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30-34 Toomuc Valley Rd, Pakenham VIC 3810
92 Kangan Dr, Berwick VIC 3806
Beyond Blue tells us one in seven young Australians aged between four and 17 years experience a mental health condition. That’s a sobering statistic.
As part of our Wellbeing program at Beaconhills College, we have trained our staff for many years, using external providers, to increase awareness of youth mental health. Now we have taken steps to enable our staff to become accredited trainers so we can increase the frequency of staff training across the College.
Staff are trained in awareness of the mental health issues affecting young people, including early identification of depression, anxiety, eating disorders, self-harm, trauma and psychosis.
The program teaches staff to have awareness of the issues and a stepped-out response plan to get young people to professional support as early as possible.
The next stage will be to offer a senior student version of training to help students identify friends and peers who may need help. These are positive initiatives in the long-term battle to address a critical social issue.
Order of Australia medal for College Board Chairman
Welcome to a new school year
Getting a HeadStart
Wellbeing in action
Importance of Child Safe legislation
New centre a celebration of original Year 9 vision
School funding model announced
Vale Nigel Creese, AM
Roger Lord awarded Life Membership
New school funding model a cause for concern
Parent input benefits BeaconNet
Highlighting our green achievements
Harrison named Young Citizen of the Year
Class of 2018 destinations
Beaconhills student develops Relay For Life app
Drama honour for two students
Making the most of music
Australia Day award for Alysha
Teacher speaks at National Gallery of Australia
Warming up for Hot Shots
RAVE reviews for campus clean up
3D artwork makes Top Arts exhibition
Emergent Art Exhibition
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Gate C, Syme Rd, Pakenham VIC 3810