At Oakhill Drive we aim to promote and build a positive school community environment through sustainable school wide systems which develop the overall wellbeing of students, staff and the community. Positive practices and procedures foster a culture of learning, collegiality and effective partnerships in which the school and its community are able to connect, succeed and thrive. We focus on the five aspects of wellbeing; Physical, Cognitive, Social, Emotional and Spiritual.
Some of our school wide events include Harmony Day, RUOK Day and our annual Wellbeing Wednesday, where students learn and participate in activities related to different aspects of wellbeing. We also organise fundraisers to help our community and people in need. Some examples of our community projects are our World Vision sponsor child, Richard, from Burundi in central Africa, our Farm Day where we raised money to support farmers during the drought and our annual Christmas Giving Tree where presents are donated to the Salvation Army to be distributed to less fortunate children. The following images show how enthusiastic the ODPS community is and how generous their hearts are.