Student Services Team 2023
Student Services Manager Year 6-7
Responsible for the welfare of transitioning Year 6’s and all Year 7 students, the Student Services Manager liaises with school members, families and the community around issues of pastoral care, attendance and educational outcomes. They also play a crucial role in coordinating the Good Standing Policy, behaviour management, subject selections and school events.
Student Services Manager Year 8 – 9
Responsible for the welfare of all Year 8 and 9 students, the Student Services Manager liaises with school members, families and the community around issues of pastoral care, attendance and educational outcomes. They also play a crucial role in coordinating the Good Standing Policy, behaviour management, subject selections and school events.
Student Services Manager Year 10 – 12
Responsible for the welfare of all Year 10, 11 and 12 students, the Student Services Manager liaises with school members, families and community around issues of pastoral care, attendance and educational outcomes. They also play a crucial role in coordinating the Good Standing Policy, behaviour management, subject selections and school events.
Years 7 – 12 Student Coordinators
The Year Coordinators work with students around issues of pastoral care, attendance, uniform, subject selections and performance. They liaise with external agencies for the benefit of the students and also play a key role in coordinating year level specific events.
Year 7 Student Coordinator
Year 8 Student Coordinator
Year 9 Student Coordinator
Year 10 Student Coordinator
Year 11-12 Student Coordinator
Student Support – Wellbeing
Provides support to the team, runs targeted intervention programs, assist the Student Services Manager – Wellbeing with SAER students and promotes a positive school culture.
The School Psychologist
Responsible for individual student support, assessments and development of individual and classroom support plans; the school psychologist involves the community and interagency levels with referrals and accessing community support, as well as creating critical response plans and professional development of school staff.
The School Nurse
Promotes health and well-being for students, staff and families and provides health education and prevention services within the school as well as the wider community. Liaises with students, families and allied services around health concerns and develops management and emergency plans for student health issues.
The School Chaplain
Responsible for the pastoral care of students and families around social, emotional or spiritual issues; the school chaplain coordinates the Breakfast Club and Games Room, and are responsible for events such as Harmony Week and Warnbro Week.
Defence Force Mentor
The Defence Force Mentor is provided by the Defence Forces to students who have family members in the Defence Forces. They can provide advocacy, support and referrals. If a member of your immediate family is part of the ADF, please don’t hesitate to contact the Defence Mentor.
Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer
Responsible for liaising with Indigenous students, families and community members; the AIEO is involved in teaching Nyoongar language classes, increasing attendance and outcomes for Indigenous students and developing cultural identity and awareness across the school. They are also responsible for a range of events such as NAIDOC week.
The Attendance Officer tracks and monitors attendance across all year groups. Working with students, families and staff to improve attendance and engagement.
Rebecca Vance – Attendance Officer
School Officers manage attendance, provide administrative support and are the first point of contact for students and parents in Student Services.
Nicola Simmonds (Mon, Wed – Fri)
Melinda Turner (Thurs & Fri)
Responsible for managing the school’s Triage process. The Triage Officer is the point of contact for staff and students in the Triage office.