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 therapeutic support is required, we action and support referrals to external agencies and practitioners.
All Sub School staff are trained in mental health first aid.
All College staff are trained to recognise and respond to student wellbeing needs.
The Sub School Team is the first point of contact for all student wellbeing support.
Referrals to the Allied Health Team and Support Services will be initiated by the Sub School as required.
If a student or parent is wishing to access wellbeing support at Gleneagles, they need to contact their Sub School Team.
For non-urgent wellbeing inquiries you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org
For after-hours support contact your GP or access a 24-hour hotline or service.
Please refer to the GSC Guide to Wellbeing further detail of how to access wellbeing support at the College, self-care strategies and links to community service and helplines.