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Conservatorium High School

Conservatorium High School

Our Patron: Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC KC Governor of New South Wales

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As part of:

“a strategic and planned approach to develop whole school wellbeing processes that support the wellbeing of all students so they can connect, succeed, thrive and learn.” (Public Schools NSW – School Excellence Framework, p3.)

Wellbeing at the Conservatorium High School is implemented, evaluated and revised as part of the school plan’s strategic directions.

Our focus on Wellbeing considers existing school and DoE policies:

As the State’s only specialist music school, we are committed to developing in our students the knowledge, skills, understandings, attitudes, habits, dispositions and mindsets required to become Whole Musicians. We believe making music benefits the community and brings joy. The Whole Musician is creative and productive – and most importantly resilient. Combined with their knowledge of character strengths our students are focused on the belief Be Good, Feel Good and Do Good.

Physical wellbeing is an intrinsic part of a flourishing Whole Musician. We enjoy access to the Botanic Gardens and a number of sporting venues including Cook and Phillip Aquatic Centre, Tarpeian Way, King George Oval, Rushcutters Bay Tennis, Sydney University Sports etc.

Leadership: we believe all students should be equipped with the skills to lead when  they finish school. In their final two years of schooling all students receive Positive Leadership training and are admitted as School Leaders in Year 12 when they have completed their training.

Student Health and Safety

Green Room

Like all NSW public schools, we promote the healthy development of students through:

  • school programs and practices that protect and promote health and safety
  • supporting individual students who need help with health issues
  • providing first aid and temporary care of students who become unwell or who have an accident at school.

Our Green Room has resources that support our view of developing a strong sense of self-care and building resilience.