Principal’s Welcome What is College? The Andrew’s Difference Who Are We? History College Culture Training in Cultural Competency Women in St Andrew’s College Reconciliation Action Plan Pastoral Care Broderick Report 2017 Staff Council Community Partners Photo Gallery College Handbook College Policies Contact UsTel: +61 (2) 9565 7300 Email Us Pastoral Care At St Andrew’s College, “pastoral care” is an inclusive term used to indicate holistic support provided to students through various channels – staff, student leaders (including Pastoral Care Leaders), and support that students naturally seek out by way of friendship and camaraderie.About Pastoral Care LeadersEvery year the College appoints Pastoral Care Leaders (PCLs) who are fellow students (second or third year) who provide peer support and run student-led wellbeing initiatives in College designed to bring students together. Students usually reach out to Pastoral Care Leaders for:Their latest wellbeing initiativesAd-hoc and emotional support for situations in life and CollegeGuidance for where to go/who to reach out toAs “someone to talk to”, ideas for wellbeing, and more!Pastoral Care Leaders are carefully selected through a recruitment and interview process and are a highly valued team of students who are available throughout the semesters to provide support to students and escalate matters as necessary. They are trained as a first responder in College and given regular opportunities to come together as a team with the Dean of Student Wellbeing to discuss wellbeing matters.