Student Wellbeing

Our model of student pastoral care and wellbeing is centred around a House model, working together with faculty teachers and specialist staff. We provide a wide range of universal, selected and targeted support strategies, based on each student's individual needs.

Key Contacts

House Coordinators

The House Coordinator is your first point of call when wishing to discuss issues of student welfare and well-being.

HouseCoordinatorEmail
AquilaKaren BurtonGNGC.Aquila@ed.act.edu.au
CentaurusLisa Walker & David GouldGNGC.Centaurus@ed.act.edu.au
DracoFred ZammitGNGC.Draco@ed.act.edu.au
HydraPam MurrayGNGC.Hydra@ed.act.edu.au
OrionRhett EldredGNGC.Orion@ed.act.edu.au
PhoenixRanbir KaurGNGC.Phoenix@ed.act.edu.au
ScorpiusBetty ChauGNGC.Scorpius@ed.act.edu.au
TucanaMark EvansGNGC.Tucana@ed.act.edu.au
VegaJulia TangJulia.Tang@ed.act.edu.au

Gungahlin College Wellbeing Website

The Gungahlin College Wellbeing Website is for students, parents, carers and school staff to access information that will help them manage the COVID-19 pandemic.

Specialist Support Services

Support from Gungahlin College to answer questions and provide school and wellbeing advice:

Directors of Pastoral Care and Wellbeing


Messengers and Youth Programs

The Gungahlin Messengers and Youth Programs are provided by our college specialist Wellbeing staff together with our wonderful community partners at Y-Engage, the Gungahlin Youth and Community Service, and Multicultural Youth Service.

The programs offer all young people support individually, in small groups, and through a range of arts, sports, cooking and gaming Enrichment activities both on-site and also online - visit and join us in the NEXUS and on Facebook & Instagram.