Pastoral care at Quairading District High School encompasses a total climate of care, which provides opportunities for students to realise their potential in an environment where students and staff respect one another. The staff at QDHS aim to develop and facilitate programs which foster positive, individual attitudes to school, monitor students at risk and organise activities which build Q spirit and bring community involvement into the school.
Aboriginal and Islander Education Officers
Ms Kellie Hansen
Our Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer provides support to the staff, students and the Indigenous community to enhance the effectiveness of school based programs. The responsibilities of the AIEOs include providing extra assistance to individual students or small groups and acting as a further communication link between teachers, students and the wider Indigenous community.
The School Psychologists are part of the Student Services at QDHS. The psychologists provides services for students, school staff, parents and inter-agency partners working with individuals, groups and initiatives that support the whole school. Service is provided in three main areas: Behaviour, Learning, Mental Health and Wellbeing. The School Psychologists are based in Narrogin and provide services to many schools in the Wheatbelt Education Region. The School Psychologists can be contacted through the school on 96451208.