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Student Wellbeing

The Student Wellbeing Team at Warringa Park School are dedicated to creating a positive and engaging school environment that promotes the health, wellbeing and learning of all students. Our team assist and empower students to achieve their full potential through the provision of personal development opportunities and support services including:

  • Counselling
  • Mentoring
  • Personal Development
  • Social and Emotional Learning
  • Family Information and Referrals
  • CALD Support
  • Transition and Pathways
  • Health Provision and Education
  • Nutrition
  • Wellbeing Events

These school services can help students learn the competencies and skills they need to build resilience and effectively manage their emotions, behaviour and relationships with others. In turn, these support opportunities and programs optimise the wellbeing of students through all stages of their development so they can be healthy, happy, engaged and successful.

We know that there are strong links between wellbeing and school excellence. Not only can the provision of support services increase student mental health and wellbeing, but the impact can also be correlated to positive learning engagement, outcomes and future success. When a student is supported in their development they can connect, thrive and succeed in their learning to achieve their goals and prepare for future.

Our Team

The Student Wellbeing team work collaboratively with students, families, teachers, allied health and external community agencies to provide support services and personal developmental programs across all Warringa Park School campuses.

Meet our team!

Assistant Principal of Student Wellbeing – Caitriona Toland

Coordinates whole school support and is based at Main Campus

Early & Middle Years Student Wellbeing Officer – Rosie Barbara

Supports students at the Main Campus

Later Years Student Wellbeing Officer – Jamie Dubowik

Supports students at the Bethany Road Campus and Cayleys Road Campus

Student Attendance And Engagement Officer – Joan Kurtis

Provides whole school support and is based at the Cayleys Road Campus

School Nurse – Nicole Geehman

Provides whole school medical support and is based at Main Campus

Educational Support Coordinator – Margaret Beehan

Provides whole school support and is based at Main Campus

School Enrolment and Transition Officer – Jo Sadler

Provides whole school service and is based at Main Campus

 

If you would like to speak to a member of the Wellbeing Team to discuss any of our services, please see our details below and contact us on 9749 5774.