Deputy Principal Wellbeing
The Deputy Principal Wellbeing provides a pivotal role in the wellbeing structure and takes responsibility for the development, implementation and promotion of wellbeing programs and services. The Deputy Principal Wellbeing ensures that the wellbeing policies and expectations of all members of the College are upheld, resulting in a safe and supportive environment and providing the security for each student to achieve success. The Deputy Principal Wellbeing is the chair at each year level Student in Focus Team meetings.
Head of Student Wellbeing
The Head of Student Wellbeing works collaboratively with Year Level Leaders and the Deputy Principal Wellbeing. The Head of Student Wellbeing also provides a point of contact for parents in regards to significant student wellbeing issues and oversees the day to day management and logistics of students.
Student Wellbeing Year Level Leaders
Year Level Leaders promote the wellbeing of all students in their year level. This is achieved by providing support to individual students, working in partnership with parents and engaging with the teachers and support staff.
Learning Diversity Leader
The Learning Diversity Leader works with the Learning Support staff to ensure that every child at the College receives an education that is inclusive and equitable. Every student at the College has a right to access a range of engaging learning activities which meet their individual needs. The Learning Diversity Leader is committed to developing collaborative partnerships between students, teachers, families and the community to ensure students with diverse learning needs are supported from the moment they are enrolled at the College. If a student experiences difficulties with their learning at any time they will be referred to the Learning Diversity Leader who, working closely with parents, Counsellors and the Year Level Leaders, will use a variety of information and assessment tools to guide interventions for the student.
Within a College environment students may experience a wide range of behavioural, emotional, social and psychological issues that, if left untreated, may jeopardise their wellbeing and learning. Examples include mental illnesses, friendship difficulties, family breakdowns, relationship issues, eating disorders, bullying, traumatic events, alcohol and substance abuse, self-esteem and identity difficulties.
Catholic Regional College Caroline Springs provides professional counselling services to assist students and their families deal with issues that may hinder their development.
Catholic Regional College Caroline Springs is committed to providing a safe environment and assisting students develop appropriate skills and attitudes to resolve problems in academic, psychological, emotional and social contexts.
The College’s counselling services are highly visible to students and the general College community; and the College’s counselling services are easy to access. Students do not need a referral from a GP in order to use the College counselling services.
These services can be accessed by all students simply by contacting: