Our philosophy is based on the belief that each student’s personal wellbeing is fundamental to their educational progress.
This belief is supported by such things as the student management and welfare program, the Student Code of Conduct and the Bullying and Harassment policy, all of which are implemented in a fair and consistent manner so that students feel safe and supported. The College implements School-Wide Positive Behaviour Support. This is a philosophy and practice of recognising the importance of positive relationships among all members of a school community for the purpose of enhancing learning.
The following phrases best sum up the philosophy and practice that lie at the centre of the program:
"Believe in Learning"
"Have the Right to be Safe"
"Show Respect for Self and Others"
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Student Engagement & Wellbeing Team
The following people have specific roles in supporting students and can be contacted at the College during school hours. A member of the Wellbeing Team is available to speak to at all times however if you wish to speak to a specific individual please leave a mesaage at the General Office. The team prides itself on tending to matters in a timely fashion.
Leading Teacher: Engagement & Wellbeing
Ms. Christina Lloyd
Christina coordinates all aspects of programs to support staff and students to enhance student wellbeing and learning. In order to do this, she works closely with Year Level Coordinators, the Student Welfare Coordinator and the School Nurse to plan, develop, coordinate and implement well-being programs with a focus on collaborative consultation and effective communication. Christina’s focus is also to maximise student attendance through strengthening relationships with students and parents focussing on the value of learning.
Email: Christina Lloyd
Student Welfare Coordinator
Ms. Lyn Neville
Lyn provides support to students and families who are experiencing any form of hardship and is responsible for helping students handle issues such as truancy, bullying, drug use and depression. Lyn can also arrange counselling for students & connections with other support agencies etc.
Email: Lyn Neville
Year Level Coordinators
The Year Level Coordinators support the role of the classroom managers. They are available to work with teachers, students and parents in the implementation of College Student Welfare and Management policies.
Year 7 Coordinator: Ms. Sarah Walker
Sarah is responsible for student enrolment and supporting students through the transition process (Grade 6 to Year 7). Sarah also deals with the student management and welfare of Year 7 students.
Email: Sarah Walker
Year 8 Coordinator: Mr. Ray Williams
Ray is responsible for enrolments and overall student management and welfare of students in Year 8.
Email: Ray Williams
Year 9 Coordinator: Ms. Rebecca Brennan
Rebecca is responsible for enrolments and overall student management and welfare of students in Year 9.
Email: Rebecca Brennan
Year 10 Coordinator: Mr. Nic Fisher
Nic is responsible for enrolments and overall student management and welfare of students in Year 10 and the process of transition to post compulsory education in Year 11.
Email: Nic Fisher
Senior School Coordinators: Ms. Lesley Falk & Ms. Christina Lloyd
Lesley and Christina support the process of transition from Year 10 to post compulsory education in Year 11. They are responsible for the enrolment and support of students in Years 11 and 12. This is done working closely with the college Welfare Team and Careers Practitioner.
Email: Lesley Falk
Email: Christina Lloyd
Adolescent Health Nurse
Ms. Bernie McHugh
Bernie is responsible for the implementation of programs and policies related to specific health issues. She also provides support and advice relating to health and well being matters for both parents and students.
Email: Bernie McHugh