Students at Port Macquarie Campus feel supported, encouraged and inspired by staff that is willing to provide the extra assistance necessary to help them to achieve their best academically, culturally, on the sporting field and in community participation.
Students are supported in their education in a variety of ways, including support from the Head Teacher of Welfare, the Learning and Support Team (LAST), Year Advisors and Pastoral Care Teachers.
Students are also supported by two trained Counsellors whose primary responsibilities are to provide confidential counselling and support to students and their families.
The school is also fortunate to have the services of an Aboriginal Education Officer (AEO). Angela, the AEO, is available to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in their schooling and organises a variety of cultural activities throughout the year.
Student success is celebrated and documented as part of our “Learning Expectations” and student merit and reward system.
Our student discipline system is focused on the rights of the teacher to teach and the students to learn, while also providing strong welfare support for students.