Student Services staff at Mindarie Senior College are a varied team, here to help and assist in the development of sound emotional, physical, spiritual, social and psychological health. Each member of the team has a specific role as outlined below.
Student Services staff focus on early intervention to assist students in need. The staff work interchangeably if required and will refer to external agencies if considered suitable. Staff are available to meet students, parents and caregivers confidentially.
Student Services staff include:
Jason Tan - Manager Student Services
Gemma Graffin (Mon & Tues) & Vicki Wilson (Thurs & Fri) - College Counsellor
Julie West (Tues & Fri) - Community Health Nurse
Jane Toomath - School Officer
Andrea Talbot - Attendance Officer
Tamrah Bartlett - Chaplain
Pamela Konijn - Year 11 Leader
Richelle McSweeney - Year 12 Leader
For general enquiries or if you are unable to reach the person you are hoping to contact, please contact Jane Toomath at Student Services Reception, 9304 5819.
Events managed by Student Services include: Transition from Year 10, Year 11 Orientation, Colours Evenings, College Ball, Year 12 Farewell Breakfast, Presentation Evening and Year 11 Reward Camp.
Student Support is also offered by Mrs Naomi Lucas in the area of academic support and Tracey Loughnan in the area of careers information.
The Academic Support Program at Mindarie Senior College is a unique program as it aims to enable all students to achieve to their full potential. For some students this will mean intensive support on a regular basis, whilst others will require assistance to enhance already sophisticated learning techniques and writing skills. As such, the Academic Support Program is multi-faceted and includes the following features;
- Teachers deliver small group tutoring in OLNA preparation and course work.
- Students are referred by teachers, parents or may self-refer for tutoring that specifically addresses their needs.
- Study skills workshops delivered by professional external providers
The Academic Support staff also includes a team of dedicated education assistants who work with students with disabilities in mainstream classes.
Please contact the Academic Support Coordinators Mrs Naomi Lucas or Mrs Richelle McSweeney on 9304 5800 for any further queries.