I’m thrilled to launch our new website which has been a significant undertaking for the college this year. Our aim was to deliver a website that provides the college and broader community with a positive user experience and enables you to engage and connect with us in a way you haven’t been able to previously.
I hope the site provides you with a much deeper insight into the wonderful opportunities and experiences the college offers and exemplifies how we live the college values in everything we do.
I encourage you to take the time to explore the site and immerse yourself in all that the college has to offer.
At Gisborne Secondary College we aim to provide a safe, respectful and inclusive environment for students and their families. We place a high priority on the wellbeing of all members within the college community. We understand the relationship between wellbeing and student outcomes, and take an integrated approach to wellbeing. All staff play an important role in wellbeing and this includes: mentors, classroom teachers, year level leaders and principal class.
All Gisborne Secondary College Staff are committed and enforce “Child Safe Standards”.
There can be factors which will impact on a student’s capacity to engage in their learning, the Wellbeing Team can provide support to both students and families during these times. We also provide preventative supports for teachers through curriculum and professional development and for students and their families. We work closely with Program for Students with Disabilities (PSD) team and the Careers team.
We have a dedicated Wellbeing Team to support wellbeing practices throughout the college.
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Gisborne Secondary College acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as the traditional owners of the country upon which we learn and work. We recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging.