Effectively mobilise available resources to support students' wellbeing and mental health, especially the most vulnerable.
WHOLE SCHOOL LEVEL
• Establish a whole school approach to physical/social/ emotional/cultural wellbeing • Plan how whole school professional learning on chosen areas will be implemented and revisited throughout the year• Embed a tiered social regulation / engagement model -Schoolwide Positive Behaviour Support (SWPBS) framework• Establish student focus groups to promote student voice and seek feedback on the promotion of wellbeing and positive mental health • Support students to re-engage through the arts, including music, dance, drama and visual arts• Embed bullying prevention-Bullying No Way and e-Smart cyber safety programs • Develop consistent format and structure for implementing and monitoring Individual Education Plans (IEP)
CLASSROOM LEVEL• Implement a wellbeing program across all classrooms• Implement classroom interventions in mentoring, cognitive skills, behavioural skills or exercise and relaxation• Build staff capacity to notice and respond to signs of student distress and emerging mental illness through professional development • Build staff capacity to collect, analyse and respond to student wellbeing data• Strengthen in-class relationships through peer and group learning activities• Conduct regular check-ins/conferencing with students in homegroup pastoral care programs • Continue to embed student Peer Mediation and Student Leadership training• Continue to embed the Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships curriculum
INDIVIDUAL OR SMALL GROUP LEVEL• Students with emerging or acute wellbeing needs identified and referred appropriately• Target counselling for individual students with acute mental health needs • Students with emerging or acute wellbeing needs are supported via a range supports and adjustments that they participate in developing (via a Student Support Group)• Organise opportunities for at-risk students to participate in a range of Tier 2 interventions and programs as appropriate • Build relationships and engage with families of at-risk students• Develop a plan for increasing the engagement of any parents/carers or community groups