The Centre for Wellbeing
Wellbeing is the foundation of ensuring Each boy at his best.
The Centre for Wellbeing focuses on ensuring wellbeing is ingrained in the daily life of the Christ’s College community.
The Centre provides a preventive approach to wellbeing by instilling the four cornerstones of Wellbeing, Hauora, into the fabric of school life and our community.
The cornerstones of Hauora are Physical Wellbeing (Taha Tinana), Social Wellbeing (Taha Whānau), Mental and Emotional Wellbeing (Taha Hinengaro) and Spiritual Wellbeing (Taha Wairua). They inform and guide the holistic pastoral care model at Christ’s College.
We focus on teaching and embedding wellbeing, which supports students, staff and parents to develop the requisite skills, competencies and character attributes to allow them to flourish.
Within our ever-changing world, we need to teach the skills to enhance adaptability and resilience while building positive and meaningful relationships.
Through their College experience, we will support and guide every boy to be at their best.
We support young men to leave College with academic skills and the strength and character to adapt to a new world.
Our College Graduate builds on the character attributes of courage & resilience, confidence & humility, compassion & empathy, self-awareness, a disposition to serve, personal excellence, interpersonal skills, capacity to lead & follow and global & bicultural competence.
Three key ideas
Biculturalism, Christianity and Positive Psychology are at the centre of our wellbeing philosophy. These form the foundation of our unique and targeted programmes for our boys, staff and community.