Pastoral care of students at Emmanuel Christian Community School is an integral part of the ‘whole person education’ offered. Every staff member is expected to provide pastoral care. The care is based on a deep respect and love for the dignity and uniqueness of each individual child, created in the image of God; wonderfully and uniquely designed to fulfil their God given potential.
Psalm 139:13-14 (NIV)
‘For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well.’
We believe by providing a nurturing environment, a sense of belonging, security and wellbeing is created allowing students to grow in their dignity, worth and ability to achieve their potential.
Mrs Roberts is available at school on the following days and times and based on both Salcott and Casserley campuses. You can also make an appointment to see her at the different times.
Mrs Roberts is also at school during the school activity times:
Please email her or contact School Admin Office to make an appointment to see her.
Mr Kangombe is available at school on the following days:
Please email him or contact School Admin Office to make an appointment to see him.
The School Chaplain-Support Officer should be led of God to fulfill his or her role to enable ones relationship with the Lord to be reflected in relationships with the rest of the school community.
Chaplaincy-Support Officer is an integral part of our Pastoral Care. The Support Officer along with the School Principal, the Girrawheen Baptist Church Associate Pastor (Youth and Children’s Ministry), the School Deputy Principal for Students and the Senior Staff meet regularly to discuss pastoral care matters and strategically set direction to address issues relevant to year groups and the community.
Support Officer is an integral part of the pastoral care of our school. Key objectives of the Support Officer are to:
Please contact Mrs Roberts by email or contact School Office to make an appointment.
Any concerns raised due to the nature of the Chaplain-Support Officer’s role, should be directed to the Deputy Principal.
School Chaplaincy Programme at Emmanuel Christian Community School is partly funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations under the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Programme.