COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS

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Communication Protocols

Lines of Communication

This information is provided to you to facilitate communication between home and the College. Any concerns can be addressed promptly if directed to the correct staff member.

To assist you and your child, the table below details the lines for effective communication within the College.

Please note that the College Reception hours are 8.00am – 4:00pm Monday to Friday

Learning
Wellbeing
First

Matters relating to specific subjects, learning and teaching, which include assignments and tests, homework, resources and equipment, are directed to the Subject Teacher in the first instance

First

Matters relating to student wellbeing, illness and notes, issues at home, uniform requirements, daily planning, issues with public transport, student health, day to day arrangements are directed to your child’s Home Room Teacher in the first instance

Next

If you require further information regarding the above subject matters please contact the relevant Leader of Learning (College Leadership).

Next

If you require further information regarding the above matters please contact the relevant Leader of Wellbeing (College Leadership).

As well

If it is a specific learning support question you may wish to consult with the Learning Support Leader  (Mrs Chris Robilliard)

As well

At this stage you may wish to involve a College Counsellor (Mrs Tatjana Domazet or Mrs Tamara Goldrick)

Or

If it is a question specific to Careers, TAFE, work placement, university entrance you may wish to consult the Careers and Pathways Advisor
(Mrs Pauline Dibb)

Or

If it is a question specific to Careers Wellbeing, TAFE, work placement/ experience, university entrance you may wish to consult the Careers and Pathways Advisor
(Mrs Pauline Dibb)

Then

The Director of Studies collaborates with the Leaders of Learning for matters related to learning: student assessment and reporting, student illness and misadventure, minimum standards and NESA requirements. (Mrs Sandra Haines)

Then

Then the Leader of Wellbeing, who collaborates with the Year group Leaders of Wellbeing for matters related to: student behaviour and management, discipline issues, detentions, student progress and absences.
(Mr Steve Hopley)

Then

The Assistant Principal who works in conjunction with the Director of Studies on all areas of the College related to Curriculum and learning and teaching.
(Mr Peter Higgins)

Then

The Assistant Principal who works in conjunction with the Leader of Wellbeing on all areas of the College related to student wellbeing.
(Mr Peter Higgins)

Then

The Principal
All appointments with Mr Hildebrandt are to be made via Linda Selfridge (02) 4352 9817  

Then

The Principal
All appointments with Mr Hildebrandt are to be made via Mrs Linda Selfridge (02) 4352 9817