Our Wellbeing Animals

Our wellbeing animals play an important role in the development of students, both academically and socially. The benefits of having animals in the classroom include:


Raya is our resident wellbeing staff member -a black Groodle who comes to us via Dogs Connect. Raya enjoys sepnding time in classrooms learning and interacting with students, as well as being out in the yard during break times.


Noodle is a Stimsons Python who resides in in our senior building. He enjoys sleeping, eating and all of the attention he can get from our students.


Jet is our resident turtle. He enjoys spending time in our Grade 2/3 classroom and teaches our students all about reptile care.


Our lizard is a Central Bearded Dragon who loves to laze in the sun and enjoys being out and about amongst student learning.

Spiny Leaf Insects

Our spiny leaf insects to promote a sense of calm and focus amongst our students. The fragile nature of these creatures encourages our students to develop their sense of care and compassion. When they're not chewing on gumleaves int their enclosure, they can regulary be spotted out and about in our learning areas.