Student Support

The Student Support Centre provides a range of services for students to support learning and wellbeing (hauora). Manaakitanga (caring, nurturing relationships, respecting people, looking after each other) and whanaungatanga (working together like a family) are important principles in how we do things as a team.

Parents are welcome to make contact with Student Support personnel to ask questions, share concerns or share information.

Student Support Services provide a co-ordinated system of support for students. These include advice, guidance and counselling in areas of need such as schoolwork, personal development, health and careers. The School's student support services help all students make the most of their learning opportunities and to prepare for the future and includes orientation programmes for new students.

The Student Support Centre personnel includes:

Deans: There are two Deans for each year level

Counselling: Professionally qualified Counsellors

Careers: Careers Advisors and Gateway Coordinator

Health Centre: Registered Nurses are available during school hours 

Qualifications Manager: Academic and school qualifications

Administration: Attendance, reception and data entry staff

MASH, a group of Year 11-13 students trained in restorative ways of working with bullying and friendship conflict support students to identify the harm and access adult support in the school to ensure the most appropriate resources are available. Students can find out more about MASH as a service through Elearn.