Wellbeing is a key strategic priority for us and is seamlessly embedded into all aspects of school life. With the belief that the whole child is the whole point, our students are inspired and encouraged to believe in themselves and become self-directed lifelong learners. We support them to succeed and flourish as well rounded and contributing members of society.
A scaffolded and cohesive wellbeing framework helps us provide holistic support to our community. By incorporating positive, experiential and interactive methods in our pedagogy, our students, teachers and parents have been equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to prioritise and address wellbeing during challenging times and be productive in all spheres of life.
Framework for Student Wellbeing
How we promote wellbeing at TBS
Foster a friendly, respectful and inclusive environment
A comprehensive wellbeing and robust PSHE programme
Explicitly teach social and emotional learning skills
High but achievable expectations for student learning and behaviour
Promote positive and supportive teacher-student relationships
Use positive approaches to manage student behaviour
Notice and intervene when students experience problems related to learning or wellbeing
Targeted support for students identified with additional needs
Regularly conduct mindfulness and wellbeing sessions
Provide opportunities for student participation and leadership
Work collaboratively with parents and empower them with the skills needed for positive parenting