Gleneagles Secondary College empowers learners to be confident, resilient and successful citizens who positively engage within their community and flourish as individuals.

To achieve this, we place a high importance on student health and wellbeing.

We focus on teaching and supporting students to develop self-help strategies. We create an environment that maximises students’ time in the classroom.

Where support is required, we have an outstanding team of practitioners as well as relationships with external agencies that provide specialised support.

Gleneagles Secondary College Wellbeing practices are evidence based and informed by the following frameworks:

  • School Wide Positive Behaviour Support (SWPBS)
  • Berry Street Education Model (BSEM)
  • Resilience, Rights and Respectful Relationships(RRRR)
  • BeYou –Beyond Blue




Sub School Allied Health Inclusion Support Services Assistant Principal
  • Engagement (Year Level) Leaders
  • Team Leaders
  • Youth Support Officers
  • Wellbeing Coordinator
  • Youth Worker
  • Mental Health Practicioner
  • Inclusion Support Officers
  • PSD / SEA Co-ordinator
  • Inclusion Leader
  • Adolescent Health Nurse
  • Doctors in Schools  
  • DET Student Support Services
  • Assistant Principal -Positive Climate


The Year Level Team is the first point of contact for all student wellbeing support. Referrals to the Wellbeing Team and Support Services will generally be initiated by the Year Level Team as required. If a student or parent/carer is wishing to access wellbeing support at Gleneagles, please contact the relevant Year Level Team.


Year Level Team (yrs 7 & 8) juniorschool@gleneagles.vic.edu.au
Year Level Team (yrs 9 & 10) middleschool@gleneagles.vic.edu.au
Year Level Team (yrs 11 & 12) seniorschool@gleneagles.vic.edu.au


Direct support is available by contacting Verna or Belle at: wellbeing@gleneagles.vic.edu.au


Doctors in Secondary School Program is available Fridays 9:30am-1pm. Please email Allied Health to book: wellbeing@gleneagles.vic.edu.au


(Left of screen): Belinda Zikas (Mental Health Practitioner)

(Right of screen): Verna Randone (Wellbeing Coordinator)