Student Wellbeing

At St Paul’s we have a whole school approach to teaching students positive social interaction and resilience. We also have shared and well understood Wellbeing goals.
We aim to achieve the following in Student Wellbeing…
  • Provide a safe community for all students
  • Promote students connectedness with peers
  • Establish strategies for prevention and intervention in student health and wellbeing
  • Provide opportunities for student leadership and decision making
  • Promote, implement and support Values Education in our school community.


A range of specific strategies are implemented to support student wellbeing across our school. Some of these are…
  • How are things going? surveys
  • Bounce Back Program
  • Anti Bullying education
  • Cybersafety education
  • Student Feedback system
  • Seasons for Grieving
  • Student Buddy system
  • Better Buddy Program
  • Year 6 Leadership Program
  • Year 6 Transition Program
  • Student Representative Council
  • Healthy School Canteen
A professional counselling service for students is available at St Paul's.

About St Paul's

St Paul’s School was opened in 1928 and until 1993, was operated by the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, whose secondary college for girls’, OLSH, is located across Jasper Road. The main school building was designed as a church, with three classrooms on an upper level, and the building retains many of the original church features.