Year Level Leaders
Leading a team of Homeroom teachers in providing
support to students and their families.
Monitoring of educational
progress and social development of students in consultation with Teachers
Liaison with other support groups such as College
Counselling Team. Management of disciplinary matters in the year level.
Taking an interest in individual student programs. Making welcome new
students and assistance with their transition.
A comprehensive counselling service and
professional psychological support to the College community.
able to access the counselling service on their own initiative. Staff and
parents able make referrals.
Individual, confidential counselling for
students. Support for teachers in their work with students.
Professional development for staff.
Parent advice and parent education
Referral to outside agencies.
A comprehensive and professional careers counselling
service to the College community.
Students able to access the
careers counselling service on their own initiative.
parents able to make referrals. Individual confidential careers
counselling for students. Group and class careers planning for students.
Support for teachers in their work with students. Professional
development for staff.
Parent advice and parent education programs.
Referrals to outside agencies for students at
Student Formation and Leadership
Encouragement of students to develop leadership abilities.
Fostering positive relationships between students and enhancement of
Student voice in their College community.
Encouragement of students to work together with peers and staff to
create safe and positive working environments.
senior students to act as mentors for junior students.
Monitoring of student wellbeing and behaviour
and advising the relevant Year Level Leader of any concerns.
Development of an overall knowledge and interest in the students'
academic and social development through consultation with teachers and
Communication, where appropriate, about a student's
progress to parents. Alerting Year Level Leaders to relevant personal
matters concerning individual students, e.g. repeated absences,
punctuality, home difficulties, uniform infringements.
Communication, where appropriate, about a student's personal problems
affecting his/her performance to subject teachers and co-operative work
with Counselling and other Wellbeing staff.
Enhancement of home
rooms and maintenance of a pleasant working environment in them.
Delivering pastoral curriculum and programs. First line of contact for
Principal and Campus
Promotion of the wellbeing of students through
availability to both students and parents.
Provision of pastoral
care to students and staff.
Confidential work with staff, students
Student Wellbeing Faculty
Oversight by the Senior Teacher Wellbeing Development and oversight of
the delivery of student wellbeing curriculum, programs and initiatives
within the College, Implementation of the National Safe Schools
Framework, Health Promoting Schools framework and Restorative Justice
framework Initiation, recommendations and reviews of policies,
procedures and protocols.
Educational Support Faculty
Provision of support strategies to
Organisation and facilitation of program support
meetings with staff, students and families.
completion of assessments in order to understand students’ difficulties;
development of programs to meet their needs.
Support of students
individually, in small groups and in class.
Initiation of an
Individual Learning Plan for students with disabilities.
of resources for staff in regards to chronic health, learning
difficulties and sensory disabilities.
Provision of support materials to staff.
Provision of support, both pastoral and academic, to individual students
and groups of students.
Provision of relevant and appropriate
courses for all students.
Provision of engaging and relevant course
materials to enable each student to access the units of work.
Provision of current, relevant, academic pathways information for
Maintenance of a focus on student wellbeing In their relationships with
students and parents and in their area of work.
Targeted Educational Program
A whole school approach to improving
the literacy outcomes for our students.
Provision of sustainable
pathways for every student.
Small group and 1:1 support for ESL,
Refugee and Indigenous students and their families.
support materials for staff.
Focus on health promotion, primary prevention and minimizing risk taking
Promotion of positive healthy lifestyle.
sessions for staff, students and parents.
Development of policies
and protocols. First aid on sports days (swimming carnival, athletics
and cross country).
Development of school management plans together
with parents for students with medical issues. Referral to external
Liaison with St John Ambulance Cadet Program.
Pastoral Curriculum and Programs
A sequential pastoral curriculum
at Years 7 – 9.
Pastoral work at senior year levels.
Exploration of self-worth and social and emotional wellbeing.
Classroom environment characterised by mutual respect and
Key themes of: social and emotional learning;
resilience; community building; personal wellbeing – drug education and
general health; cyber safety; community service.
encourage an exploration of identity, risk taking in a safe environment,
reflection about development into young men and women, consideration of
past, current and future steps in life’s journey, and growth in personal
skills and abilities.
A whole school approach to developing and sustaining positive
Its principles and practices guide the College when
relationships break down.
Core values of respect and
Personal responsibility for behaviour.
commitment to put things right.
A focus on future behaviour.
Community DevelopmentThe opportunity for students to learn more
about themselves, their local community and the world around them.
Support from each Year Level for an organisation:
Year 7: Caritas – Project Compassion
Make a Child Smile - St
Vincent de Paul
St Peter’s Literacy Program
St Vincent de Paul
St Vincent de
Paul Christmas hampers
Ozanam House Community Centre
Kelly – Children First Foundation
The Cancer Council of Victoria
Red Cross World Vision – 40 Hour