Thank you to the 125 parents/carers who joined in on our parent webinar on Wednesday  3 June. We received some really positive and constructive feedback and we look forward to presenting more webinars for parents/carers in the future.

Transition to on-campus learning was really smooth, which is credit to teachers and students as well as parents/carers. Everyone should be very proud of how they have handled such a difficult and challenging time.
Now that we are heading into school holidays, it is really important that students get a break. It has been an emotional rollercoaster with lots of change and now is a good time to recharge and relax. I encourage all parent/cares to make sure their child takes a break from their studies over the holidays, stays connected with friends and enjoys engaging in their hobbies/interests.

Telehealth/video counselling

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, some counselling services are offering counselling online via telehealth and video counselling. On the senior campus we have put a laptop in the wellness room to enable students who are receiving external counselling via telehealth/video access to these appointments at school. Headspace are now offering doctors appointments via telehealth on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. If students need to attend a doctor but cannot attend after school, they can make the appointment during schools hours and use the laptop in the wellness room.

Mr Paul Graham
Manager of Student Wellbeing