a student wellbeing programme to explicitly teach the qualities of R.I.C.H which underpin our culture of wellbeing at the College.
The focus for each year level is outlined below:
Mrs Joanne Fraser - Deputy Principal Student ServicesSchool Line: 5759128 ext 109Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs Andrea Curtis - Director of WellbeingSchool Line: 5759128 ext 162Email: email@example.com
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