Our Reception to Year 12 WRAP program explicitly teaches social and emotional wellbeing. It has a solid focus on teaching personal and social capabilities, safety, social skills, empathy and building respectful relationships with others. WRAP covers complex topics in an age-appropriate way through weekly lessons.
Our program is enriched by a strong research base about the developmental needs of young women. Parent sessions and resources support families to reinforce this learning at home.
- WRAP happens weekly on Wednesday afternoons from Reception to Year 12.
- WRAP is designed to meet the needs of girls and young women in a complex and changing world.
- WRAP is evidence informed, using data from our students to review and shape the program.
- WRAP is shaped by research. Firstly, about the skills young women need to navigate their world. Secondly, by contemporary wellbeing literature.
- WRAP nurtures and develops social and emotional wellbeing.
- WRAP strengthens our student’s capacity for learning in all areas.
- WRAP develops the social and emotional learning competencies: self-awareness, social awareness, self-management, relationship skills, responsible decision making
- WRAP explicitly teaches skills such as personal safety, empathy, cyber safety, setting personal boundaries and building respectful relationships with others.
- WRAP incorporates the explicit teaching of the Child Protection Curriculum along with diverse, age appropriate Social-Emotional Learning Programs.
- WRAP is delivered through a collaborative approach utilising industry experts, professional guest speakers, and the expertise of our wellbeing team.