At Copperfield College we make every effort to ensure that no student falls through the cracks.
Our dedicated Student Wellbeing Team ensures that any students experiencing difficulty have a place to go ad find support.
The Team comprises:
Two school psychologists – Judy Scarfe and Sarah Pearson who provide us with a Student Counselling Service and wellbeing services such as advocacy, support and referral.
A Student Wellbeing Coordinator – Mary Scott who also provides wellbeing services and student counselling.
A Secondary Health Promotion Nurse – who provides school health promotion and advises families and individuals about a broad range of adolescent health issues.
A School Doctor – Dr Jason Wu, GP, who represents the Doctors in Secondary Schools Program and is in attendance between 10.00 am. and 2.00 pm. at the Health Centre at Delahey on the second and fourth Fridays of the month, at Kings Park Campus on the first Friday of the month, and at Sydenham Campus on the third Friday of the month.
Students or parents can make an appointment at any time using the following online booking system and select the service for the relevant campus:
Kings Park Medical Centre, First Aid officers and Wellbeing staff can see the appointments.
Each student will receive confirmation of their appointment by:
- At the junior campuses, a slip passed on to the student by their Home Group Teacher on the morning of their appointment
- At the senior campus, a slip given to the student by their first teacher of the day.
Find out more about the Wellbeing Team.
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Positive Partnerships develops up-to-date evidence-based materials and practical resources published online and delivered nationally through high quality training for teachers and other school staff, and workshops for parents and carers.
Supporting school age students on the autism spectrum
Positive Partnerships delivers the two components of the Helping Children with Autism package implemented by the Australian Government Department of Education. The aim is to improve the educational outcomes for school age students with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) both online and through face-to-face training and workshops in rural and regional areas around Australia.