The Wellbeing Tree

June 17, 2019 0 comments

Our Interpretation of the Rose Park Wellbeing Model

Written By Emily H (Year 7) and Claudia B (Year 7)

At Rose Park Primary School we strive to help students have a positive attitude towards all of our school values and IB learner profiles, both of which assist us to flourish in our everyday lives.

This model represents our 4 school values, the Positive Education initiatives we have implemented, and the IB Learner profiles. When we combined all three of these elements they help us to have a positive attitude towards others, and most importantly ourselves.

At the root of the tree are our school values (Caring, Honesty, Respect and Courage), because they are at the core of everything we do here at Rose Park PS. Next is the trunk of the tree which represents the wellbeing-based learning we do at school. Finally, we have the leaves which represent our 10 IB Learner Profiles.

This tree is also a great way to demonstrate to students how to become a well balanced learner. As the students grow they start to discover how important it is to make good choices, and to respect and care for others. Overall this tree expresses how Rose Park Primary School helps students to become thoughtful, diligent, knowledgeable communicators that have a positive and effective education.

This tree is significant because it indicates how important it is to have a positive attitude towards others and ourselves. Our school students should look up to this wellbeing model, as a way to demonstrate a positive and caring life.

We would like to thank Alice Pennington from Paliant Design for helping our school wellbeing model come to life with her talented design skills.