SchoolTV

Online wellbeing resource

www.mountalexandercollege.vic.schooltv.me

At Mount Alexander College we understand the importance of student wellbeing and resilience. Experience tells us that happy and well cared for students learn best. We also understand that today’s parents face a multitude of challenges raising happy, well and resilient children. To assist our parents, we are pleased to announce that we’ve partnered with ‘SchoolTV’ – a new online resource designed to empower parents with credible information which includes realistic, practical and ongoing support strategies.

We are giving parents access to a cross section of Australia’s leading experts, all in one window. You get videos from experts, articles by recognised organisations and a range of tools, links and resources, in bite-sized pieces of information.

Each month SchoolTV will explore a range of different topics that are impacting on youth today. You can view the latest edition here.

SchoolTV

Today parents face a multitude of modern day challenges in raising happy, well and resilient young people. Whilst there is a great deal of information available, this can often be confusing and overwhelming for parents looking for guidance. SchoolTV addresses this as a new online resource designed to empower you as parents with credible and sound information with realistic, practical ongoing support strategies.

Student Wellbeing Team

Leading Teaching Student Engagement: Lynn Bentley
Student Wellbeing Coordinator: Carmel Nielsen
Leading Teacher Student Empowerment: Kate Stevanovic
Community Education Nurse: Michelle Hynson
Careers & Pathways: Alison Lovett
Youth Worker: Clark Mitchell
Community Liaison Worker: Halima Malikh
Community Youth Workers: Fahima Mohamud
GP In School: TBA
Practice Nurse: Carole Preston

Student Engagement Team

Leading Teaching Student Engagement: Lynn Bentley
Heads of House:

Artemis: Stephanie Balaburov
Poseidon: Sophie Dalabiras
Apollo: Konrad Sosnowski
Athena: Ben Huynh-Diep

School Attendance Officer: Frances D’Andrea
Student Wellbeing Coordinator: Carmel Nielsen
Senior School Academic Advisor: Michael Buckingham
Junior School Transition & Programs Coordinator: Claire Runci