Cire Community School Wellbeing Centre – Who are we and what do we do?
Student wellbeing is at the heart of all that we do at Cire Community School.
We recognise that growing up in our modern society can bring all sorts of challenges, particularly for teenagers and young adults. We all process things differently and are impacted by any number of issues, for better or worse.
At Cire, we embrace this challenge, supported by a highly qualified team of wellbeing officers who bring a depth of expertise to their roles. We actively create and foster a sense of safety among our students, providing the best possible foundation for learning. Our wellbeing team works with a wide range of partners using recognised best practice frameworks to achieve the best outcomes for our students.
We take a proactive approach, focussed on the individual wellbeing goals of our students and their recognised strengths. We provide a hub for some of Victoria’s leading Community Health specialist services and facilitate the successful engagement of our young people. Clinical supports include Mental Health Services, General Counselling and Trauma Recover and our wellbeing officers are always available when needed.
Further Wellbeing Supports
wellbeing support session every morning
programs targeting disengagement, anxiety and emotional regulation
individual coping assessments and goal setting sessions.
What people have to say about the program
“I’m honoured to be a part of the Cire community. I believe every region should have a school like Cire where disengaged youth can complete their education, learn imperative skills and strategies to live a positive happy life and go on to make a positive impact in their community.”
“Adolescence is a time of significant physical, emotional and psychological growth and navigating through this period is quite challenging for some. Being able to help support students during this period in the school environment is something I really enjoy as it means I can connect with them in a safe environment and work with school staff to provide the best level of care.”