The Well-being Working group is a sub-committee of the CCPS P&C.
Our current members come from the parent school community, teaching staff at CCPS and a professional counsellor trained in resilience programs for children.
Our purpose is to support the school and engage the community in matters involving well-being. We have the support of the CCPS principal, school executives, staff and the P&C.
The well-being of students and staff at CCPS is critical to maintain an engaging and successful learning environment for all.
‘Well-being’ encompasses many elements (cognitive, emotional, social, physical and mindfulness) and focuses on positive outcomes.
The intent of a Well-being Forum is to assist the school in informing our community about the school’s well-being policies and practices, answer general questions and engage attendees in a constructive discussion about the school’s plans on this priority. Current aspects include: managing positive friendships, resilience, being safe, being respectful and responsible.
The Well-being Forum is not a place to raise personal concerns; these should always be addressed in private discussions.
To enable our children to be happy, healthy, engaged and successful students.
To enhance a cooperative partnership between home and school in developing student well-being.
To address well-being in all forms to the benefit of staff, parents and most importantly, the children.
Our next meeting is Thurs 28th March, 7.30pm in The Shell; The Wellbeing Forum
A Well-being Forum will run each term, starting in term 1 2018. The focus for each forum can change, allowing us to build an even stronger partnership and an understanding of how children’s well-being is supported at school. By understanding the language used at school, we can build a consistent approach for children both at school and at home (through curriculum, supplementary programs and support from the school, parents and community).
The Well-being Working Group will collaborate with the school in selecting forum topics, sourcing external experts to attend our forums, be advised of how well-being is measured at school, and celebrate with the whole school community their efforts and successes as our children prosper and thrive.
Please contact Bernice Winoto if you should have any questions or wish to participate.