Learning Support Coordinator
Carcoola’s Student Services aims to provide a sound and well structured support system for students. The Learning Support Coordinator (LSC) consults and liaises with the School Principal, Deputy Principal, the School Psychologist, Chaplain and other outside agencies such as disabilities services, consulting teachers, parents and staff to address student needs.
The LSC also collaborates with class teachers, the literacy and numeracy specialists and student services team to ensure Students at Educational Risk have appropriate learning programs. Students with medical health issues such as anaphylaxis, asthma and epilepsy are also monitored by the LSC.
School chaplaincy is a program officially endorsed by the Education Department and provided by YouthCARE WA who provide training, counselling and supervision to their Chaplains. The Chaplain’s primary role is to cultivate the personal and social wellbeing of students, their families and staff in need of social, emotional, mental, physical and spiritual support from a non-denominational perspective. This involves building relationships and supporting students, families and staff one on one and in small groups as needed, and during critical incidences. If you would like to see the Chaplain, or seek support for your child, ask your child’s teacher or the office to send a message to the Chaplain.
A School Psychologist visits the school once a fortnight on Wednesday. Referrals to the school psychologist are to be made through the Learning Support Coordinator. The primary role of the School Psychologist is to support teaching staff in providing the best educational programs for all students, and that ALL students can access the curriculum and haave the skills to do so.