Wellbeing Support

Wellbeing relates to the state of being comfortable, healthy or happy. Hallett Cove School believes in promoting and maintaining positive wellbeing within the school community. Numerous studies suggest that with a positive wellbeing, students and staff alike, have better resilience and coping strategies, have a more positive outlook on life and are more likely to achieve success. 

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Student Wellbeing

Wellbeing relates to the state of being comfortable, healthy or happy. Hallett Cove School believes in promoting and maintaining positive wellbeing within the school community. Numerous studies suggest that with a positive wellbeing, students and staff alike, have better resilience and coping strategies, have a more positive outlook on life and are more likely to achieve success. 

At Hallett Cove School we actively address student wellbeing though:

  • A focus on our whole school values: Listening, Organisation, Respect,
  • Our carefully constructed Pastoral Care program
  • Special focus days held each term. For example; Harmony day, IDAHOBIT day, RUOK day.
  • Lunchtime clubs, including; Yoga, Gay Straight Alliance.

However, sometimes life throws us a curve ball and it is okay to seek help.

If and when the need arises, student can access the school Student Wellbeing team service.

Alternatively click on the links to the following services below to chat online or find out more information.

Wellbeing Support

The Student Wellbeing team is available to all students and members of the school community. The Counselling Service is there to provide confidential help and support. Hallett Cove School aims to help students cope more effectively with pathway development and personal or emotional difficulties that may arise during their time at school.

Student Wellbeing staff are generally contactable on weekdays from 8.00am – 4:30pm during term time.

Making Appointments

STUDENTS:

Appointments can be booked:

  • by directly emailing the Student Wellbeing staff 
  • in person at the Wellbeing Area before or after school, at recess or lunch break
  • via another teacher or leader.

NON-STUDENTS:

Appointments can be booked:

  • by phoning the Student Wellbeing team directly
  • by directly emailing the Student Wellbeing member you wish to see
    or through contact with another staff member

In An Emergency

If you need to talk to someone urgently, or if you need emergency medical or psychiatric help, here are some suggestions of 24 hour services whom to contact:

  • Kids Help Line 1800 551 800 (free call)
  • Parent Help Line 1300 364 100
  • Crisis Care 131 611
  • Life Line 131 114
  • Youth Health Line 1300 131 719

 

Meet The Wellbeing Team

Eleana Meliniotis

Eleana Meliniotis

Counsellor (7-12)

Stuart Kenny

Stuart Kenny

Counsellor (7-12)

Gabrielle Rinaldi

Gabrielle Rinaldi

Counsellor (7-12)

Julie Clifton

Julie Clifton

Counsellor (Junior School)

Social Inclusion Worker 

Julie.Clifton@hcs.sa.edu.au