The Guidance Officer provides support to the school and its students in the areas of educational disadvantage, behavioural concerns and supporting emotional needs. They may be involved with a range of activities including assessment, counselling, consultation, critical incidence and trauma work, individual student programming and liaison with other specialist agencies.
In most cases your child's class teacher will be the person to talk to regarding any concerns that occur. Should your child require any intervention, the discussions you have with the class teacher will lead to a referral. Please note that any intervention by our Guidance Officer can only occur with parent permission and support.