Meet the Boys:
Jack and the Wellbeing Office
Welcome back everyone! Term 2 has started well with a great learning atmosphere in each of the rooms. It’s a privilege to be involved in this terrific school. It never ceases to amaze me how much energy and care the staff display for our students.
This week I thought it may be helpful to introduce you to the LPS Wellbeing Office where Jack Lopez and I are based.
Jack is the Wellbeing Worker – Jack started here at LPS this year and replaces Tash Rae who has moved on to a Wellbeing leadership job at Geelong Lutheran College.
Jack is a teacher who has transferred from Newcomb State Primary School where he worked as the Wellbeing Coordinator. He is married to Melissa and has three children. We are loving having Jack work with us at LPS. Jack works in Wellbeing on Mon, Tues and Thurs. The other days (Wed and Fri) he works as our librarian at LPS.
Rob works as the Chaplain and is the author of these articles that are posted on a regular basis. I have a background and qualifications in teaching, pastoral care and counselling.
Jack’s and my job is to support students, families and staff in any way needed under the wellbeing heading. We mostly find ourselves helping individuals work through personal issues that are bothering them.
One of the programs that Jack and I run are classroom wellbeing visits where we help reinforce the school values. Most classes have been visited during Term 1, where we’ve talked about the importance of having a grateful mindset. We’ve used Finding Nemo clips to help demonstrate gratefulness.
All the best everyone.
Kindest regards, Rob. LPS Chaplain.
More Articles from our Chaplain:
Looking for Gold Nuggets
Understanding Our Children
Being Emotionally Available for our Children
How Best to Help Our Children Succeed at School
End of Year World and More
Overcoming Trauma and Other Difficulties
Managing Screen Time
Dealing with Anxiety
Holidays and Back to School
Keeping a Healthy Mindset
Dealing with Adversity
The Great Outdoors
Filling the Love Tank
What is your Child's Love Language
Quality Time or Quantity Time
Supporting Children by Listening