The wellbeing of every student matters to us. We are wanting Hillcrest to be a place where all students discover, connect, grow and serve in a safe and supportive environment. There are four aspects of wellbeing linked to our four purpose cornerstones.
Spiritual Wellbeing (Faith), Emotional Wellbeing (Character), Mental and Physical Wellbeing (Learning), and Social Wellbeing (Service).
The Secondary Student Wellbeing Coordinator is Mrs Kerry McCracken. Her key role is to support the teachers in the provision of pastoral care, in following through with families who may have concerns about aspects of their child’s wellbeing, and initiating and overseeing programs that promote wellbeing such ‘MindMatters’ related to promoting good mental health.