Marist Sisters’ College has a comprehensive Wellbeing program at the College.
Each Wednesday, Period 3 is dedicated to Wellbeing. Students move through a cycle of:
House System and Tutor Groups
Each student in the College belongs to one of six Houses and a Tutor Group within the House. Tutor Groups are vertically streamed and have students from Year 7 to 12. Tutor Groups are a little family within the College and each student stays with her Tutor Group each year.
Tutors and House Coordinators are the primary contacts for any wellbeing matter facing a student.
House Coordinators case manage more serious matters in conjunction with the Leader of Wellbeing and the College Counsellor.
More information of the Houses can be found on The Houses page.
The Wellbeing Program
In addition to the House system, the College’s Wellbeing Coordinator programs sessions that are more age appropriate. Each House Coordinator oversees a particular year group to facilitate these sessions. Teachers are also allocated to a Year Team to assist with the age appropriate sessions.
The Wellbeing Program includes:
Friendships and Relational Aggression