Sathya Sai College has pastoral carers who provide that extra support to individual students who may benefit from:
Its aim is to assist the spiritual and emotional wellbeing of students, staff and parents of the college. Chaplains help students explore the spiritual dimensions of life and assist them in dealing with personal issues.
The program respects and supports a range of religious beliefs.
The Student Welfare Program is funded by the Australian Government, with the school matching the government grant.
Children in need can receive help either by:
Please be assured that all personal matters are kept confidential. The Pastoral Care Coordinator abides by the National School Chaplaincy/ Student Welfare Program Code of Conduct.
The Pastoral Care Coordinator works closely with teachers and attends staff meetings. She assists in developing excellent policies and the EHV program within the college, to enhance character education. She is also in contact with a Community Network of helping agencies and is able to assess and refer students or parents to appropriate family support services.
Raising children is a wonderful job - and a very challenging role. Sometimes parents/carers may need more information, or someone to talk to about these challenges. Parents are most welcome to have a chat with our carers who have provided support for: