Mental Health & Wellbeing

The Junior and Senior School is committed to promoting and supporting the mental health and wellbeing of our whole school community and recognise that students’ and the staff’s mental health and emotional wellbeing are equally as important as their physical wellbeing. Thus, we work closely with students, teachers, parents and carers to ensure that our everyone’s needs are being met.

At our school, counselling services are provided by two licensed school psychologists on both sites. Below you can find the ‘School Counsellor Guidelines’ for further information.

You can also find more about our school policies which are related to mental health and well-being on our dedicated page School Policies and Reports. Our policies offer our school community a framework to work within in order to ensure that best practises are used and steps are taken towards promoting and meeting our students’ best interests.

You may find below a list of mental health and well-being related policies:

  • Academic Integrity Policy
  • Anti-Bullying Policy
  • Assessment Recording and Reporting Policy
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing policy
  • Self-Harm Policy
  • Substance misuse policy
  • Suicide prevention policy