Mentor Program

Our Mentor program is one of the cornerstones our Student Engagement and Wellbeing program. The Mentor teacher collaborates with and reports to the Assistant Principal – Student Engagement and Wellbeing. 

In relation to their specific Mentor group, staff are responsible for developing connections with students and parents through regular communication, delivery of the Mentor and SWEL (Student Wellbeing, Engagement & Learning) program as well as the monitoring and support of student progress.  

The SWEL classes have a focus on the themes that underpin the culture we wish to have at our College. These themes are resilience, empathy, gratitude, kindness, and mindfulness.

Edenbrook Secondary College
Edenbrook Secondary College

Enhancing learning & success in later life

We aim to create an environment that not only makes learning possible now, but also teaches attitudes and behaviours that enhance learning and success in later life. Student skills in self-regulation, such as self-monitoring and self-evaluation, are vital for life-long learning. 

A range of activities are undertaken to support students, including:

  • Inter-house competitions
  • A comprehensive Student Transition and Resilience Training (START) program to support students as they move into Year 7. Learning and organisational skills will be a focus of this program
  • Mental health awareness
  • Pathways – guidance for subject selections and careers
  • e-Smart – understanding the use of technology in society

Mentor teachers also work collaboratively with all staff and students in their House to develop positive culture.

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House Structure

Students and staff are grouped vertically in house groups for pastoral programs and activities to support and implement aspects of the College’s Pastoral Care Program.  The Edenbrook houses

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Mentor Program

Our Mentor program is one of the cornerstones our Student Engagement and Wellbeing program. The Mentor teacher collaborates with and reports to the Assistant Principal

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Breakfast Club

The School Breakfast Clubs program seeks to improve educational outcomes by offering free and healthy food for students in 1,000 Victorian government schools.  Breakfast clubs

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