At Brunswick Secondary College, our aim is for our students to feel positive, connected and empowered.
The school-wide approach to positive behaviours prioritises caring relationships and mutual respect.
An embedded Home Group (pastoral care) program for Year 7 to Year 12 targets the social and emotional needs of students in each year level.
A Peer Support program aids our Year 7 students as they transition into secondary school
An extensive Cocurricular Program ensures that students can find connections with others, and continue to build upon these based on their personal attributes, interests and talents.
Finally, the multi-disciplinary staff in the Student Wellbeing team provide a caring, wrap-around approach to our students and further opportunities to enhance student wellbeing and connectedness.
|Parentline||Parentline is a confidential telephone counselling service providing professional counselling and support for parents and care-givers.
Tel: 13 22 89
|Safe Schools Hub||The Safe Schools Hub contains information about student wellbeing for schools, parents and students themselves. The comprehensive Parent-section provides information about The National Safe Schools Framework, and information & resources that you may find useful in helping to make your child’s school experience a positive and happy one.|
|Anglicare||Parent Zone is a magazine containing a wide range of information and resources for parents. It is produced by Anglicare.|
|Merri Community Health Services||Merri Community Health provides mental health, general health, dental and other services for children, youth and adults. They offer a range of programs and groups to support parents and carers.|
|Headspace||Mental health information, support and resources for young people and their parents/carers. Phone, web chat and email counselling available 24/7 via eheadspace.|
|Moreland City Council||Moreland Youth Services is a department in Council dedicated to providing a range of program, opportunities and support to young people in Moreland.|