Truth and Courtesy
An Independent Public School
Inspire to Aspire
Young people react in different ways, within different timeframes, so providing a warm, secure and accepting environment will help with grieving.
Crying and sadness, hopelessness or inadequacy feelings, attention-seeking behaviour, rebellion and disobedience at school and at home, decreased school performance and school work, avoidance of school or sport or social activities, increased stress, tension or depression, anti-social and risk-taking behaviour, or even lack of emotion or any unusual behaviour.
Young people may display behaviours more in keeping with younger age groups, such as wanting to be around parents more or checking where you are, less interest in socialising or wanting to spend more time with friends, and sometimes they may seem less responsible or sure of themselves.
Nausea/tummy upsets, headaches, vomiting, eating changes, disturbed sleep or nightmares, skin disorders.
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Mount Lawley Senior High School aims to maximise the enjoyment of learning and achievement for all students within a compassionate and democratic school culture, encouraging them to be responsible, creative and engaged lifelong learners.
65 Woodsome Street
Western Australia 6050
Phone: 61 8 9471 0300
Fax: 61 8 9271 1126
Middle School (Yr 7/8/9) Enquiries
Phone: 61 8 9471 0350
Fax: 61 8 9471 0338
Senior School (Yr 10/11/12) Enquiries
Phone: 61 8 9471 0320
Fax: 61 8 9471 0329