Our dedicated Student Services Team provides students with assistance when experiencing academic, social and emotional or health concerns. If you would like to speak to any members of the Student Services team, please call Dianella Secondary College on (08) 9345 9200.
The team consists of:
Student Services Manager (Mr William Allan)
The Student Services Manager manages the student services team and works with students, families and community groups to assist students.
Student Services Support Officer (Mr Greg Gibbs)
The Student Services Support Officer provides additional support and works with students, families and community groups to assist students.
School Psychologist (Ms Janette McArthur)
Our School Psychologist supports students and their families by providing psychological counselling. She also provides assistance with behaviour management and academic matters so students have the best possible learning opportunities.
Precinct Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer (Mr Jayden Boundry)
The role of the Precinct AIEO is to provide academic and pastoral guidance to Indigenous students across the entire precinct while continually building reconciliation within the school community.
Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer (Miss Taylor Kickett)
The role of the AIEO is to provide academic and pastoral guidance to Indigenous students while continually building reconciliation within the school community.
School Chaplain (Mrs Helen Hames)
Our school Chaplains provide pastoral care to students, families and staff. If you would like to book and appointment to see a school Chaplain, Helen Hames is available Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Community Health Nurse (Mrs Amy Moore)
The role of the Community Health Nurse is to provide competent nursing care for staff, students and families, promoting self-care and personal responsibility for health. The nurse’s prime focus is to provide health care through education and intervention. His role includes crisis intervention, monitoring of students with long-term medical/health conditions, health screening (vision, hearing, fine motor, gross motor, developmental, speech and language), first aid management, counselling, and supervision, mentoring and support of nursing students and Registered Nurses.
Heads of Year:
Year 7 (Ms Penny Rudrum)
Year 8 (Mr Samuel Charles)
Year 9 (Mrs Aoife Macaodhain)
Year 10 (Mrs Hannah Moxey)
Year 11 (Mr Joel Cullen)
Year 12 (Mrs Alicia Steer)