Amy & Megan’s role is Student Wellbeing.
They are available for all students as a counsellor to support and assist them through
issues and/or concerns they may be experiencing.
Amy and Megan are available to meet with students, parents, carers and teachers by
Students may self-refer using the ‘Desktop Icon’ or be referred directly by parents carers
Their office is in the Student Wellbeing Area > Student Services
Amy is available Monday,Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays.
Megan is currently on Monday, Wednesday and Thursdays.
/ WELLBEING OFFICERS -
/ AMY QUARRELL & MEGAN LUCAS
/ MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER - CHRIS SCANLON
His appointment is part of a Victorian Government statewide initiative to provide schools with specialist mental health workers.
Chris is working Thursday and Friday’s with the school’s Wellbeing Team and available on a referral basis to support and assist students and their families.
As a Social Worker Chris has worked in the mental health field in both community and clinical settings.
/ KATE EVERY - SECONDARY SCHOOL NURSE
Hello everyone, my name is Kate Every and I am very excited to join your fantastic school as the new Secondary School nurse.
I live on the Bellarine and love the beach and camping with my family.
I also have a hugely satisfying and rewarding career as an oncology nurse at the Andrew Love Centre caring for all generations affected by cancer.
My role as a Secondary School Nurse is to support the health and well being of students at CSC. I plan on doing this through classroom and small
group sessions on health promotion and health education in areas of adolescent health. In addition I will offer confidential health support, individually to students.
My role doesn’t specifically include first aid so continue to see your designated first aid officer at school.
You will find me at school on Wednesday’s and Thursdays in the well being area, so please come and say Hi and let me know if I can help you out at school.
/ DOCTORS IN SECONDARY SCHOOL PROGRAM (DISS)
- DR ROBYN WALKER & NURSE SANDY DARWIN
Doctors in Secondary Schools Program (DISS) is running again at CSC for 2020.
Dr Robyn Walker MBBS FRACGP is the GP that visits the school every Thursday, within the school term. Sandy Darwin is the Nurse associated with the DISS program.
The Dr’s Clinic is a Bulk Bill service, which means: no charge to your child.
Dr Walker is available by appointment on Thursdays to see young people at school.
Students can drop in to see the nurse on a Thursday to make an appointment with the Doctor or through the Wellbeing Team at CSC.