Student wellbeing is the responsibility of the whole school community. A well organised and managed student wellbeing and discipline policy that is comprehensive and has the support and commitment of staff, parents, students and the community will create an environment in which effective teaching and learning can take place and a climate in which all students can experience a sense of identity, security, purpose, achievement and support.
The Kingscliff High School’s Student Wellbeing and Discipline Policy fosters engagement in learning, sets clear limits, recognises appropriate behaviour and applies consequences for inappropriate behaviour. The Policy reflects our school’s values and is written in accordance with the Core Rules for students in NSW government schools.
This policy outlines a system of relationships, rules and recognitions designed to develop self-discipline within students. School wellbeing initiatives and disciplinary procedures play an important role in guiding students through adolescence towards responsible adulthood. Staff, parents and students must accept the balance
Inspiring students to become lifelong learners and aspirational citizens