Mental Health Programs Throughout the School
CLASSROOM HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS
Teachers use the Western Australian Curriculum to guide Health lessons centered around self-care, self-esteem and self-awareness. Students are also involved in personalised classroom practices that promote and teach positive well-being.
Woodvale has a whole school approach to assisting students to develop personal connections with students in other year levels. Students participate in activities and celebrations together with their buddies.
Protective Behaviours is a unit of work being taught across the entire school, helping students to identify their feelings, recognise unsafe feelings and develop the skills necessary to act in these situations.
A whole school approach to ‘Zones of Regulation’ is a positive, student generated behaviour system, which develops better social, emotional and academic outcomes for students.
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