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Child friendly complaints

Child Friendly Complaints Process

Lance Holt School has a long-held belief in the importance of listening to children’s voices. This belief has been reflected in practices such as the school parliament in the 1970’s, through traditions such as morning meeting, writing letters and meeting with the Mayor of Fremantle, to being involved in initiatives such as the recent ‘Speaking Out’ survey in conjunction with the Commissioner for children and young people to share their experiences and views on a wide range of issues.

This year – as part of our review of our Child Protection Policy “Children’s Right to be Safe” and our commitment to adopting the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations, our staff have worked with children across the school to create age-appropriate children’s complaint processes.

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Virtual School Tour

Graduation 2019

Graduation

Our end of year Graduation Evening is a unique celebration for our students where family and friends of Lance Holt School community come together. We farewell each individual Year 6 student and honour their journey throughout their primary school years at Lance Holt school. It is a very touching evening with each individual graduate speaking […]

Open Morning

Please join us on Saturday 31 August 2019 from 10 am to 12 noon for our school Open Morning.

Lance Holt School leads the way in Positive Education, building a school culture with strong social and emotional learning programs and practice. Lance Holt School has a long-standing history of partnering with parents and the wider community to deliver an educational approach that supports the whole child, focuses on wellbeing and nurtures a love of learning.

Positive Education fosters traditional academic skills and supports happiness and wellbeing. Positive Education could also be thought of as a ‘wellbeing curriculum’ that can explicitly teach skills to students to build positive emotions and use their character strengths. Research has shown that high levels of student wellbeing lead to better academic performance. The benefits are immediately apparent when you meet Lance Holt students.  Teachers, parents, grandparents and community members regularly comment on how confident, kind and articulate Lance Holt children are.  They are capable negotiators and are comfortable communicating with community members, adults and young children.

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Mindfulness

By Kathryn Netherwood, School Coordinator

What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is paying attention to the present moment with openness, curiosity and without judgement.

Why use Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a tool that can be used to promote wellbeing.

The Science of Mindfulness

Professor Felicia Huppert, Director of the Well-Being Institute at the University of Cambridge and Emeritus Professor of Psychology speaks on Mindfulness.

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