student wellbeing

The opportunity to gain life skills and have a voice within the school community are important contributors to a student's sense of wellbeing.


Stockdale Road Primary School offers students in Years 3-6 the opportunity to be active members of our school community. Students are nominated by their peers to participate in the following leadership position opportunities.

  • School Captain / Vice Captain

  • Junior School Councillors

  • House Captains

  • Enviro Leaders

  • Library Leaders

  • Play leaders

  • PALS (Peers as Leaders)

  • Transition Leaders


All of these positions are voted on after interested / nominated students present their ideas for action for the following year.

Details of the expectations and responsibilities for each of these leadership positions can be found on the Student Leadership Page.


life education

The Life Education Program is an integral and innovative program which is conducted at Stockale Road Primary School. The program features:

  • Specific workshops for each class in the Mobile Learning Centre

  • Manuals for teachers and booklets for students, linking to the Well Being curriculum

  • Parent information sessions which outline the Life Education modules

  • The mascot 'Healthy Harold'


The program aims to assist children with the knowledge and life skills to make informed choices throughout their formative and adult lives. The Life Education Van comes to the school yearly.

Each class has a session in the Life Education Van. Preps, One and Two have a one hour session, and the Years Three to Sixes have a one and a half hour session. As part of the program, each child is given a booklet relevant to the module selected for the grade level each year. The booklet helps the students to be prepared for the workshop and to have follow up sessions by the classroom teacher.