Role of the Mentor Teacher

Mentor teachers form an integral role in the pastoral care of, and for, students across the College. The importance of mentor time in terms of providing an opportunity for dispersal of vital information, general organisation and health and well being checks, cannot be underestimated. There are clear areas of responsibility outlined for staff, in monitoring and managing the academic, social and emotional well being of their mentor group.

Pastoral Care Programs

The College offers a range of Pastoral Care initiatives which may include any of the following programs that have run previously:

Cyber Bullying Seminar Elevate Program
Yanchep National Park for a Sustainability project Senior School Enrichment Program
Lightning Carnival OLNA and Literacy and Numeracy conferencing
Bowling reward excursion Work Placement
Warwick Cinemas reward excursion Harmony Day
Harmony Day Careers Expo
Water Wise competition Health and Well-being Expo
PBS poster competition Year 12 Ball
Year 7 Thrive WA Year 12 Graduation Ceremony
Changing Minds Year 7 and 8 and 9 Headspace seminars
TransPerth Safety – Year 8 and 9 RAC bStreetsmart
Mentor Captain Breakfasts Year 11 Dinner Dance
World Asthma Day Year 10 River Cruise
Year 8 School Disco Changing Minds Year 10
World No Tobacco Day Mentor Captain Breakfast
Year 8 Immunisations Peer Support
National Day Against Bullying National Day against bullying
Lazer Tag Reward Excursion Thailand Trip
Footy Colours Day Footy Colours
R U OK Day Try a trade
Junior School Auction Get into It Resources Careers Event
 NAPLAN Conferencing Flexi P.A.R.T.Y. excursion
Skills West Expo