Read more: Years 7-12 Parent/Mentor meetings and early dismissal, public transport reminders.
On Tuesday, 8 February, from 1:30pm-4pm, Parents and Carers are invited to meet their son’s Wellbeing Mentor via Zoom, to engage in a conversation that will help us to best cater to their needs in 2022. This important initiative supports our student Wellbeing program.
The purpose is to know as much as possible about each student, both in and out of the classroom. By identifying their goals, hopes, dreams and aspirations for the future, we can work together to bring about the best possible learning outcomes for your son. We rely on the three-way partnership formed between the College, families and your son for this to occur.
These meetings are in addition to Parent/Teacher academic interviews, which will also take place later in the semester.
How to Make a Booking
Bookings can be made by logging into the Waverley Parent Portal.
Once logged in, select Parent Teacher Interviews from the menu on the left-hand side. Zoom codes will be sent to parents on the morning of the interviews.
If you are having issues accessing the portal please contact: iAssist at email@example.com
1pm Dismissal on Tuesday, 8 February
Students in Years 7-12 will be dismissed at 1pm, because it is expected, where possible, that students will attend these meetings with their parents. Limited supervision will be provided in the Library and in the Centenary Quad from 1pm-3:15pm.
Heads of House and our Psychologists are available to meet students and their families who may require additional support and assistance. Please email them directly if you wish to set up a meeting.
Public Transport Reminders – Opal Cards and Masks
All students should ensure they ‘tap on & off’ with their Opal cards, as they travel to and from school. Travel to and from school is free of charge for many students, however, they are required to tap on and off in order to validate their travel. This is particularly important during COVID-19, when tracing is an important part of the public safety strategy.
All school students over 12 years of age must wear a face mask when travelling on public transport. The College is supporting this NSW public health order by not permitting students on to public transport without a mask.
Waverley students are encouraged to please purchase a reusable mask. Masks are the responsibility of parents. Students can obtain a replacement for a broken mask from the Health Centre, however, students relying on the Health Centre for their masks will be forwarded to their respective Head of House.
Mr Patrick Brennan
Deputy Principal – Staff & Student Wellbeing