Student Wellbeing at St Patrick's

Wellbeing is fundamental to successful learning. Wellbeing is “feeling good” about myself, my relationships as well as my sense of meaning, purpose and growth. It is a state of positive emotional and social functioning. Students who are happy, confident, and able to establish meaningful relationships are better placed to achieve positive learning outcomes.


St. Patrick’s aims to work as a team with parents and families to assist students in the area of social or emotional development. A counsellor is available on site to provide individual counselling to students when needed. A Speech Therapist and Occupational Therapist are available to work with children, parents and teachers to develop specific learning support programs.