The Student Services Team consists of a 7-12 Student Wellbeing Officer, Specialist Setting Student Wellbeing Officer, P-6 Student Wellbeing Officer, School Nurse and a Mental Health Practitioner, Family Liaison and Out of Home Care Coordinator.
The Student Services Team support children and young people who are dealing with issues that are impacting on their learning and wellbeing.
This service provides advice and direction to enable a satisfactory outcome to be achieved.
Individual counselling is available to support students who may be facing a variety of different issues including sadness, relationship issues, financial problems or sensitive family matters. The importance of counselling is to assist students to work through their issues and concerns and seek solutions.
The Student Services Team are also supported by a broad range of Department professionals including visiting psychologists, guidance officers, speech pathologists, social workers and teachers. These professionals work as part of an integrated health and wellbeing team within networks of schools, to support and assist children and young people faced with learning barriers to achieve their educational and developmental potential. They provide strategies and specialised support at individual, group, school and network levels.