At Heritage College, we believe that all children have the right to attend school in a safe and caring environment where their spiritual, mental, physical and emotional wellbeing is a priority.
The Heritage College Wellbeing Team stem into two categories: Chaplaincy and Student Wellbeing.
The Student Wellbeing Team provides youth support and pastoral care services (not counselling, however, referrals are made to counselling services).
This is a free service for all Heritage College students.
If you would like to make an appointment to see the Wellbeing Team, please contact Reception.
At Heritage College, students are encouraged to apply for positions of leadership. Positions of leadership include:
Heritage College encourages leadership throughout the informal processes of everyday classroom life. In every class, students are encouraged to show Christian leadership and be positive role models and examples for others in the class.
Outside the classroom, there is the need to be a leader whilst on the playground and interacting with other students in the college. Leaders will do the right thing, at the right time, to help and guide others.
Students at Heritage College are encouraged to become leaders in their classrooms, in the courtyard, at assemblies and events, as school captains, in the student council and consequently, in the community.
Heritage College is a learning and loving community, working together to develop excellent, respectful, resilient, service-minded citizens who own their learning and have a flourishing relationship with God.
The Heritage College community works together through parent, student and staff surveys to agree on four values that undergird all student activity in the college. Students are expected to develop and exhibit these values to others: excellence, resilience, respect and service.
The Positive Behaviour For Learning (PB4L) Policy at Heritage College seeks to embrace all sections of the community through a structured system of behavioural expectations and outcomes.