Team

Team

The role of the Student Services Team is to provide support to students and staff, and the promotion of a positive, caring School environment.

The Deputy Principal has overall responsibility for leading and managing the Team, and the delivery of pastoral care programs within the School.

The position of Program Coordinator is responsible for the overall welfare of students in their respective Year group through the implementation of Pastoral Care programs. They work collaboratively with other members of the Student Services Team to provide an environment that nurtures the emotional, physical and academic well-being of all students.

There are two Program Coordinator positions:

  • Program Coordinator – Student Services (Lower School)
  • Program Coordinator – Student Services (Upper School)

The Engagement Officer is responsible for the identification and support of students at risk of disengagement to continue their education at school. They work collaboratively with other members of the Student Services Team to provide an environment that nurtures the emotional, physical and academic wellbeing of all students.

The School Chaplain offers a sensitive Christian presence in the School community, representing the local Churches in a broad, non-sectarian sense and offers services to students, staff and parents/caregivers as requested and appropriate.

The School Nurse is involved in health education, health promotion and early intervention.  The position involves providing accurate information to enable students to make informed decisions about health care. In addition, the School Nurse seeks to support parents/caregivers in the care of adolescent children. The School Nurse is appointed through the Department of Health.

The School Psychologist is appointed through the North Metropolitan Region Education Office to service Swan View Senior High School. The position is responsible for assisting the School by promoting system initiatives and providing support and quality assurance to enhance outcomes.

The Year Coordinator offers a broad range of support in the area of pastoral care including attendance, behaviour management where required, and academic progress and provides a communication link between students, parents/caregivers and the School.

There are six Year Coordinator positions:

  • Year 7 Coordinator
  • Year 8 Coordinator
  • Year 9 Coordinator
  • Year 10 Coordinator
  • Year 11 Coordinator
  • Year 12 Coordinator