Guidance Counsellor Resources
Our College is fortunate to have two College Guidance Counsellors who are both qualified Clinical Psychologists and work in a proactive manner across our P-12 College with all students, staff and parents.
K's for RUOK?
You can join our team any time during the month of July 2022.
This challenge is encouraging us to come together and start creating some great habits - exercising and strengthening connections with our friends and loved ones.
This links with so many of our wellbeing focus areas this term, underpinned by our pastoral plan focus on Respect, and our Thrive lessons around skill building for respectful relationships and the need for meaningful and healthy connections, alongside our embedded wellbeing focus and PERMAH pillars for optimal states of wellbeing.
Here we can also reference the Catholic Social Teachings promoting family, community and participation and how this, along with respecting and valuing the unique offerings and dignity of every person, supports solidarity. We should also note that this challenge is happening in July, as is Naidoc Week, which calls for us to Get Up, Stand Up, and Show Up. Beyond this slogan, we are called to genuinely seek to learn, understand, and appreciate the nuances of the Indigenous Culture so that we are in a better position to continue to build and demand informed and respectful relationships with our First Nation’s People. I challenge you to take action – every connection, question, and attempt to bolster a diverse and respectful community that not only appreciates but celebrates difference and opportunity for social learning, justice, and equity matters.
Mental Health Resource Pack
How to use our interactive Mental Health Resouce Pack:
Flip through or download using the arrow in the top left corner of the box below. Use the icon in the bottome right corner to enter full screen mode and make the most of this resource pack! And remember, if in doubt, reach out!