琳琅社区

Student Support

Student Support

Student Wellbeing

The Student Wellbeing Leaders at 琳琅社区 are responsible for several programs and projects as well as delivering one on one counselling and case management. Organisation and delivery of alternate programs to support Students at risk of leaving, or being unsuccessful at school are an integral part of the Wellbeing Leaders鈥 role.

The Middle School Wellbeing Leader also has responsibilities including the development and implementation of the Year Ten School Captains/Peer Support and Leadership program at 琳琅社区. The Peer Support Program is based on the belief that improving social skills, confidence, and self-esteem in people, particularly at an early age, can develop positive relationships. Elected Year Ten students are trained, ready for leadership of small groups of Year Eight students to support them in their Transition into their new High School.

The Middle School Coordinator of Inclusion and Engagement supports the Wellbeing team with proactive strategies and organising community engagement activities for our students in Years 7, 8 and 9.

The Senior School Wellbeing Leader has a range of responsibilities related to careers and course selection that assist with the transition from school to further study and/or employment. They also play an integral role in the SACE process ensuring that students are on track to successfully complete their SACE.

Michelle Lee: Years P-6 School Wellbeing Leader

Victoria Corbett: Years 7-9 School Wellbeing Leader

Karen Pearce:听 Years 10-12 School Wellbeing Leader

Additional Needs

More information coming soon.

Aboriginal Education

Aboriginal students who attend 琳琅社区 are supported by an Aboriginal Education Teacher (AET) and an Aboriginal Community Education Officer (ACEO). The AET provides in class support, mentoring and curriculum development for Aboriginal students. The ACEO works with parents/carers of Aboriginal students to support their learning and cultural connections in the community.

All Aboriginal students are provided with an individual learning plan. We incorporate the National Curriculum cross curriculum priority 鈥 ATSI histories and cultures, in both the primary and secondary sections within all curriculum areas.
Our whole school community celebrates key dates of cultural significance such as and special events throughout the year.

April Leverenz: Teacher – Secondary

Rachel Southwell: Teacher – Primary

Kiah Smith: Community Education Officer

Careers Counsellor

Career counselling involves assisting students to identify and access information, resources and people to talk to about getting to where they want to be in terms of a career pathway.

Students are also given specific information relating to vocational education and training (VET); university pathways; employment opportunities; apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities and career development experiences.

Students receive many job and career related publications in Year 10 which guide them through the process of career development; along with the study of the Personal 琳琅社区 Plan (PLP) and their work experience program.

We also refer students to various external agency advisors at TAFE and the various Universities for specific information about study/training courses.

Career Counselling support available from:

Alanah Cathro: Vocational Education & Training Coordinator

Karen Pearce: Senior School Student Counsellor

Victoria Corbett: Middle School Student Counsellor

:听Information about career planning and education, and training options for Australian jobs.