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Student services and support programs

It is important to the staff of Mount Mee State School that we provide an inclusive education that caters to the needs of all students. It is only possible to achieve this through strong partnerships between the family, school and support groups. Our school accesses a range of support groups and personnel to ensure we are providing the best education we can for all students.     

Support agencies and personnel:

  • Students with Disabilities Outreach from Woodford
  • School Guidance Officer
  • Scripture Union Chaplain
  • Combined Churches of Dayboro and Mount Mee
  • Mission Australia
  • Caboolture Early Learning Centre
  • Advisory Visiting Teachers for students with special needs

Guidance Officer

Our Guidance Officer provides a very valuable service to students, parents and staff at Mount Mee State School. Assisting our school develop support plans for students, linking families with support agencies and providing accurate assessment is part of the role of the Guidance Officer at Mount Mee State School. Parents wishing to make contact with our Guidance Officer are asked to make bookings through the school office.

Chaplaincy program

A School Chaplain is a safe person for young people to connect with at school, providing a listening ear, caring presence, and message of hope. They care for students struggling with a wide range of issues, including: family problems, confusing relationships, friendship issues, peer pressure, self-esteem issues, bullying and depression.

Scripture Union Qld School Chaplains run positive, fun activities for young people - both in and out of school - and foster a supportive, caring school community. This includes support for at-risk students, support for staff and families from the wider school community, and spiritual support and direction for the school community.

The partnership between the school and the Chaplain, supported by local churches, businesses and community organisations, provides a network of local support and assistance. These positive relationships help young people to face issues, and provide hope, connection, meaning, and purpose.

Disclaimer

The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent the views of the Australian Government Department of Education

Acknowledgement

This project was funded by the Australian Government Department of Education under the National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program.

Any evaluation surveys conducted must ask participants if they are aware of the source of funding for the activity and, if so, how they became aware of the funding source.

The funding recipient must provide to the Australian Government or its agent, if requested, any National School Chaplaincy and Student Welfare Program materials for placement on the Department’s website, or for use in any other Australian Government or Departmental publication.