Stuartholme School is thrilled to announce that the school was a finalist in the 2021 Australian Education Award for Best Student Wellbeing Program.
Stuartholme Principal, Kristen Sharpe said that Stuartholme believes it takes a village to raise a child.
At the heart of Stuartholme are the students, who are challenged in a supportive and affirming environment to reach their potential in all areas of development – spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical.
“This achievement recognises a program which is underpinned by the belief that every member of our community plays a vital role in the wellbeing of our students.”
“The unique feature of our program is the equal partnership between parents, students and teachers which is enhanced and supported by forward-thinking initiatives including ‘The Lab’, which works in partnership with parents to develop their capacity to support their daughter’s journey through secondary school.”
“It focuses on the partnership that we have – the student has to play their role, the parents have to play their role and we as teachers have to play our role, but we can’t do it (achieve success) without all of them working in connection,” Ms Sharpe said.
“I would like to thank every member of our school community for their ongoing support of the school and our programs.”