Every student is valued as unique with individual gifts, areas for development and learning styles. We recognise the importance of development across all aspects of personal growth including academic, emotional, social, cultural, spiritual and physical development.
Amongst the many specialist staff that attend to these needs is our Educational Psychologist. The Educational Psychologist monitors the progress of all students across the College and uses a comprehensive series of best practice assessments to develop individual student success programs. In some cases this may mean the development of an Individual Learning Plan (ILP), one on one coaching sessions or small group facilitation.
The Educational Psychologist also plays a critical role in providing confidential counselling services to all students and actively liaises with staff and parents to support student well-being in both individual and general terms.
The Educational Psychologist works particularly closely with staff across the College from Reception to Year 12, offering expert advice on differentiation strategies and providing valuable input to the work of our highly successful Student Assistance and Success Teams that operate in direct response to student’s learning and emotional needs.