Student Wellbeing

The basis for student safety and well being starts in the home and parents are the primary educators. In the school, it is the teacher’s primary role to teach and encourage learning which supports, and is supported, by the parent. Parental support is essential in ensuring the good behaviour of their child.

CARE Values

Our school operation is underpinned by Kyilla Primary School’s shared CARE values:

Cooperate

The school community cooperating and collaborating to create purposeful classroom environments. We will collaborate to maximise learning.

Achieve

We will provide the opportunity for all to reach their potential in all areas of development. We will be motivated to always try our hardest and do our best work.

Respect

We will respect individual differences. We will teach children self respect and respect for peers, teachers, the environment and wider community.

Engage

We will actively participate in all learning opportunities.

Student Wellbeing Plan

Information in the Student Wellbeing Plan includes:

  • Our Values
  • Technology Use
  • Behaviour Management
  • Playground Organisation and Rules
  • Managing Unacceptable Behaviour
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Support Agencies
  • Procedures for preventing and responding to bullying

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