Student Services

Students have access to a wide range of support services, tailored to meet their individual needs. The Student Services team works collaboratively and cooperatively to enhance the intellectual, emotional and social development of all students and their right to learn in a safe and healthy environment.

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Student Services can help with…

  • Counselling
  • Careers advice
  • Pastoral care
  • Learning assistance
  • Aboriginal student support

Our Team

Year Coordinators

Year Coordinators from Years 8 to 12 are available for parental enquiries and concerns. They are very involved in the pastoral and social care of students.

School Nurse

Medical assistance as well as health and well being advice is readily available from the school nurse.

School Psychologist

Is available to listen to and assist students cope with any emotional, social and learning problems. Psychological assessments are also available.

Careers Coordinator

Provides advice as to course and career options is available throughout the year.


Our school Chaplain Avram Florin Iancu is a member of the Student Services team and offers pastoral care to the wider school community, showing people that they matter. Chaplain’s role is to inspire and motivate people to grow, celebrating their success, giving hope and helping them to develop resilience to work through challenges.

There are many times when a confidential friend can provide the support needed in a situation to make a difference. This service is available to staff, students and their families.

The Chaplain also networks with government and church organisations to meet the special, physical, emotional and spiritual needs of everyone, regardless of their religion, beliefs and convictions.

Visits to the Chaplain are by appointment only. Students are required to make appointments with the Chaplain during morning or afternoon recess on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday when Avram Florin is on school site.

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This program is partly funded by the Australian Government Department of Education under the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program.


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