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|Systems||Detentions | Uniform | Attendance | Smoking | Referral process | Serious student offending | Assessment in senior school|
|Student Support||Guidance | Discipline | Code of behaviour|
|Staff||Duty | Minibuses | Use of facilities | Misc | EOTC | Appraisal|
THE DIRECTOR OF STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES AND COUNSELLORS HAVE OFFICES IN THE STUDENT SUPPORT CENTRE BEHIND THE LIBRARY.
RECEPTIONIST - Makes appointments for Health Clinic counsellors in the Student Support Centre.
The Counsellors can help students:
- Cope with a personal problem
- Learn new ways of getting on with parents or friends
- Cope when under a lot of stress
The Careers Suite is in A Block. The Careers Advisers can help students:
- Find out about and decide on a career
- Choose subjects
- Organise themselves for study
The Guidance counsellors can help staff:
- Understand a particular student’s need
- Manage the behaviourally difficult
- Refer to outside agencies
Students make Careers appointments by:
- Collecting a form from the Careers Suite.
- Filling in their name and form class.
- Returning form to the box provided.
- Picking up the form later in the day.
NB Students are to take appointment slips to the teacher of the class they will be missing (except in emergencies) and get his or her signature before coming to the appointment.
Students must bring a permission letter from home to the Student Support Centre. They will issue a Leaver's card and explain the leaving process . NOTE: students not transferring to another school, going on a course or to a job should make an appointment with a Careers Counsellor first.