Students at Charles Campbell College are supported through the wellbeing team, which includes:
the Assistant Principal - Student Wellbeing and College Culture
three Student Wellbeing Leaders (SWL)
Year Level Leaders for Years R-6, Years 7-9 and Years 10-12
three part-time Aboriginal Education Teachers (AET) and a full-time Aboriginal Cultural Education Officer (ACEO)
Inclusive Education Leader and several School Support Officers (SSOs) working with student with disabilities (SWD)
a Vocational Education and Training (VET)/Pathways Leader.
The Student Wellbeing Team are qualified teachers and SSOs with additional skills in promoting and supporting student learning and wellbeing.
The wellbeing team offers: · Help to manage relationships with family, teachers and peers · Facilitating restorative justice conversations which are aimed at fixing or resolving any harm caused (to people or property) · Support to manage issues of concern · Course and career guidance · Information about, and referrals to, external support agencies · Support to encourage attendance and learning at school. A common way the team can assist is by supporting students to share concerns with others, such as teachers, friends or parents. Outside of school it’s important for young people and their families to monitor their diet, sleep and exercise in order to support their wellbeing for learning. The school has access to a range of useful resources that students and families can use to monitor and improve mental health and wellbeing.