School Programs

Student Wellbeing

At Cannington Community Education Support Centre (CCESC), Pastoral Care and supporting mental health and wellbeing of our students and staff is paramount.

CCESC is part of the State Governments ‘Mental Health in Schools’ initiative, which changed to become the nation-wide ‘Be You’ initiative.  This required us to articulate how we would imbed mental health and wellbeing into our curriculum offerings and plan for implementation and yearly review.


At Breakfast Club, we provide a healthy and nutritious breakfast for all our students (across middle and senior school sites), fuelling their minds for learning and providing the energy they need to get through the day.

The students enjoy a choice of toast, cereal, pancakes, hot chocolate, tea and fresh fruit.

Providing a free, healthy breakfast within a school breakfast program helps children to improve their concentration and fosters positive student responses to learning activities in the classroom.

Students participating in the School Breakfast Club not only experience the physical benefits, but also the positive social and educational aspects of the program.

The Breakfast Club is about more than providing a healthy start to the day. We provide a safe and welcoming environment where children can sit down and enjoy a nutritious morning meal with others. It is also a place where caring adults can be role models for healthy eating and good hygiene.

All this would not be possible without the generous support of Foodbank WA’s and their government, corporate and philanthropic sponsors. These organisations provide funding so that Foodbank is able to purchase the breakfast food items for the schools.

Middle School:

When: Breakfast Club runs from Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 8:35am.
Where: BER Building (Block 10)

Senior School:

When: Breakfast Club runs from Monday to Friday from 8:15am to 8:55am.

Where: Business Centre kitchen


Students are welcome to participate in different fun activities run throughout the term. It is a great opportunity for all our students to develop their social skills while they compete in different sports and activities.

Interest Based Options (IBO)

IBO is a school program run on the Middle School campus. Every term, students can select an activity and participate during the whole term.

Examples of activities are:

  • Art Club and Crafty Stuff
  • Chess Club
  • Lego
  • Team Games
  • Mosaics
  • Minecraft
  • Master Chef – cooking
  • Silent Disco
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