It is delivered by skilled teachers assisting students to reach their full potential - academically - socially - morally - emotionally using the resources available to the school. Welfare is embedded in all that we do
Shaping a Positive Future Our School’s Aim: To create a warm, positive and safe environment where students can learn and socially develop.
Where can I get help? New Year 7 students can get help from: Their House Adviser The Deputy Principal responsible for Year 7 Their Year Coordinator Peer Counsellors & Peer Support Leaders Any Staff Member
The Welfare Team Head Teacher Welfare School Counsellor District Guidance Officer Six ARCO’s Support Teachers Learning ESL Teachers
The Role of the Welfare Team To make your child’s transition to high school as smooth and stress free as possible. To initiate and improve on-going whole school, group and individual programs to assist all students.
Welfare Programs at Quakers Peer Support Merit Programs Year Assemblies Year 7 Camp Student Leadership School Links with outside Agencies House Point System Peer Counsellors
Welfare / Discipline A firm, fair system using levels to warn students about inappropriate and unacceptable behaviour and assist them in rectifying such behaviour. Classroom Teacher Head Teacher Deputy Principal
harassment, bullying, racism and violence are not acceptable and will not be tolerated. At Quakers Hill High School …
Staff are trained to recognise problems Prevention programs are in place Tolerance is encouraged and promoted We are S.M.A.R.T.