Educational Program - Student Wellbeing
Staff, parents and students work together to provide a safe, caring and supportive learning environment where all students have the right to achieve their best and teachers have the right to teach; the school nurtures and guides students to respect learning, to have compassion for others and to work to achieve their best.
Seaview High School’s Behaviour Management procedures are consistent with the Department for Education's Discipline Policy. Our procedures, actions and interactions are guided by our values: Respect, Empathy, Resilience and Integrity.
A Student code of conduct places significant emphasis on the development and recognition of positive behaviours. Classroom agreements are developed between teachers and students, which include explicit behavioural expectations and negotiated consequences. Restorative Processes are a key strategy used to guide and develop positive behaviour. Harassment Grievance procedures are linked to the Behaviour Management Processes.
A Wellbeing for Learning & Life (WFLL) team; comprising of the Assistant Principal - Wellbeing, Student Counsellor, Special Needs and Student Counsellor, Youth Worker and Year Level Managers works collaboratively to provide support to staff in their work with students.
An Aboriginal Education Teacher, Aboriginal Secondary Education Worker and Student Mentor provide further support. The WFLL team liaises with staff, families and outside agencies.