Well Beings at Caulfield Grammar School
Our Visible Wellbeing approach is designed to ensure that all our endeavours positively impact the confidence, competence and self-efficacy of all learners in our community. As part of our partnership with Professor Lea Waters, participants (including students, staff, parents, and council members) have engaged in professional learning to practically embed the six pathways to supporting well beings at CGS. Coaching and mental health training is provided for staff, and school based strategies are being developed to explicitly link our School values, IB learner profile and signature strengths.
Our continuing efforts to link and align these complex changes in practice to improve curriculum design and learning experiences will always be critical to our success in lifting outcomes for all learners at Caulfield Grammar. Our teachers are passionate about developing student-centred and strategies to help prepare all our learners for a VUCA world. Our leadership teams will continue to support the teacher-focused practices, so we are consistently modelling our commitment to responding to “Volatility with Vision, Uncertainty with Understanding, Complexity with Clarity, and Ambiguity with Agility” (O’Shea, 2017).