Student Wellbeing


Students are better prepared for learning when they are healthy, safe and happy, therefore, student welfare is the responsibility of all staff working in a whole school context. Student learning cannot be separated from welfare.


Striving to help students at the college to learn effectively and to develop positive behaviours and attitudes are shared goals of teachers, student support services staff and parents. At Ringwood Secondary College we aim provide an environment which provides for each individual student to maximise their educational potential.


A Student Wellbeing website is being currently created where you will find all the resources and information you will need about our approach to wellbeing at Ringwood Secondary College.

It will be available to view shortly.








Students arriving at the college


Congratulations to all involved in our 2015 production of Oliver. We are delighted to announce that we have received 6 nominations in the Music Theatre Guild Victoria Awards, including Junior Production of the Year. This builds on the 12 nominations for the Lyrebird Youth Awards, including Best Production. Awards ceremonies will be held in December.A wonderful team effort. Further details can be found at

The College Heritage and Alumni Group is introducing a new scholarship for students entering VCE who are deserving of support in order to complete their secondary education. The first scholarship will be awarded in 2015 for 2016. See more details on the Heritage page.


ACE - Achievement, Commitment, Excellence. In 2016 the College will introduce the Year 7 ACE program for high ability students. More information regarding the structure and means of application are available in the Tour package and on the Junior SchoolExtension page.