- Student Welfare
The College implements a whole school approach in handling student welfare and bullying to make sure that every student is safe and happy at school. The anti bullying policy aims to protect students from bullying and foster a school culture where bullying is unacceptable.
The College has put in place a number of strategies and measures to ensure the safety and well being of all our students. The College aims to deal with welfare issues as quickly and effectively through the use of the College Discipline Policy. All stakeholders, including teachers, students, parents, caregivers and members of the wider community have a responsibility to work together in addressing student welfare.
Student welfare is enhanced at this College through:
1) Pastoral Care Program
2) Student Mentoring Program
3) The participation of the College in the ‘Respect, Acceptance & Understanding’ program
4) Student Representative Council
5) The development of various workshops for students, parents and teachers
6) School Counsellor
Any issue with student well being should be directed to the class teacher/pastoral teacher or College Counsellor.