The NSW Wellbeing Framework informs our practice
Prairiewood High School’s understanding of wellbeing reflects that of the Department of Education (DoE). The DoE Wellbeing Framework acknowledges the strong links between wellbeing and school excellence supports schools to create learning environments that enable students to be healthy, happy, engaged and successful. The DoE commitment to wellbeing is for our schools to support students to connect, succeed and thrive at each stage of their development and learning; to provide opportunities that are age rigorous, meaningful and dignified; to do this in the context of individual and shared responsibility underpinned by productive relationship that support students to learn.
More information please click this link: NSW Wellbeing Framework
Prairiewood High School considers its students' wellbeing and safety as one of our utmost priorities. We aim for the academic success and personal happiness of every student and support each student to reach their potential, achieve the skills to continue effective life-long learning and prepare to take up successfully the role of citizens of the future. To support this aim; we provide a safe, caring and stimulating learning environment; maintain high expectations of work and behaviour; promote self-esteem and celebrate success in all areas.