Crusoe College has developed a model of supporting students through a whole college approach to Wellbeing. It aims to recognise the changes and developments that are occurring for young people across Transition from Primary School to Secondary School and moving toward transition to further education or alternate pathway directions.

To support the significant changes occurring for young people at this time and in preparing them moving toward adulthood, Crusoe College has developed a Wellbeing strategy across the college to support individual students, families and communities to support young people to reach their potential.

Advisors play a pivotal role for each student in delivery of the core values and concepts and as a first point of call into basic wellbeing support that students may require. The Advisory Teacher should be a family’s and student’s first point of call to discuss issues relating to your child.

Additional support is available to students if required through a member of the Wellbeing team. The Wellbeing team is made up of various support staff that can support students on a daily basis including an individualised Wellbeing Support Worker, a Chaplain, and a School Nurse amongst other specific workers including a Koori Support Worker, a Pathways Worker, a Program for Students with Disabilities Coordinator and various other support programs and people.