Rachel Logo is the Youth Support Officer at Corinda.
Appointments can be made by phoning the school.
Case Management of students at risk
- Consult with clients, review individual Learning Plans, evaluate concerns and support health promotion, refer to support services.
- Advocate for students in need.
- Referring to external agencies where appropriate.
- To support parents of students at risk
- To evaluate students concerns and implement an individual support case plan.
- To manage, review and support case plans.
- To liaise and keep informed of outcomes with teachers and HODs and parents.
- To keep students engaged or to find them a viable pathway
Targeted Intervention Program
- Rock and Water, Anti bullying student workshops. To identify at risk students (bullies and bullied)
- To help students to develop self-confidence, self-realization, boundary awareness, non – violent dispute resolution, self-regulation.
Job Readiness Program
- Job application process, student workshops and interview preparation. To offer students in senior years a program that introduces them to resume writing, cover letters, job searching and interviewing skills.
- To identify senior students at risk of leaving grade 12 with no direction or pathways.
- To help students understand the process of preparing to enter the workforce.
- To advocate for clients with Job agencies.
- To provide tax file forms including process, postage and follow up on any problems arising.
Youth support coordination promotion within the school
- To inform and update whole school community of Youth worker programs available and success stories of finished programs.
- To advise of student success stories to the school and local community.
Implement and maintain behaviour support intervention
- Consulting and identifying with teachers, HODs and principles students that may benefit from accessing youth worker for class room disruptions, (example; minor outburst, anger issues arising from playground bullying).
- To offer a chance to debrief and work through issue calmly and logically.
- To have a chance to calm down and return to class ready to learn without major disruption.