The school aims at having personalised wellbeing plans for each student, developed through collaboration between a school representative (e.g., teacher), the student and their parent(s)/guardian. Optimally the plans will be monitored in a similar manner to academic and other curricula school reporting. This quality of the planning process must be maintained via adequate training of relevant staff, parents and students in wellbeing, planning and collaboration. The approaches require an adequate level of wellbeing literacy for all parties for them to succeed. A whole of year level approach is needed as a starting point; however, a whole of school approach is optimal.
The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance in the development of personalised wellbeing plans for students.