The Learning Curve program allows students to engage in meaningful activities in years 7-12 to help improve mental health, strengthen relationships, build good physical wellbeing habits and develop strong study skills. This program is unique as it develops students’ abilities as they navigate the year to year changes of secondary school life so that students can grow as they experience new challenges.
Pastoral programs incorporate the Learning Curve program, physical health, mental health and the development of good relationships. Students have the opportunity to participate in morning homeroom activities (mindfulness, movement, character strengths, gratitude and good learning habits), wellbeing days and incursions such as Brainstorm and e-Safety Commission seminars. Every student has the ability to develop the whole self under the guidance of the homeroom teachers and Wellbeing Leaders.