Wellbeing Structure and Teams

Primary School

Primary School Vice Principal (Student Wellbeing)

  • Wellbeing team leader
  • Oversees meetings with all constituents
  • In consultation with the Principal, approves Individual Education Plans (IEP)
  • Involves Principal when necessary

Grade Level Coordinators and Classroom / Specialist Teachers

  • Primary point-of-contact for parents
  • Reinforce day-to-day procedures
  • Integrate PSE programme
  • Promote healthy life choices
  • Attend wellbeing team meetings as invited

Primary School Nurse

  • Day-to-day medical care
  • Provides support for related PSE programme issues
  • Attends wellbeing team meetings as invited
  • Liaison with external agencies

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Secondary School

Secondary School Vice Principal (Wellbeing)

  • Wellbeing team leader
  • Oversees regular meetings with all constituents
  • Oversees all student information systems
  • Allocates team resources
  • Approves Individual Learning Plans (ILP)
  • Involves Principal when necessary

Counseling Services

  • One-to-one and group counseling available for students
  • Institutes Individual Learning Plans where necessary
  • Provides therapeutic service
  • Addresses emotional/social/psychological/behavioural issues
  • Liaises with child protection agencies
  • Supported by external services

Heads of Grade and Homeroom Team

  • Daily homeroom meetings with students, reinforcing day-to-day procedures
  • Homeroom teachers is primary point-of-contact for parents
  • Integrated into PSE program
  • Supports academic needs
  • Promotes healthy life-choices
  • Each Head of Grade attends relevant Wellbeing team meetings

Secondary School Nurse

  • Day-to-day medical care
  • Provides support for related PSE program issues
  • Attends Wellbeing team meetings
  • Promotes healthy life choices
  • Coordinates all Individual Health Plans
  • Liaises with external agencies

Personal and Social Education Team

  • Proactive PSE program available for students
  • Provides additional mentoring support where necessary
  • Non-therapeutic
  • Supports students’ academic needs
  • Supports students’ emotional and social needs
  • Supports IB curricular objectives
  • Promotes healthy life choices
  • Supported by external services