building lifelong learners
student wellbeing and pastoral care
Our Junior School has a structure that allows us to implement a quality student wellbeing program in a meaningful context. Junior School classroom teachers will have the primary responsibility for the pastoral care and wellbeing of the students in their class.
The award-winning Bounce Back program is used to support teachers in their efforts to promote positive mental health, wellbeing and resilience for students and build a safe and supportive class and school learning environment.A range of units are embedded in our practice focussing on themes such as; core values, relationships, courage and looking on the bright side.
The Junior School also has a focus on Positive Education. Positive Education is the scientific study of human flourishing, and an applied approach to optimal functioning. It is the study of strengths and values that enable individuals, communities and organisations to thrive.
“Somewhere inside of us is the power to change the world.” Roald Dahl
- English (consisting of Speaking and listening, Spelling, Reading, Writing, Grammar and Punctuation, Imagination and Expression and Reflection)
- Mathematics (consisting of Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, Statistics and Probability)
- History and Geography
- Personal Development and Health
- PE and Sport and Creative Arts (including Music, Choir, Visual Arts, Dance and Drama)
- Languages (French and Japanese)
- Christian Studies
- Physical Education
At Scots All Saints College we have a student-centred approach to educating the whole person. Outside the classroom, a range of exciting opportunities complement our academic program.
Co-curricular opportunities include but are not limited to:
- Highland Dancing
- Speech and Drama
- Public Speaking
- Outdoor Education Camps
- Performing Arts Academy