Student Wellbeing


What is Student Wellbeing?

At the Islamic College Of Melbourne, we believe that students are better prepared for learning when they are healthy, safe and happy. Our whole-school approach to student support includes strategies to help identify students’ needs.  We take action to meet these needs within the school program then monitor and review progress.

Student Leadership

Leadership opportunities are promoted for students throughout the school form Year 3 to Year 6. Two students from each class are selected to be SRC members and represent their class.

House Teams

ICOM students are devided into 4 house teams with the following colours, Red, Green, Yellow and Blue. The houses are awarded points during the year. This creates a sense of cohesion and sportsmanship.

Wellbeing Programs

The welfare program at the college provides services to students who are preventative and developmental. The services include individual mentoring and group workshops.

Primary Girls Programs

Year 6 girls group is aimed to teach life skills and enhance their ability to succeed academically and socially.

Primary Boys Program

The groups explore areas of concern and plan to improve the students’ emotional wellbeing.

Important Dates

  • All day
  • New York, WY 82601, US
Year 7 Taster Days

Year 6 pupils are invited to join us for a Taster Day on either Thursday 19th or Sunday 22nd.