The wellbeing of every student is of paramount importance at Carey.

Wellbeing at Carey is guided by the conceptual framework of Positive Education. Students are supported to identify and work from strengths, developing and enhancing abilities to help manage challenges and difficulties that confront them in their academic, social or personal lives.

Students are taught how they can empower themselves and take better control of their destiny through hope, optimism and positive change practices.

A multi-disciplinary dedicated and professional team comprising staff from Student Services, Chaplains, House staff and Careers Counsellors support student wellbeing at Carey.

For more information, please refer to the Pathways at Carey.