Student Engagement & Inclusion

Our school is privileged to have a team of health and welfare specialists who are available immediately when students and their families need help.

We have a Wellbeing Team that specialise in many focal areas, yet work as one unit to provide a complete service to the students and families in our College.

If students have a developmental problem or require extra services, we refer them to our speech therapist, doctor or other health or family specialists available on site.

This is part of our wrap-around approach to service delivery. We make sure problems are identified early so that students and their families can quickly get expert help.

To learn more about our health and family services please click here.


Doveton College also has the services of a Chaplain through the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program. The College’s Chaplain:

  • Helps our counsellors and wellbeing staff in the delivery of student welfare services
  • Provides our students, their families and staff with support and or appropriate referrals, in difficult situations such as during times of grief or when students are facing personal or emotional challenges
  • Supports students to explore values and ethical matters or refers students to, or finds appropriate services, to meet these needs
  • Facilitates access to support agencies in the community
  • Supports students and staff to create an environment which promotes the physical, emotional, social and intellectual development and wellbeing of all students