Wellbeing lessons are delivered by both form tutors who focus on equipping pupils with the skills they need to be successful. This collaborative approach encourages pupils to share their views in a safe and supportive environment, with the teachers who know them best. The primary wellbeing programme is supported by projects, societies and CCA programmes, fostering a positive learning climate for our youngest pupils.
As pupils enter secondary school, the goals of supporting pupils’ wellbeing and holistic development do not change. Many of the contents of the primary wellbeing programme progress into secondary with a focus on supporting pupils through the difficulties of adolescence.
As a fundamental part of pastoral and wellbeing, our inclusion team works on building a positive and caring environment for the pupils at Huili Shanghai. Inclusion team provides individual and group counselling and learning support services to the pupils. Based on the pupils’ profiles and strengths, we work closely with teachers to develop an individualized support plan to meet each pupil’s needs. We believe that all pupils, regardless of any challenges they may have, are receiving quality education and that all learners participate and achieve together.