Ingleburn High School

Your School, Your Future

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"The flower that blooms in adversity is the most rare and beautiful of all." - The Emperor (Mulan)

"Don't just fly, soar." - Dumbo (Dumbo)

"Oh yes, the past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it or learn from it" - Rafiki (The Lion King)


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.


  • Develop and integrate a holistic wellbeing curriculum that addresses physical, mental, emotional, and social aspects of health for students.
  • Cultivate a supportive and inclusive school culture where every student feels valued, respected, and safe.
  • Expand and enhance access to wellbeing support services, including counselling, health education, and crisis intervention, for students, families, and staff.

 Courses Offered

Stage 4: (Year 7 & 8)

   •   Feeling Fantastic

   •   Celebrating Unique You

   •   Blissful Prescence

   •   Keep it Chill

Stage 5: (Year 9 & 10)

   •   Feeling Fantastic

   •   Celebrating Unique You

   •   In League In Harmony

   •   Keep it Chill

Stage 6: (Year 11 & 12)

   •   LoveBites

   •   Uturn the Wheel

   •   Fast Forward


Feeling Fantastic

This new course aims at helping adolescents understand their feelings and emotions such as anxiety and depression and learn how to express these emotions in healthy ways as opposed to internalizing them. Other emotions such as fear, frustration, anxiety, embarrassment and feelings of depression can be the primary emotion and without this understanding and knowing how to vent these emotions in healthy ways, they can turn volatile.

Celebrating the Unique You

The Celebrating the unique you program is designed to support students struggling with self-esteem issues, feelings of not fitting in and identity issues. Its purpose is to provide guidance on distinguishing healthy from unhealthy coping mechanisms. The program aims to boost students’ self-esteem, foster a positive self-image and assist them with the challenges of identity and belonging.

In League in Harmony

With a focus on respect, responsibility and inclusiveness, the NRL's In League in Harmony (ILIH) program aims to promote social cohesion by addressing issues such as social disengagement, racism, gender inequality and bullying; empowering youth to be agents of change for a more cohesive society.

Love Bites

To provide a safe environment in which young people can talk about Relationship Violence, and Sex and Relationships. To promote and model respectful relationships for young people. To raise awareness about Relationship Violence – its prevalence and forms.

Keep it chilled (Rage)

Keep It Chilled (RAGE) is a strength-based solution focused program that is hands on, practical and fun for students. The aim is to support students in dealing with the most misunderstood human emotion, anger. The Session themes are: The Many Faces of Anger, the 4T’s Anger Cycle, Healthy Expressions of Anger, Getting Through the Guilt of Anger, Relaxation, Exercise and Diet, Summary, Evaluation and awards.

Blissful Presence (Emotional Regulation Program)

The Blissful Presence program is designed to equip participants with the skills and techniques necessary to understand, manage, and regulate their emotions effectively. Through a combination of theoretical knowledge, practical exercises, and real-life application, participants will develop greater self-awareness and emotional resilience

 Features & Activities

  • Reknighted
  • Top Blokes
  • The Resilience Project
  • Unstoppable Girls
  • MPower (Stride)
  • Clean Up Australia Day
  • National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence
  • Harmony Day
  • World Sleep Day
  • International Women’s Day
  • Autism Awareness Month
  • World’s Greatest Shave
  • Refugee Week/Ration Challenge
  • National Sorry Day
  • Reconciliation Week
  • NAIDOC Week
  • Pride Month
  • World Wellbeing Week
  • National Tree Planting Day
  • Education Week
  • Wear It Purple Day
  • R U OK DAY
  • Indigenous Literacy Day
  • Mental Health Month
  • Movember
  • Remembrance Day
  • World Kindness Day
  • International Men’s Day
  • National Bullying Prevention Week


Acting Head Teacher Wellbeing  

    Mr David Nicotra

2IC Wellbeing

    Mr A. Kramer

Student Support Officer (SSO)

    Ms J. Stone

    Ms M. Andronicou

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

School Counselling Service  

    Mr Thai Tran 

    Ms Michelle Christopher

Pasifika Coordinators

    Ms E. Talbot

Anti-Racism Contact Officer (ARCO)

     Ms C. Hartley