MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMS PROVIDED THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL
ROCK AND WATER (YEAR 6)
The Rock & Water-program is conducted by a trained facilitator and is aimed at raising self-awareness of personal strengths and abilities. The program uses physical activity to promote resilience and explores how to play, work and live together with others in a changing, multicultural society.
CLASSROOM HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAMS
Teachers use the Western Australian Curriculum to guide Health lessons centered around self-care, self-esteem and self-awareness. Students are also involved in personalised classroom practices that promote and teach positive well-being.
Liwara has a whole school approach to assisting students to develop personal connections with students in other year levels. Students participate in activities and Liturgical celebrations together with their buddies.
Protective Behaviours is a unit of work being taught across the entire school, helping students to identify their feelings, recognise unsafe feelings and develop the skills necessary to act in these situations.
A whole school approach to ‘Levels of Behaviour’ is a positive, student generated behaviour system, which develops better social, emotional and academic outcomes for students.
A room designed to meet the sensory needs of students where required. Sensory tools are available to be used under the guidance of an adult and can be utilised within the classroom where appropriate.