The wellbeing of our students is a priority for the Cardijn community.
We are committed to catering for individual needs and differences of all our students and to enhancing the opportunity for all students to achieve. To us, our students need to grow academically, emotionally, socially and spiritually.
There are two main areas of focus with student wellbeing:
Cyber bullying: information technology has brought so many benefits to young people – in the classroom and socially. However, cyber bullying is also a growing issue.
Counselling: Sometimes students need support and professional advice in dealing with their growing and ever-changing world.
The College has a team of two teacher student counsellors and three social workers, supported by a network of external agencies, who aim to:
Students have the opportunity to book an appointment with any of our counsellors through the staff at Student Reception. Students, parents and the wider Cardijn community are also welcome to access the Wellbeing Centre for resources, information or to speak to a counsellor.
Appointments can be made through Student Reception, via email or by seeing a counsellor personally.
For more information please call Reception on 8392 9500.