Wellbeing Programs



We have a range of Wellbeing programs to support the needs of all our students:

  • The Resilience Project
  • Seasons for Growth

  • Better Buddies

  • Cybersafety/ESmart

  • Drug Education

  • Health Education
  • Body Safety - Keeping myself safe

  • Be You

  • eSmart
  • Respectful Relationships

  • Wellbeing Team - Psychologists, School Chaplain, Wellbeing & Learning Diversity Leaders
  • Social Groups


The Resilience Project delivers emotionally engaging programs that provides practical, evidence-based mental health strategies to build resilience and happiness in our students.  Our students particpate in weekly Resilience Project lessons, which focus on  three key pillars that have been proven to cultivate positive emotion; 
GratitudeEmpathy and Mindfulness (GEM), with Emotional Literacy being a foundational skill to practise these strategies.


Be You


KidsMatter is now known as Be You a mental health and wellbeing framework for schools that has been proven to make a positive difference in the lives of Australian children.


St Augustine's is now a Be You Learning Community. Be You is a national initiative for educators, aimed at promoting and protecting positive mental health in children and young people. The Be You framework allows educators and services to start at the point which suits them best when supporting students in their mental health and wellbeing.  
The Esmart's program goal is to keep children safe from bullying, cyber bullying and violence. This is done through creating awareness and trying to raise a generation of smart, safe and responsible children who are capable and compassionate – both on and offline. This program helps create responsible digital citizens. 
We also have a very supportive Wellbeing team that comprises of key school members:
- School psychologists
- School Chaplain,
- Wellbeing Leader,
- Diversity Leader, 
- School Nurse and
- The Principal
Together the team collaborates and formulates the best pathway for students.