Centralian Senior College has a full time school based counsellor whose role is to increase the capacity of the school to enhance the mental health and social and emotional wellbeing of the school community. This is achieved by:
• Supporting students and their families by providing information, counselling, mediation, advocacy, referral and linkages with external agencies.
• Short term support and referrals for staff.
• Promotion of the emotional and social wellbeing of the College community through whole school programmes (see link to the Love Bites programme) and information.
• Contribution to College policies and practices.
• Providing information to classes and facilitating sessions on topics of interest such as Asperger’s Syndrome, study skills, time management.
• Assistance to teachers by being involved in meetings with students/parents/carers, supporting students who are at academic risk and have any other social and emotional issues.
Social and Emotional wellbeing Local Youth Services – Alice Springs
- Alice Springs Youth Accommodation Support Services (ASYASS) Ph 89534200
- Central Australian Aboriginal Congress
o Youth Team – 89533633
o Men’s Health – 89584567
- Central Australia Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Youth Team – 89515950
- Central Australia Women’s Legal Service (CAWLS) – 89524055, freecall 1800014055
- Headspace Central Australia – 89584544
- Relationships Australia – 89504100
- Sexual Assault Centre (SARC) - 89554500
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Dear parents & community members,
Another busy and successful semester of learning has concluded for our students. Congratulations to all students who have made progress and achievement with their learning goals.
All families are asked to discuss the Year 12 Work Completion and Year 10 / 11 Semester 1 reports recently posted home. Let us all continue to work together to identify and implement improvement strategies, so students can achieve to even higher levels.
On Monday 19 August (Week 5 Term 3), all staff will be participating in a Relationship Based Learning—Instructional Practices workshop focused on refining a shared and common understanding of what quality teaching and learning looks like at Centralian Senior College. There will be no Year 10-12 classes operating on this Whole School Professional Development Day, which has been approved by College Council and the NT Department of Education. Study support will be available for Year 12 students in the Year 12 Study Centre on this day.
During the upcoming break Year 12 Girls Academy students will be participating in National Girls Academy Summit in Sydney. Our Year 10 Certificate II Rural Operations students Leisha Bosel-Cross, Taylah Lankin and Ziggy SolcZaniuk will be displaying their cattle handling skill at the Alice Springs Show.
To all students, families and staff, have a well earnt break—with Year 12 students continuing some study, revision and catch-up if needed, as they recharge their batteries for the run down the home straight of Semester 2.
Tony Collins — Principal
- Mon 15 July Year 12 Semester 1 exams commence (third week of holiday break)
- Tue 23 Jul Term 3 classes commence
- Tue 30 Jul College Council meeting from 5.30pm
- Thu 8 Aug Year 12 Parent / Teacher / Student interviews from 5.30pm
- Tue 13 Aug Year 10 & 11 students attend Skills, Employment & Careers Expo at Convention Centre
- Mon 19 Aug Whole School Professional Development Day - no classes operating (Study Support available for Year 12 students)
- Mon 26 Aug VET Intensive week for Year 10 Students - no Year 10 classes operate