Mount Carmel College is committed to providing a high level of support to students, families and staff via our experienced and compassionate counsellors.
Mount Carmel College works with parents/caregivers and the College Community to support Aboriginal/Indigenous students’ wellbeing, learning and positive choices. Individual learning and case management support is available.
At Mount Carmel College, our EALD (English as an Additional Language or Dialect) teachers offer specialised support to facilitate improved outcomes for EALD students. They identify, monitor and report individual learners’ needs and develop teaching programs in consultation with classroom teachers to provide learning opportunities to meet those needs.
The National Schools Chaplaincy Program (NSCP) is a support program for families, students and staff. Participation is voluntary.
The National Schools Chaplaincy Program (NSCP), is funded by the federal government and the State Government administers it to fund school chaplaincy/Youth Minister/Pastoral Care services.
Objectives of the Program at Mount Carmel College
The objectives of the National Chaplaincy Program is to assist the Mount Carmel College community to provide pastoral care and general spiritual, social and emotional comfort to all students, irrespective of their faith or beliefs. This can include support and guidance about ethics, values, relationships and spiritual issues; the provision of student welfare; and enhancing engagement with the broader community.
The program provides support for families, students and staff. Participation in the program is voluntary.
Complementary to other services
The program complements the ministry of staff at Mount Carmel College. It complements the role of:
The handling of complaints
Anyone who has a complaint about the program is encouraged to raise their concerns by contacting the College Principal on 8447 0500.
School community Consultation
The College consults with the community in various ways for the priorities for the program.