Wellbeing is a frame of mind in which you can realise your own potential, cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully, and be able to make a contribution to your community.
Every Year 12 student participates in wellbeing lessons to develop the healthy behaviours that will enable you to enjoy challenge, build resilience and achieve your ambitions.
These lessons cover a broad range of issues, selected by the student body to meet your needs. They include:
- Growth mind set
- Resilience lab
- Mental health well-being
- Study skills
- Academic research and referencing
- Careers choices
- Healthy relationships
- Economic well-being
- Sports and games
With secure wellbeing developed in Year 12, Year 13 is about preparing for life after school and the lessons taught will focus on securing your dream future. Lessons often involve outside speakers and will help you prepare for independent living.
- Choosing universities and undergraduate courses
- Making competitive applications
- Preparing for interviews
- Student finance
- Higher Apprenticeships
- Living on a budget
- Graduate employment
- Gap years
- Moving away from home and living independently
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