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The promotion of wellbeing occurs in safe relationships where our strengths are celebrated, our potential is encouraged and our voices are heard. Then, and only then, can our brains be open to expanding our cognitive capacities for learning and thriving throughout our lives. - salutegenetics.com.au

Student Wellbeing

“Positive wellbeing leads to positive academic outcomes”

Student wellbeing encompasses engagement, relationships, meaning, accomplishment, sleep, nutrition, living optimistically, physical activity, and position emotion.

At MAC, we consider student wellbeing to be an essential part of every student’s learning.

We have a dedicated student wellbeing and engagement team to ensure students feel safe, engaged and connected at school.

The team is lead by Kate Stevanovic Leading Teacher Student Engagement.

Positive Behaviours Program

We use a Positive Behaviours Program in all classes with an Expectations Matrix that outlines appropriate behaviour and responsibilities for all students

Student Engagement Team

  • Leading Teacher Student Empowerment – Duncan Hillier
  • Heads of House
    • Apollo – Jordan Donnelly
    • Artemis – Tom Grocott
    • Athena – Sarah Radford
    • Poseidon – Shannon McVeigh
  • Junior School Transitions & Programs – Claire Runci
  • Leading Teacher Senior School Academic Advisor – Nicole Lawrence
  • Senior School Academic Coach – Richard Van Rooyen
  • Careers & Pathways Coordinator – Fiona Smith and Alison Lovett
  • Community Engagement Liaison Officer – Warsan Tubea
  • Community Education Nurse – Michelle Hynson
  • Attendance and First Aid Officer – Helen Gatford

Student Wellbeing Team

  • Student Wellbeing Coordinator – Clark Mitchell
  • Mental Health Practitioner – Elaine Wong
  • Disability Inclusion Coordinator – Ally Paleologoudias
  • Learning Support Officers – Joe D’Andrea, Marie Foca-Cunha, Anita Dhawan, Halima Malaakh, Mati Idle, and Angelique Maloney-Ray


Expectations Matrix


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The weekly Mentoring program aims to promote resilience and develop social and emotional competencies. The Mentoring program is guided by evidence-based principles of positive psychology, Respectful Relationships and aligns with the Victoria Curriculum for personal and social capabilities.

The Mentoring lessons are developed to meet the individual needs of our students, encouraging strength-based learning and identity formation. The program also consists of practical life skills covering areas of career and pathway planning and school connectedness. Student voice is celebrated through Whole School and House Assemblies.

Students are assigned to a Mentoring class when they enrol and their Mentoring teacher is the student’s and the family’s first point of contact for any concerns.

Students who require more individual support and counselling for their mental health and other concerns can access the Wellbeing team in the Wellbeing Hub.

Community School Since 1858

Mount Alexander College is located where Flemington National School was established in 1858. The school, which has undergone many changes, has always served the community.

Contact Us

Email: mount.alexander.712@education.vic.gov.au
Phone: 0393761622
Fax: 0393765232
Address: 78 Wellington St, Flemington VIC 3031
Provider No.: 00861K

Mount Alexander College is accredited under the Department of Education and Training’s CRICOS registration (CRICOS provider name and code: Department of Education and Training, 00861K). For further information refer to www.study.vic.gov.au.

Mount Alexander College acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations, the Traditional Owners of the land on whose unceded lands the school stands, and pay our respects to their Elders, past and present.