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The House Wellbeing Curriculum

News

25 February 2021

The House Wellbeing Curriculum

The House Wellbeing Curriculum

As part of the restructuring of the Head of House role a stronger curriculum focus now exists for our students as they travel through Middle School and transition into the Senior School. This program has been designed by the Heads of House, in conjunction with the Director of Student Wellbeing, is evidence based using external and internal data to inform the curriculum content. 

For Year 8 the focus is on ‘Belonging and Connection’. This is a time of challenge and change for students as they continue to develop physically and psychologically, peer groups change, and academic challenges are faced as the progress to a secondary learning environment. School connectedness and resilience are key areas where we can continue to create and enhance the protective factors for the wellbeing of our students.

The Year 9 students are our leaders of the Middle School and the focus here is on ‘Empowerment’ as the key stepping-stone to independence. Students are preparing to move into the Senior School where they need to make their own decisions about the pathway they are going to take and how they choose to travel along it. We want our students to feel they have agency over their journey and the power to make change and drive culture in their lives and the lives of those around them. 

When we know who we are, we know what we can give. The Year 10 Wellbeing Curriculum has a strong focus on service to self and others. Through care for their own wellbeing students then start to look externally at how they can enhance the wellbeing of others through service. We aim to develop students who are service minded, who feel empowered to take action not only for their benefit but the benefit of those around them.

Each step through the Wellbeing Curriculum is carefully planned and consideration is given to how they connect with each of the year groups. In this way the students have an incredible sense of being, ‘Known, Nurtured, Valued and Challenged’.

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Georgia Bradford
Head of Campbell House