Targeted well-being programs support 45 students
More than 45 students have been involved in targeted well-being programs at Woy Woy Public School in the last term, according to assistant principal Ms Michelle Williams.
"Our wellbeing programs have been very successful this Term," she said.
"Through these wellbeing initiatives, students develop self-awareness, self-control, and interpersonal skills that are important for school, work and life outcomes.
"Our wellbeing programs aim to develop understanding and skills to nurture a positive sense of self, promote respectful relationships and build capacity to manage emotions, behaviours and interactions with others."
Parents interested in a well-being program for their children should contact their classroom teacher or Ms Williams.
Newsletter, 31 Mar 2021
Michelle Williams, Woy Woy Public School