I think schools should definitely care for each student’s well-being as their well-being may affect how they interact with other students, and even affect whether they will do well in their exams and be able to get into a good university.
Of course it is. The way I see it, school is like a second home for students. They spend the majority of their time in school. Teachers should care for their students’ well-being like their parents would. If not them, who will?
I don’t think so. I think it’s the students’ responsibility to care for their own well-being. Of course, they should be able to ask for help from their teachers or a counsellor, but they need to be the ones who seek help for themselves.
Yes, of course. I think schools should take responsibility for their students’ well-being and make sure they’re happy and healthy. Students spend so much of their young lives at school and if their well-being is poor, that could affect their studies in a negative way.
Absolutely. Schools should care about its students’ well-being as it would look bad if their students were unhappy and unhealthy. That could affect the reputation of a school and make parents not want to enrol their children there.
Yes, definitely! Schools must be responsible for the well-being of its students. Students spend so much time at school, and if they are unhappy all the time, that’s something they can’t just ignore.
I don’t think so. It’s the school’s responsibility to teach students, and help them grow into useful and polite people before they step into society. I think caring for their well-being should be their parent’s job.
Of course schools should take care students’ well-being. If students have poor well-being, that will affect their studies and grades. It might also cause them to resent school, so their well-being should be one of the school’s main concerns.
It is a school’s responsibility to care for students’ well-being because a school is responsible for children’s development, and that includes their physical and mental health. Schools should make sure all their students are happy and healthy.
If a school wants their students to do well in school and life, they must make sure that they have good well-being throughout their school years. Good well-being will lead to a better attitude in school and better grades.
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