At EJEHS, students are supported in their wellbeing in a number of ways. Students each have a Career Pathways Program teacher to monitor and support their career pathway; providing intervention and parent engagement where necessary. Within the CPP program there are programmed activities and learning that support and educate students about their wellbeing and protective strategies through the delivery of the Child Protection Curriculum.
Students are able to discuss wellbeing concerns with a House Coach or another trusted adult on staff. For further individualised support, they are able to speak to a member of the Wellbeing Team.
An appointment can be made to speak to a member of the Wellbeing team through Student Services (SS) or by approaching their House Coach.
The Student Wellbeing Team also manages The Crib, which is a fun and safe inside environment for students to ‘hang out’ during recess and lunch where they can make toasties, tea, coffee and milo. A microwave is also available for students to heat their own food. Students gather to meet friends, watch DVDs, listen to music, play games and informally chat to a member of the Wellbeing Team. This space is also used for formal supervised study, as well as one on one support with a member of the Wellbeing Team.