The smaller class sizes at Carinity Education – Southside allow students to receive a high amount of personalised attention from teachers.
A youth worker is always on hand during class to support the learning needs of each student.
Staff are available for one-on-one mentoring of students if required.
Course delivery and assessment is tailored to meet the individual learning needs and preferred learning styles of the students.
Carinity Education – Southside employs an Indigenous Youth and Family Support worker. She is available to see any students or their family members who would like assistance in re-engaging in education or require personal support to re-engage.
We maintain strong links with Indigenous youth and health services and our Indigenous Youth and Family support worker is able to link students and families with those services.
Participation in cultural events and opportunities organised by our Indigenous Youth and Family Support worker is voluntary.
Where students require professional counselling referrals are made in conjunction with the Assistant Principal – Student Support.
The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Australian Government Department of Education.
This project was funded by the Australian Government Department of Education under the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program.