Student counselling

School counsellors are experienced teachers who have a degree in psychology and post-graduate qualifications in school counselling. They can work with students of all ages and their families, throughout their school years.

For information in community languages see school counselling service.

The school counsellor can also assist students who may be feeling extremely sad or anxious. Contact us if you would like to make an appointment.

It is important to seek help early if you notice any major change in your child's behaviour.

Each year group has a Year Adviser whose role is one of care. Parents are encouraged to contact the Year Adviser regarding matters of general progress and adjustment to the school. All matters are dealt with sympathetically and in confidence.

The School Counsellor is at the school (four days a week) and provides a range of skills and knowledge to help students and parents. Interviews are arranged directly with the Counsellor.