Student Care refers to the promotion and maintenance of a student's good learning, ensuring good psychological and physical health, and good social well-being, as well as helping to feel part of the school community. Student care is primarily implemented as a preventative and community-based service that supports the whole school community. In addition, students have a statutory right to individual care, as needed.
In the school, student care is the responsibility of all staff working in the school community and other student care services. Primary responsibility for the well-being of the school community is the school staff. Student care includes student care according to the curriculum, as well as student care services, such as standard school health care, as well as psychologist and social worker services. Student care is provided by many professionals and partners.
Pälkäne High School Student Welfare Plan (in Finnish)
The previous (2016-2017) Pälkäne High School student welfare plan is available here (in Finnish)