All members of the Wellbeing Team are available for students or families to speak to at any time. Please speak to Pastoral teachers, Team Leaders or Team Assistants for referral.
Sale College has a strong, well staffed Student Wellbeing Team. The team consists of the following specialists:
The Student Support Team assists students in a variety of ways, including day to day assistance with study and out of school life where needed.
This support includes:
Sale College was successful in being selected to participate in the Victorian Government’s Doctors in Secondary Schools program. Sale College is lucky enough to have a Nurse and a GP (general practitioner) from Inglis Street Medical Centre attend both campuses every Wednesday morning. The Doctor operates from the portable building behind the gym at Guthridge campus from 9:00am – 10:30 and from Macalister Campus 11:00am – 12:30 to provide free access to primary health care for secondary students at our school. The GP provides students with the same services as the kind normally provided by GPs in the community, including seeing students about their physical and mental health, and sexual and reproductive health issues. GPs may also make referrals to other health services as required. The GP will bulk bill consultations through Medicare, so there will be no out-of-pocket expenses for this service for your family.
This program is not designed to replace any existing medical arrangements your family may have in place. The GP in the school can provide a convenient alternative to primary care within school hours, and encourage health care access to those students without an existing relationship with a GP. The program is intended to provide better access to primary care for secondary school students.
If you would like to make an appointment please call or text 0437 513 410 or contact either campus front office.
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Stymie is an anonymous harm reporting tool that Sale College uses to support their students to say something without fear. Stymie works with school communities both nationally and internationally, to connect students with their empathy and conscience so that they can, in an empowered and courageous way, enhance or change the culture of care in their school.
Stymie has been built to support existing student well-being/pastoral care frameworks in schools and was built in consideration of the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework and the recommendations from the Australian Covert Bullying Prevalence Study.
Sale College is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider name and code: Department of Education and Training, 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au