We have a positive school culture at Camp Hill PS. As well as teaching academic skills, we promote student wellbeing, resilience and positive social attitudes. Through Social and Emotional Learning (SEL), we help students learn the skills they need to build resilience, effectively manage their emotions, learn to better understand themselves and others, and establish and maintain positive relationships.
To ensure our students are provided with the best opportunity to develop social and emotional skills, we use a whole school approach which includes the following programs and approaches:
- Growth mindset
- DET esmart program
- DET Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships program
- Healthy Achievement program
- FUN Friends program
- GROW program (multi age sessions on school values)
- Dogs Connect School Dog program (Polly)
- Bringing Up Great kids program
- Fathering project
- Junior School Council (student voice)
Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships (RRRR) is a Department of Education program used to support students to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills to strengthen their sense of self, and build and manage safe and respectful relationships.
In the primary years, Respectful Relationships focuses on treating everyone with respect and dignity.
The Resilience, Rights & Respectful Relationships resources cover eight topics for each year level.
Topic 1: Emotional Literacy
Topic 2: Personal Strengths
Topic 3: Positive Coping
Topic 4: Problem Solving
Topic 5: Stress Management
Topic 6: Help-Seeking
Topic 7: Gender and Identity
Topic 8: Positive Gender Relations