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Support and Welfare Team

Our support and welfare team involves a number of people who are devoted to supporting our students to overcome anything that hinders them becoming the best they can be. 

​Year 7 Dean Deb McEnlly & Mitch Boyd Mon - Fri
​Year 8 Dean Rebecca Kirton & Lisa Clarkson Mon - Fri
​Year 9 Dean​

Tim Willgoose

Mon - Fri
​Year 10 Noah Parker Mon - Fri
​Year 11 Dean
Robbie Middleton
Mon - Fri
​Year 12 Dean
​Andrea Edwards Mon - Fri
​Guidance Counsellor

​Joanne Blah

Mon - Fri
​School Based Nurse

​Cheryl Hewlett

Mon & Tues

​Ben Findlay

Mon & Thurs

​Youth Support Coordinator

Idustry Liaison Officer

​Shelly Henningsen Mon - Fri
​Indigenous Support
​Shelley Keegan
Mon - Fri​ 

School based Nurse (PDF, 42 KB)


Chaplain (PDF, 45 KB)

Also available is support teachers of literacy and numeracy (PDF, 88 KB).

Group Counselling Sessions

We are now offering group counselling sessions 4 days a week!

With an increasing rise in anxiety related issues and students: missing school, not submitting assessment, not sitting examinations, or being described as ‘upset' or 'down,’ the school welfare team will be taking a pro-active approach this term.

The School Guidance Officer/Registered Psychologist will be offering group counselling intervention to all students to: minimise anxiety, re-focus, re-engage, or to develop a specific ability which could include study, sport or other, and succeed. The therapy includes: visualisation, mindfulness, relaxation, re-framing negative to positive, and goal setting. Regular attendance or a minimum of 3 sessions is recommended

Middle Years 7,8,9: Every Monday and Wednesday 1.10pm (second break)

Senior Years 10,11,12: Every Tuesday and Thursday 1.10pm (second break)

Location: School Library RC07

Students do NOT need to make a booking, please come along and bring your friends should you require some moral support!

Homework Club

Ms Keegan hosts the Homework Club every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00 - 4:00pm in the Learning Hub.
All ​students are welcome. Come along to work on assignments, study in a quiet environment or to study for exams.

Breakfast Club



PPSH is committed to ensuring our school is a safe environment where our entire community can flourish. We continue to use the anonymous reporting platform Stymie for students, parents and community members to report concerns of harm or potential harm within our school. Should you have any concerns and would like to register an anonymous report please do so via and continue to ensure our school remains safe for all to enjoy.