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South Campus Wellbeing

Students at South Campus are supported, encouraged, and inspired by staff that are willing to provide the extra assistance necessary to help them to achieve their best academically, culturally, on the sporting field and in community participation. Students are supported in their education in a variety of ways, including support from the Head Teacher of Learning and Support, the Learning and Support Team (LAST), Wellbeing Coordinators and Pastoral Care staff.

Aboriginal Education Officer (AEO) - Rod Ah-See

The Aboriginal Education Officer provides assistance to Aboriginal students and parents, teachers and the wider College communities. Rod is available to assist Aboriginal students in their education, supporting them in classes and through the organisation of cultural programs and activities.

Aboriginal Community Engagement Officer (ACEO) - Carl Ralph

The Aboriginal Community and Engagement Officer works as part of the Aboriginal Education Team to support and develop partnerships and understanding between the Aboriginal community and our school, thereby helping to improve the outcomes for Aboriginal school students. 

Learning and Support Team

Peter Maher is the Head Teacher of Learning and Support, and together with the Learning and Support Team, liaises with wellbeing coordinators, and deputy principals on student issues and are available to students in need. They provide guidance and can refer students to the appropriate personnel in outside agencies for additional support as required. 

Student Support Officer (SSO) - Lisa Weber 

Our Student Support Officer is available to assist students with mental health and wellbeing. Students and Parets/Carers can contact her directly for an appointment.

 School Learning Support Officers (SLSOs)

School learning support officers work under the direction and supervision of the classroom teacher. They provide assistance to students with disability and additional learning and support needs enrolled in specialist support classes and mainstream classes. They can provide assistance with school routines, classroom activities, and the care and management of students with disability and additional learning and support needs.

Wellbeing Coordinators 

Each year group has two Wellbeing Coordinators (Year Advisors) who are there to support the students in each year. They follow the group through from Year 7 and are a first point of contact for students or their families if they have concerns with their schooling, classes, friends or wellbeing. 

 Student success is celebrated and documented as part of our 'Learning Expectations' and student merit and reward system - CARES. Our student discipline system is focused on the rights of the teacher to teach and the students to learn, while also providing strong welfare support for students.