Our Student Services team is divided into 2 parts:
The Lower School team (Years 7 – 9) – located in the C Block at the front of the school
The Upper School team (Years 10 – 12) – located in the H Block
Our Student Services team consists of a number of specialist staff who work in partnership with our teachers, parents and where required, outside support agencies to improve the education outcomes for all of our students.
The Lower School Student Services team consists of a Year Coordinator for each year level and a Student Services Manager. The Upper School team consists of a Year Coordinator, a Student Services Manager and teachers who support students in Vocational Education and Training.
The focus for the Student Services team is to engage with all students and support Fremantle College’s positive learning environment, providing opportunities and pathways for success for all students.
Students are encouraged to discuss with their Year Coordinator any concerns they may have which affect their learning in the classroom. Parents are encouraged to in the first instance, contact the relevant teacher (please click here to view our staff contact list), however should further action be required, please do not hesitate to contact the relevant Year Coordinator for further assistance:
Lower School Student Services Team for 2019
Lower School Student Services Manager – Glenn Carpenter
Associate Principal – Janelle Mittonette
Upper School Student Services Team for 2019
Year 11 – 12 – Sarah Hopley
Upper School Student Services Manager and Year 10 Coordinator – Peter Kennington
Associate Principal – Emma Walker
VET Coordinator – Kelly Martelli
Fremantle College has a Community Health Nurse on site on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The Nurse is available to students before school, at recess, lunch time and after school. During class time, students may only attend the Nurse by appointment or with their teacher’s permission if their need is urgent.
In the event of sickness or injury at school requiring a student to be sent home or to a doctor, the parent or emergency contact person will be asked to arrange transport. In an emergency, an ambulance will be called at the parent’s expense. It is therefore recommended that families belong to an ambulance fund.
Our College Psychologist assists students with their educational, emotional and social needs. The psychologist plays an important role in providing advice to teachers and parents about programs and strategies to support our students in attaining positive mental health.
Our College Chaplain is on site from Monday to Friday and supports students through one on one counselling and through programs such as the Breakfast Club which operates 5 days per week before school. The Chaplain works in conjunction with all Year Coordinators, supporting students and assisting them to engage with their education opportunities.