Every child has unique qualities and at Turramurra High School we recognise each student as an individual.
All our programs address the social and emotional wellbeing of young people so as to provide them with a framework to work with beyond the school environment.
Entry into Turramurra High School in year 7 is eased by our peer support and re-imagining year 7 program. Other age and stage programs tackle common issues such as gender identity, respectful relationships, self worth, bullying and peer pressure. Leadership opportunities in the senior school enable students to build on their strengths and improve their confidence.
The staff at Turramurra High School care for each individual student and recognise that what works for one child does not necessarily work for another – a flexible and caring attitude enables us the bring out the very best in each child.
Whilst it is common for young people to experience various types of emotional stress as they grow up, ongoing stress can lead to early indicators of a more complex mental health concern. Therefore early support is encouraged. This website is designed to offer access to information and resources related to mental health and wellbeing.
Exercise and connection and community are important protective factors in maintaining good emotional and physical health and therefore we have included information about local youth groups and fitness facilities.
Inclusion in this website should not be seen as an endorsement of any kind, and we encourage you and your family to contact your local GP for any mental health assessment in order to make a care plan that is tailored specifically to your needs.
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