Student Welfare

Rosehill has a supportive environment, with a strong emphasis on student wellbeing and emotional intelligence, relationships and positive behaviours.

Rosehill Secondary College’s Welfare policy is based on the belief that “Students have a right to learn, Teachers have a right to teach.”

The College sees clear links between subject content, teaching styles and the way students behave. Good relationships between staff and students are helped if conflict and misunderstandings are avoided.

Teachers have the right to set class rules which let them teach effectively and students have the right to work in an environment where they can learn.

Students, teachers and parents need to clearly know the rules and the consequences of not following the rules. The rules should be applied consistently.

Teachers should have written classroom management plans and have the right to expect parents’ and the school leadership team’s support when implementing these plans.

The school aims to encourage:
(a) The development of self discipline.
(b) Principles of fairness and honesty.
(c) Respect for the equal rights and opportunities of all people at the College.
(d) Healthy emotional and social development.

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