Our student services team is here to support students, families and staff. We work closely with staff and collaborate with a wide range of outside agencies to assist in catering for students with a range of pastoral care, academic, attentional, social, emotional and behavioural needs, as well as support teachers to cater for students who have a diagnosed disability or who have been identified as gifted and talented.
Success Primary School’s Student Services team consists of:
Please see your child’s classroom teacher if you require any support or wish to discuss your child’s needs. They will then meet with members of the Student Services team to develop an action plan.
Click on the link below to view the guidelines our staff follow:
As part of the School Psychology Service, our School Psychologist provides support to the school as part of our student services team. Referrals to the Student Services team are managed using a collaborative approach to determine the most appropriate support for each student. Please refer to our Students At Educational Risk Flowchart for further information on our referral process.
Requests for service, data collection and information from the School Psychologist will be considered in light of the school’s priorities, School Psychologist case load and what is considered essential to the improvement of educational outcomes and wellbeing of students.
The School Psychologist provides support to the school in the areas of behaviour, learning, mental health and wellbeing. Psychological service can be consultation, assessment, referrals to relevant agencies or supporting staff in implementing interventions such as individual student plans. The School Psychologist role at Success Primary School does not include individual student counselling.
Parental consent is required for the School Psychologist to be involved in supporting your child. For access to Student Services support, please make an appointment with your child’s teacher to discuss your child’s support needs or concerns you may have.