“At St Andrew’s College our focus is not only academic, sporting and cultural achievement, but also building the character, backbone, and self-respect that will support our Collegians through life’s ups and downs.”
Kerry Larby, Head of Positive Education and Well-being
At St Andrew’s College we not only want our students to flourish in their learning but also to establish a strong foundation for ongoing success in their lives beyond school.
Our teachers understand well-being is central to all we do, and we believe developing character is as important as cultivating intellect. We appreciate that learning is a social, emotional and cognitive process, and it is our focus to inspire and engage the whole child.
Since 2017, St Andrew’s College has committed to a whole school strategic goal to embrace evidence based research related to well-being and positive psychology. Staff professional development focuses on integrating research related to building positive relationships, promoting emotional intelligence and resilience, enhancing self-efficacy and fostering motivation, engagement and purpose.
A well-being focus is integrated into our curricular, co-curricular and pastoral programmes. Our school culture strongly supports student well-being by valuing the importance of positive relationships and celebrating diversity.
We aspire for our Collegians to be:
To find out more about well-being at St Andrews, read our blog by clicking the image below.