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Student wellbeing

Student welfare services support the pupils' growth and development and help create optimal conditions for learning. The aim is to make school a safe and pleasant place for pupils, and to offer them the guidance and support they need in challenging situations.

All comprehensive schools have a multidisciplinary student welfare team that promotes the wellbeing of the school community. The teams can include the principal, school nurse, school doctor, school social worker, school psychologist, special needs teacher, guidance counsellor, and the class teacher or group instructor, if necessary.



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