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Latest School News:

Upcoming School Events:

Changes to Senior Assessment and Tertiary Entrance

Date: March 27, 2017

The Queensland Government is introducing new senior curriculum and assessment for the Queensland Certificate of Education. Work is underway to

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Queensland Women’s Week 2017

Date: March 6, 2017

As a leader in educating girls and empowering them to be the best they can be, Stuartholme School is proud

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Strategies to help achieve better academic success

Date: March 3, 2017

As students enter the busy period of assessments, it is important to remember that the ULTIMATE goal of achieving excellence in

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Stuartholme extends students with University programs

Date: February 10, 2017

Stuartholme School delivers a curriculum that responds effectively to the needs of the individual student, while challenging them to achieve

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HPE curriculum inspires students

Date: February 10, 2017

‘Aspire to inspire life-long health and wellness’, this is the vision of the Stuartholme Health and Physical Education Department. Like

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Holocaust Studies Program

Date: February 10, 2017

During the Christmas holidays (2015/2016), Alexandra Cashin, Leader of Learning – Religious Education was awarded a scholarship to attend the annual

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Telephone +61 7 3369 5466
Absentee Hotline: +61 7 3510 6488
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Office Hours:
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Student Wellbeing

Stuartholme’s Student Wellbeing Program is framed and infused by the Goals of Sacred Heart Education, and permeates every activity and interaction in the School. Together we strive to celebrate successes, support one another through challenges, and create a community that lives out the spirit of Cor Unum – which means 'One Heart'.

All members of staff play specific roles in caring for the girls, and are considered part of the Student Wellbeing team. Each person seeks to model and teach the skills needed to build community and practise clear, direct and open communication.

Supported by the Deputy Principal – Student Wellbeing, several staff have roles dedicated specifically to student wellbeing:

  • Leaders of Student Wellbeing
  • Teacher Mentors
  • School Counsellors
  • Careers Counsellor

The Student Wellbeing staff work closely with teachers in each Year group to monitor the academic care of the girls in their cohort.

Structure

The Student Wellbeing structure is made up of six groups per Year level, with between 13 and 24 students in each group. These groups are categorised by Houses; each named after influential Religious of the Sacred Heart. Year 12 Teacher Mentors take on the responsibility of working with the Year 12 students to lead their Houses and oversee House activities.

Program

The Student Wellbeing Program covers a variety of age-appropriate topics for each student cohort. Relevant content around the areas of resilience, time management, mindfulness, career guidance and personal and online safety are integrated into the program.

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