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THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
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KARALUNDI REPORT FOR 2015
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Worried About The Transition To A Boarding School?
Student Well-Being Is A Priority
The National School Chaplaincy And Student Welfare Program aims to provide support to students as they cope with the transition from living in their home communities to living in a boarding school environment.
The school chaplain at Karalundi runs youth club programs which students can choose to attend. The activities at the youth club enable the chaplain to develop a trusting relationship with students in a non-threatening environment. The students can then choose to seek one-on-one support from the chaplain if they wish to.
The chaplain works in consultation with the school nurse either referring students to the nurse or working with students who have been referred from the nurse.
The school chaplain delivers a RELIGIOUS Education program to the students during school hours. This program is not funded by the THE NATIONAL SCHOOL CHAPLAINCY AND STUDENT WELFARE PROGRAM. Other programs, such as the youth club, that are run outside of the school hours, are funded by THE NATIONAL SCHOOL CHAPLAINCY AND STUDENT WELFARE PROGRAM.
If a student wishes to have a one-on-one session with the chaplain then they can either approach the chaplain directly, make an appointment through the school office or speak to any teacher or dorm staff.
Any complaints regarding the activities of the chaplain should be directed to the principal either in writing or in person.
Community consultation regarding the activities of the chaplain occurs once a year at the Annual General Meeting. Community members can make comments or submissions to the AGM through any Association member.
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. Any evaluation surveys conducted must ask participants if they are aware of the source of funding for the activity and, if so, how they became aware of the funding source. The Funding Recipient must provide to the Australian Government or its agent, if requested, any National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program materials for placement on the department’s website, or for use in any other Australian Government or departmental publication.