Our school nurse is onsite for several days each week and fulfils multiple roles. This includes Health Promotion such as healthy lifestyle and relationships, individual consultations for students who need a listening ear, and support to families as school liaison for the development of Health Plans for any special medical needs of students.
Doctors in Secondary Schools
Our school is part of the Doctors in Schools program which provides us with the services of a Doctor and Nurse one day per week. Bulk-billed appointments can accessed by any Secondary student at the college. Students can make appointments with our school nurse or they can drop in.
Student Support Coordinator
Our Student Support Coordinator works as liaison with community agencies, families and school staff to support students with additional needs. This includes but is not limited to, the coordination of the Program for Students with Disabilities, coordinating and conducting Student Support Group meetings, and working on the learning goals with staff and students.
Our school receives additional support services from the DET in the form of Speech Pathology, Educational Psychology and Visiting Teachers.
Our school has two visiting mental health practitioners who are onsite for approximately two and a half days per week to support students with their mental health.
Inglewood and District Health Service support the school with a Youth Worker who attends our College each week. This focus of this work is on community engagement and mentoring.