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Student Wellbeing

Yarraman Oaks Primary School Noble Park

At our school, we have the following in place to support the health and well being of our students:


Wellbeing Coordinator- We have a Well-being Coordinator on site to assist students and families.


Breakfast Club- Children can enjoy a free breakfast at our on-site school Breakfast Club on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.


Lunch Time Clubs- Environment Club, Bike and Scooter Club, Board Game Club, Art Club.


Peer Mediation- Our senior students are trained as Peer Mediators. Peer Mediators wear a special orange vest and are rostered on during recess and lunch times. Peer Mediators help other students to find a way of solving problems in the playground and also help students to find friends to play with.


Restorative Practices- Restorative Practices are used to deal with issues between students and to repair and build relationships. These sessions are led by teachers.


Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships (RRRR)

We use the The Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships (RRRR) program to teach our learners about Social and Emotional Learning. The RRRR program learning materials cover eight topics of Social and Emotional Learning: Emotional Literacy; Personal Strengths; Positive Coping; Problem Solving; Stress Management; Help Seeking; Gender and Identity; and Positive Gender Relationships.

Student Voice & Agency

Student Voice & Agency

Student Voice and Student Agency is very strong at Yarraman Oaks. All students have personal learning goals and are given choice in how they present their learning to others. Students at all levels are given opportunities to give feedback to their teachers and peers and encouraged to self-reflect.

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