St Peter Apostle Primary School regards Wellbeing as fundamental to successful learning. Children and young people who are happy, confident and able to establish meaningful relationships are better placed to achieve positive learning outcomes. The Catholic school environment must provide a safe and effective environment that contributes to positive learning outcomes and the wellbeing of students, staff and the broader community.
The Wellbeing team at St Peter’s oversees the provision of Social and Emotional Learning, Prevention and Intervention programs, Student, Parent and Teacher Codes of Conduct, catering for students with Diverse Learning Needs, Learning Support Officers, Speech and Language Programs, Psychology Assessment and Counselling, ChildSafety, Students with Disabilities funding and referrals to the Catholic Education Office. It also provides support to parents and students and liaises with outside agencies.