Seymour’s unique GIRLbeing Framework guides the growth of each girl, resulting in young women with strong hearts and minds.
Seymour works in partnership with Swinburne University in the delivery of Aristotle, their emotional intelligence (EI) program, as part of our Barr Smith Campus wellbeing curriculum. The focus of the program is to develop, improve and implement EI across the College community. Aristotle has been developed using evidence based research and we work with Swinburne to tailor programs specifically to the needs of Seymour girls. EI education is now widely accepted as integral to establishing positive mental health and resilience in students and it underpins Seymour’s GIRLbeing program.
Teacher reflections on the impact of the Emotional Intelligence Program at Seymour:
EI education is now widely accepted as integral to establishing positive mental health and resilience in students and it underpins Seymour’s GIRLbeing program.
Seymour College acknowledges that the land where we live, learn and work is the traditional lands of the Kaurna people, the original people of the Adelaide Plains and wooded foothills of the Mt Lofty Ranges, where Seymour College now stands.