Pastoral Care

Students have a team of people they can speak to about their pastoral care needs. This includes matters regarding uniform, social issues, mental health, classes, homework, attendance, study, subject selection, career pathways and more.

The College prides itself on having a strong Student Support Centre. A dedicated team specialising in behaviour management and focuses on student wellbeing runs this program. Throughout the school year, the Support Centre facilitates a range of activities and discussions for students which cover essential topics like social media usage, bullying and mental health. An example of one of their initiatives is the twice-weekly ‘Breakfast Club,’ which creates a safe, social space for children to meet while ensuring they eat well before starting their day. 

The Support Centre comprises of a dedicated Student Services Manager, a Psychologist, Nurse, First Aid Officer, Defence Transition Mentor, AIEO (Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer), Chaplain, House Support Officers, an Education Support team and teachers to ensure our students receive the best pastoral care possible.

Kim Fragall – Student Services Manager

Paije Minchin – Student Services Coordinator

Beni Hasler – House Support Officer (Stirling)

Rhiannon Thewlis – House Support Officer (Avon)

Tyler Resuggan – House Support Officer (Swan)

Tracey Ginder – House Support Officer (Henley)

Also a part of the student services team are:

Psychologist, Stephanie Holmes

Defence Transition Mentor (DTM), Janelle Wallace

Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer (AIEO), Amanda Christou

First Aid Officer, Joanne Hunt

Chaplain, Luan Cryne

Community Health Nurse, Trent Davey.

All of Student Services team can be reached via our main reception number of 9297 9700.