Promoting Student and Staff Wellbeing
Lucindale Area School is a learning community promoting student and staff wellbeing and building sustainable relationships which enable all of us to reach our potential. At the heart of the school is a strong sense of community and belonging which fosters a true sense of care, optimism, pride, and individually. A culture of learning, support and acceptance is nurtured so that everyone feels like they are part of the school community. Our school has a Wellbeing Leader along with a Pastoral Care Worker.
Engagement and Wellbeing Framework
The Lucindale Area Sschool Engagement and Wellbeing Framework is underpinned by the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework The Australian Student Wellbeing Framework – Department of Education, Australian Government and the South Australian Department of Education Wellbeing for Learning and Life Framework Wellbeing for Learning and Life framework (education.sa.gov.au). Four interconnected elements of relationship, social responsibility, identity and learner agency provide the foundation for enhanced student wellbeing and learning outcomes.
At Lucindale Area School, we believe that being proactive about supporting and promoting wellbeing in our students is vital in today’s world and the world of the future. Life has its ups and downs. Students who are socially and emotionally competent are better able to navigate through these times with a positive attitude and optimism.
Learning and wellbeing are closely linked. Children and young people with good wellbeing are more engaged and successful learners.
When we partner closely with families and the community, we are best positioned to support children’s wellbeing. Your thoughts, perspectives, and feedback are always welcome, and we encourage you to get in touch with us if you’d like to talk about our wellbeing priorities.
The One Plan is an online personalised learning plan that contains information to support your child’s inclusion and achievement in school.
It is a working document that is reviewed and updated throughout the year.
Your child’s One Plan is developed in partnership with families, the child school staff and other relevant personnel.
The One Plan replaces the range of different education / learning pans and bring them together in one online document.
Resources for Students and Families
Parents who have concerns regarding their children can contact the Front Office on 8766 2084.
Links to useful resources have been provided below: