Who can help?
All students are expected to accept the opportunity to learn and not distract others from learning. However, not one of us is on our own. At Proserpine, people are available to help. Outside assistance can be recommended if required. Your Care Group teacher is often the first person to approach.
Harassment (Verbal or Physical)
Year Co-ordinator/s, Care Group Teachers, Administration or Behaviour Support Teachers.
Guidance Officer, Youth Support Co-ordinator or Student Welfare Officer.
School Based Youth Health Nurse, Guidance Officer, Behaviour Support Teachers, Student Welfare Officer, Youth Support Co-ordinator, Year Co-ordinator/s or a teacher with whom you feel secure.
The school has people trained to help in this area. They are: Mrs. Rudinski, Mr. Oliver and Mrs. Rodgers.
Study and Organisational Skills
Heads of Department, Year Co-ordinator/s, Youth Support Co-ordinator, Student Welfare Officer, or Behaviour Support Teachers.
Guidance Officer. Support and referrals: Transition Pathways Officer.
Health Advice: physical, emotional or mental
School Based Youth Health Nurse. Youth Support Coordinator. Your school nurse is someone you can talk to in private about relationships, help with health information, health, eating and exercise, feeling unhappy, sexual health, smoking, alcohol and other drugs, stress, puberty.
Remember, you are not alone, your friends, parents, Care Group Teachers, Year Co-ordinator/s, Behaviour Support Teachers, Guidance Officer or Deputy Principals are available to assist you. Deputy Principals are available to assist you. Students are encouraged to “stand up” against bullying by reporting anonymously incidents of harassment, harm and bullying they witness via