The Wellbeing Program

Studies have shown that healthy relationships lead to a life well-lived.

Our School’s offer is created with the well-being of our community of students, families, and staff in mind. All our members of staff receive ongoing support and learning development opportunities.

Wholelife Wellbeing

YOU ARE A WHOLE PERSON, LIVING A WHOLE LIFE! Discover seven essential elements of your well-being: environment, abundance, body, heart, contribution, mind, and spirit. Proactively recharge each of these elements with the power of character strengths to sustainably boost your energy and effectiveness. Learn ways to flourish and thrive at work, at school, in relationships, and in life. In this book, the science of positive psychology meets timeless wisdom, empowering you with transformative tools to enhance your well-being, and the well-being of those around you!

Student Wellbeing

Each member has access to the support of our team of Wellbeing Coaches and External Consultants to help them thrive. As first recipients of our Wellbeing program, our teachers and mentors are then well-prepared to support each student’s emotional needs.

Starting from the admissions step, we take the wellbeing of young adults very seriously and provide them with the support they need throughout the entire process. Our Induction program helps students feel welcomed, safe and seen through individual and group sessions. We care about helping students develop healthy relationships with their teachers and their peers and organise group/class circles to prevent issues or repair harm, as needed.

Find out more about what we do to protect the wellbeing of our students by reading the safeguarding policy

Once students embark on their educational journey, we support them through the following actions:

Regular feedback from subject teachers and academic support

Leadership and Personal Development Lessons

Student-led Societies and Clubs

Peer and adult mentoring

Career counselling

Wellbeing workshops

The Wellbeing of Families

One of our core beliefs is that when adults are well, children are also well. As such, we emphasize the well-being of families and support them in nurturing healthy relationships with their children.

Just like students, we offer support to the families in our community starting from the admissions process. We plan 1:1 Family meetings starting from Admissions and continue throughout their journey with us. The Induction process helps families create healthy relationships with our staff and the other caregivers from Day 1.

Throughout the year, we offer caregivers support through:

Student-led Conferences

Annual Conferences

7 Habits of Highly Effective Families

Family learning workshops and training

Recommended reading

The Wellbeing of our Teachers and members of Staff

We are deeply committed to offering support to the teachers and members of staff in our community. We believe that teaching is a calling and that working for the benefit of young adults is a remarkable quality. At the same time, we cherish, encourage and support the adults in our community who work on their personal and professional development to best support students.

Our team is continuously developing, and we see the value of synergy as a way to accomplish growth. Each member of our staff is on their journey as a human, parent, partner and everything in between, and our goal is to offer them the support they need to thrive in all aspects of their life. 

We offer our teachers and staff support through:

On-boarding and Induction days and process

Professional Mentorship Program for new teachers

Professional development

Recommended Reading

1:1 Support from Level Leader

Lesson Observation and feedback

1:1 or group support