Wellbeing

Wellbeing

 FHS is committed to developing healthy, resilient and responsible learners. As wellbeing is essential for academic and social development we consider wellbeing is everyone's business and as a school aim to optimise wellbeing by creating a safe supportive and respectful learning environment. We believe students play a powerful role in the contributing, developing and maintaining wellbeing for all students, staff, families and the broader community.

 Specifically we support student wellbeing at FHS by:

 Delivery of Life Long Learning (LLL) lessons each term, across the whole school

  • Creating a drop in centre for students to regulate, solve problems and seek advice
  • Development of a Professional Learning Community (PLC) approach to support students including Year Level Coordinators, Wellbeing and Engagement Coordinator, Intervention and Support Coordinator and Pastoral Care Worker/SSO Wellbeing.
  • Referring and support with personnel from Department of Education and Child Development (DECD)
  • Overseeing the review of safety and relationships policies
  • Undertake ongoing staff professional development
  • Liaison between staff, students and families