Faith Mission and Wellbeing

Nurturing spirituality and service

Faith, Mission and Wellbeing

Nurturing spirituality and service

The aim of the Faith Mission and Wellbeing Enterprise is to affirm the relevance and importance of our Anglican mission through nurturing the holistic development of our learning community.


  • To encourage and support our learning community to live by, uphold and celebrate the Anglican values accepting diversity, inclusivity and equity.

  • To embed positive psychology in all aspects of St John’s life for students, staff and the community.

  • To equip our students with tools and strategies to navigate the challenges of life now and in the future.

  • To actively cultivate the qualities of courage, resilience and compassion in interactions and learning experience to develop people of good character.

Key Projects


Launch of the new Faith Mission and Wellbeing Centre on the Secondary campus offering a calm and purposefully designed space for students.

St John’s new wellbeing program ‘Pulse’ tracks and measures the wellbeing and engagement of our students in Years 4 to 9. Each week the students are prompted by email to complete a wellbeing check-in consisting of 5-6 questions via a web app ‘Pulse’, taking the students no more than five minutes to complete. The app also tracks anonymised student sentiment about their engagement with St John’s to ensure that the College can make changes based on student voice.

Key Projects