The Student Services team builds positive relationships between students, staff and families to help students achieve better academically, socially and emotionally.

The team consists:

  • Deputy Principal
  • Two Student Services Managers
  • Four Year Coordinators
  • Two Chaplains
  • School Psychologist
  • Community Health Nurse
  • Five Aboriginal & Islander Education Officers
  • Attendance Officer.

The Student Services team welcomes students into the school by delivering the Transition and Orientation programs, and provides support through Form classes, which is the basis of pastoral care within the school.

Student Services provides opportunities for students to develop leadership and teamwork skills through involvement in:

  • Student Council
  • College Ball
  • Year 12 Leavers Jackets
  • Community fundraising events
  • NAIDOC celebrations
  • Assemblies
  • School representation at public forums and through external programs in the local and wider communities.

Student Services staff work with individuals and groups to develop general and specific life skills, targeting goal setting, building self-esteem, conflict resolution, developing resilience and problem solving. Each year a program offering guest speakers and workshop opportunities is developed to address social and emotional well-being in students, and encourage students to be responsible for self-managing their health.

We value the importance of partnerships and parents are invited to contact any member of the Students Services team so that we can work together to help your child achieve to their potential.

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