The National School Chaplaincy Program provides experienced staff to work as part of the school team to plan develop and deliver student resilience and wellbeing services within a school site. This may be as part of a small group or on a one-to-one basis. The Pastoral Care Worker will work closely with the Principal and School Counsellor to provide group and individual support to students.

How can this program help my family?

This program helps your family by providing school students with support in their wellbeing, which will then promote engagement in remaining at school to continue their education. The service is available to students and parents/carers at Airdale Primary School (in Port Pirie), Port Lincoln Junior Primary, Port Lincoln Primary School, Streaky Bay Area School, Quorn Area School, Andamooka Primary School, Moonta Area School, Wallaroo Mines Primary School (in Kadina) and Peterborough High School.

How can my family access this program?

Students within these designated schools can self-refer to the Pastoral Care Worker located at that site. They are encouraged to speak with the Pastoral Care Worker if they feel they need support in dealing with a school or personal issue.

Referrals can also be made by teachers, Student Counsellors and parents or caregivers.

Want to learn more?

Call 1300 067 777 for more information or talk to your school listed below.

  • Airdale Primary School
  • Andamooka Primary School
  • Port Lincoln Junior Primary
  • Port Lincoln Primary School
  • Streaky Bay Area School
  • Peterborough High School
  • Quorn Area School
  • Wallaroo Mines Primary School
  • Moonta Area School