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Year coordinators


​A year coordinator is concerned with the welfare of all the year level students. He/she has the responsibility of ensuring a safe, ordered, predictable environment through the establishment and evaluation of systems, procedures and processes which provide all students with the freedom to pursue the school's goals and objectives in a personally meaningful way.

Some of the specific things year coordinators do to help are:

  • Assist with the enrolment and induction and of new students.
  • Monitor student progress (academic, social, emotional).
  • Counsel students.
  • Help form captains perform their duties.
  • Act as key person in the student behaviour management structure.
  • Establish effective communication links between school and home.
  • Communicate with parents and teachers about the progress and special needs of children
  • Establish a procedure for monitoring student diaries.
  • Have input into and assist with major school ceremonies eg Awards Night.
  • Conduct the weekly year level assembly.
  • Counsel/monitor at risk students.
  • Help establish and supervise standards of conduct, dress and deportment.
  • Monitor student attendance.
  • Organise camps and year level activities.
  • Host Year Level Morning Teas for parents.