The Student Wellbeing Team is committed to creating an environment that is positive, caring, inclusive and supportive for all Lynwood Senior High School students.

Our goal is to develop resilient and responsible young people who understand their choices and consequences, while always striving to achieve their personal best.

Successful transitions through the school years are important so we focus on a proactive approach by case managing, mentoring and working collaboratively with students, teachers, parents, school staff and external agencies for the benefit of our students.

The Student Wellbeing Team consists of the following people, all of whom can be contacted at the school by telephoning reception on (08) 9354 0600:

Years 7, 8, 9

Deputy Principal
Andrew Symington

Head of Year 7 & 8
Natalie Narducci

Head of Year 9
Liam Mitchell

Year 7 Coordinator
Roslyn Town

Year 8 Coordinator
Melissa Bowden

Year 9 Coordinator
Alison Lethlean

Years 10, 11, 12

Deputy Principal
Natalie Simms

Head of Year 10
Liam Mitchell

Head of Years 11 & 12
Dan Bayliss

Year 10 Coordinator
Emma McClelland

Year 11 Coordinator
Cristiana Ambrogio

Year 12 Coordinator
Shelly Roberts

Intensive English Centre

IEC Coordinator
Ania Duszenko

School Psychologist (Wed, Fri)
Sam Jukich

Student Services

School Psychologist (Mon-Thu)
Naomi Terpsis

School Chaplain (Mon-Thu)
Loreto Bennetts

School Nurse (Mon-Thu)
Kat Wenzel

Aboriginal & Islander Education Officer (Mon, Wed, Fri)
Wayne McNamara

Learning Support Coordinator
Joyce Michael

Student Council Coordinator – Senior School

Student Council Coordinator – Lower School

“Be-You” Secondary Coordinator
Anne Velasquez

We closely monitor school attendance, behaviour, Good Standing and academic progress throughout each year.

Case management, mentoring and various support services are called upon, when required, in partnership with the student, parent/guardian, staff and outside agencies.