Ingleburn High School

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“Every one of us needs to show how much we care for each other and, in the process, care for ourselves.” - Princess Diana

“If you have good thoughts, they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely!” - Roald Dahl

“Promise me you’ll always remember: you’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.” - Christopher Robin


Ingleburn High School emphasises a holistic and whole school approach to supporting student wellbeing. 

At Ingleburn High School the Wellbeing Team, in collaboration with both teaching and non-teaching staff are committed to providing opportunities for growth and positive learning experiences. We work as a team to deliver targeted, stage and whole school wellbeing initiatives and programs developed to enhance the social and emotional, mental, cognitive, physical and spiritual wellbeing of the students who attend our school.

 Courses Offered

Wellbeing Lessons 
Stage 4 & 5: (Years 7-10)

Wellbeing lessons incorporate the elements of the social and emotional learning framework, wellbeing framework and Ingleburn High School student dispositions. 

The themes of Wellbeing lessons include resilience, empathy, social responsibility, social and emotional awareness, social and emotional regulation, critical and creative thinking, and curiosity. 

Lessons are personalised and tailored to the wellbeing needs of students in each year group based on Tell Them From Me student data each year.

 Features & Activities

Stage 4: (Years 7 & 8)

    •   Transition Activities

    •   Peer Support Activities

    •   Wellbeing Day/Report Reflections

Stage 5: (Years 9 & 10)

    •   Fast Forward

    •   Peer Support Leader Training

    •   Wellbeing Day/Report Reflections

    •   Creating Chances

Stage 6 (Years 11 & 12)

    •   U Turn The Wheel

    •   Fast Forward

    •   Wellbeing Day/Report Reflections


Whole School Events

Term 1

    •   Harmony Week

Term 2

       Inclusivity and Kindness Week

    •   Reconciliation Week

Term 3

    •   NAIDOC Week

    •   R U OK DAY

    •   Mental Health Awareness Activities

Term 4

    •   National Bullying Prevention Week


Aboriginal Education

    •   NAIDOC week


    •   Reconciliation week

    •   Mentoring

    •   Opportunity Hub

    •   Pathways to Dreaming



Prefect and Student Representative Voice

    •   Peer Support 

    •   Peer Mediation

    •   Student Wellbeing Action Group (SWAG)


Boys Supervisor and Girls Supervisors

    •   Breakfast Club

    •   Walk the Talk

    •   Targeted workshops

    •   Vaccinations 


Head Teacher Wellbeing  

    Mrs Jessica Zezovski

2IC Wellbeing

    Mr D. Nicotra


Year Advisory Team  

    Year 7 – Mr A. Barwell

    Year 8  – Mr D. Nicotra and Mrs R. Alaouie

    Year 9 – Ms C. Hartley and Ms M. Wright 

    Year 10 – Mrs A. Kurien and Miss E. Talbot 

    Year 11 – Mrs S. Bears and Mr T. Tomeski 

    Year 12 – Ms N. Wu and Mr A. Kramer 



    Ms J. Stone


Aboriginal Education Coordinators  

    Mrs S. Bears and Mr V. Frangipane

Aboriginal Student Learning and Support Officer  

    Ms N. Amalfi


Prefect/ Peer Support/Student Representative Voice Coordinator

    Mrs M. Mastrovasilli


Boys Supervisor and Girls Supervisors  

    Mr A. Kramer and Ms M. Chuna


School Counselling Service  

    Mr Thai Tran 

    Ms Danielle Willis


Pasifika Coordinators

    Ms E. Talbot and Ms A. Perrignon


Anti-Racism Contact Officer (ARCO)

     Ms R. Alaouie and Mr A. Kramer


Senior Executive  

    Ms Catherine Argyle (Principal)

    Mr Scott Belgre (Deputy Principal 8, 10 and 12)

    Mrs Stella Kralinger (Deputy Principal 7, 9 and 11)

 Additional Resources

Wellbeing Hub:

The Wellbeing Hub is a space at Ingleburn High School that provides students with a safe environment to support their social and emotional wellbeing. The Wellbeing Hub space has a variety of sensory objects and puzzles, weighted toys, beanbags, mindfulness activities and iPads for students to utilise during timeout. The Wellbeing Hub is located next to the Wellbeing Staffroom, at the top level of the library.

Wellbeing Hub Link


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