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St Clement of Rome Primary School Bulleen

At St Clement of Rome we aim to provide an environment where students feel safe, happy, respected and engaged in their learning.

Student wellbeing is seen as a core component to our curriculum as we understand and value the proven relationship between social and emotional wellbeing and academic success. Our student wellbeing core team, consisting  of staff and teachers from multiple year levels,gathers regularly to discuss the needs of the school community.

To nurture \ safe, secure and respectful learning environments at St Clements, we implement the following programs and initiatives:


  • Buddy Program

  • Indoor Lunchtime Clubs at break times

  • Social and Emotional Learning Programs

  • Year 6 Student Leadership

  • Prep Transition Program

  • Taster Days with local Catholic Secondary Colleges

  • Restorative Practice for conflict resolution



The Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships (RRRR) curriculum in Victoria is designed to promote equality, nurture  respectful relationships, and provide students with social skills they can utilise beyond the classroom . It provides students with essential knowledge and skills, as well as opportunities to roleplay positive interactions with others in scenarios that are contextualised to our setting.  The curriculum empowers students to recognise their rights, understand their responsibilities, and foster respectful interactions, contributing to a safer,more inclusive school environment and society overall.


Zone of Regulation

The Zones of Regulation is a framework designed to help our students learn to recognise and regulate their emotions and behaviours. It categorises emotions into four colour-coded zones:


  1. Blue Zone: Feelings like sadness, boredom, or feeling tired.

  2. Green Zone: Represents a calm and focused state, associated with feeling happy, content, or focused.

  3. Yellow Zone: Indicates a heightened state of alertness and arousal, such as feeling anxious, excited, or frustrated.

  4. Red Zone: Represents intense emotions like anger, rage, or panic.


Teachers use the framework to help students identify which zone they’re in and provide strategies to help move to a more regulated state, depending on the zone they’re in.

Allied Health Services

At St Clement of Rome, we believe in nurturing not just academic excellence, but also holistic well-being. That's why we're proud to offer comprehensive Speech Pathology and Psychology services to our students.


Speech Pathology is the art and science of communication. Our dedicated team of speech pathologists is here to support students in developing and refining their communication skills, whether it's articulation, language development, fluency, or voice modulation. Through personalized assessments and tailored therapy sessions, we empower students to overcome communication challenges and unlock their full potential.


In addition to speech pathology, our psychology services provide invaluable support for students navigating the complexities of their emotional and mental well-being. Our compassionate psychologists offer a safe and confidential space for students to explore their thoughts and feelings, manage stress, build resilience, and develop coping strategies to thrive in both academic and personal spheres.


Whether it's addressing speech impediments, improving communication skills, managing anxiety, or enhancing overall well-being, our speech pathology and [psychology services are designed to meet the diverse needs of our student community. By accessing these services, students not only enhance their individual capabilities but also contribute to a more inclusive and supportive school environment. We believe that every student deserves the opportunity to communicate effectively, understand themselves better, and flourish both academically and personally.


Join us in fostering a community where every voice is heard, and every individual is supported. Explore the transformative possibilities of speech pathology and psychology services at St Clement of Rome Primary School we prioritize the holistic development of our students.

Behaviour Support

At St. Clement of Rome, Bulleen, fostering positive behaviours and maintaining a supportive learning environment is paramount. We have clear school rules that promote accountability and we have high expectations that students adhere to these rules. The school-wide rules include:

1 -  I follow instructions

2 - I speak appropriately 

3 - I listen to the speaker

4 - I move around safely

5 - I look after all property

6 - I keep my hands and feet to myself 


We pride ourselves on our clear and effective  behaviour support process, which is firmly rooted in the principles of Restorative Practice. Rather than solely focusing on punitive measures, Restorative Practice  emphasises repairing relationships that may have been strained by addressing the underlying causes of behaviour. Through promoting a sense of accountability, remorse, and forgiveness true to our Catholic school identity, we strive to cultivate a community where every individual feels valued and respected. Our approach resolves conflicts whilst importantly strengthening the fabric of our school community, fostering empathy and understanding among students and staff alike.

Promoting positive behaviours, our Mercy Awards system acknowledges the commendable attitudes and actions that students demonstrate in enacting our school motto, Love One Another. We pride ourselves on the role model qualities that our students endeavour to demonstrate in their interactions with members of the St Clement of Rome community. 

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