Student Wellbeing

Student Wellbeing Hub

Student Services Well-being Hub

The Student Services team are dedicated to working with all students to support pastoral care, social-emotional, academic and well-being needs of students, in order for students to achieve their learning potential.


Student Services Team


  • Deputy Principal – Rowan Brookes

Email: [email protected]

  • Student Services Manager Years 10-12 – Cary Wong

Email: [email protected]

  • Student Services Manager Years 7 – 9 – Laura Buchanan

Email: [email protected]

  • School Psychologist
  • School Chaplain – Davis Bode
  • Student Support Worker – Jennifer Attwood & Gizella D’Alesio
  • AIEO (Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer) – Bonnie Ingram & John Morrison
  • A team of Education Assistants support students with disability


Year Coordinators


  • Year 7 Coordinator – Zoe Flint

Email: [email protected]

  • Year 8 Coordinator – Joshua Laurito

Email:  [email protected]

  • Year 9 Coordinator – Ben Levey

Email: [email protected]

  • Year 10 Coordinator – Brayden Little

Email: [email protected]

  • Year 11 Coordinator – Jayden Drown

Email: [email protected]

  • Year 12 Coordinator – Toa Ross

Email: [email protected]


Community Health Nurse


  • Mandy Gerritse

Email: [email protected]

The Community Health Nurse can:

  • Support young people across emotional, psychosocial and physical health.
  • Offer psychosocial health assessments, brief interventions and referral.
  • Assist families with health care planning for young people with complex health needs or chronic conditions.
  • Provide health information to families.


Referrals to the Community Health Nurse can be:

  • Self-referrals.
  • Referral from school staff or parents.
  • Referral from external parties.



At different times your child may experience a range of complex emotions such as fear, anxiety, anger, frustration, confusion, sadness or other responses to our changing world and environment. We encourage all students and families to keep engaged with activities that support your wellbeing.


We will work with parents and guardians, service providers and allied support staff to develop strategies and access key learning support programs for those students needing to develop particular skills to support their well-being.


If you have concerns about your child’s progress or welfare, your child’s Year Co-ordinator will discuss with you or guide you to the most appropriate staff member to assist.


Phone: 6235 7100, during the school term between 8.00am and 3.00pm.

Email: [email protected]


Keeping Mentally Healthy – There are a number of ways you can look after your mental health and wellbeing every day. The things we do to keep ourselves physically healthy are also great for our mental health and well-being, like eating a balanced healthy diet, staying physically active, and getting a good night’s sleep.


Please note that if you have concerns or require support outside of these hours or during the school holidays, we encourage you to access external services and helplines.


Wellbeing support resources are available from Wellbeing and support – Department of Education