What is wellbeing?
Rosebud Secondary College has a wellbeing team that consists of a full time wellbeing leader, a part time counsellor, a chaplain and a secondary school nurse. We have strong partnerships with the local health network and we offer a range of services.
Central to Rosebud Secondary College’s purpose is to provide ‘a safe and respectful environment’ that is conducive to learning and encourages in our students ‘self awareness, resilience and personal best’. At our College, all health and wellbeing curriculum and practices are founded on BASE. This stands for: Be Active Sleep Eat, which form the four pillars of good health and wellbeing.
Students learn about BASE throughout Year 7 and 8 Health and Personal Development, Year 9 Learning 4 Living and the Year 10 Health curriculum. Students are also offered opportunities to deepen their understanding of health and wellbeing in VCE and VCAL subjects in the Senior School.
Students explore different themes within BASE through year-level and whole-school activities such as Harmony Day and Mindfulness sessions as well as all programs and services offered by our Wellbeing Team.