At Narrawong District Primary School we believe wellbeing is of utmost importance. With this in mind, we explicitly teach students to navigate friendships, their feelings (both positive and negative), being connected and grateful and being a productive global citizen.
We are guided by our Student Engagement and Wellbeing Policy
Student Wellbeing and Engagement Policy
Friendology 101 and Friendology Jnr
This curriculum introduces students to skills, language and strategies on how to be a good friend and what to do if your friendships are not positive. Students are empowered to know the difference between what’s normal in a friendship, the difference between healthy and unhealthy friendships and how to stand up for themselves whilst respecting those around them.
This is a school curriculum that empowers and encourages students to increase their sense of self-worth and to maximise their potential contribution to society. It facilitates students to recognise and address relational aggression through systemic change in the social culture.
Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships
Our school also teaches the Department mandated Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships curriculum as well.