+64 9 269 0080
Fax: +64 9 269 0083
550 Porchester Road, Randwick Park
P.O. Box 75448, Manurewa
The Alfriston College Pathways Centre is located in the Susan Impey Library in room L9. Skilled staff are available to help learners develop their pathways, gain an understanding of their interests and skills, find employment and enrol for tertiary courses.
Year 12 and 13 learners have access to a wide range of Pathway Courses which are run in conjunction with local tertiary providers. Year 12 learners may choose a one day a week placement and Year 13 learners can learn off-site for two days each week. There is also the Gateway Programme which is a workplace initiative for Senior Learners. It allows learners to gain work experience and achieve credits towards NCEA. STAR courses, where learners can achieve NCEA credits in work related fields by completing short term courses during term time and in the school holidays, are also available.
Learners and whānau are advised to follow the Pathways Centre facebook page for the latest information.
To contact staff in the Pathways Centre please email Luci Wearing email@example.com or phone 09 269 0080 Ext. 856.
The school’s Wellbeing team are specifically trained professionals who can explore difficult personal situations with anyone who requires assistance to process events that are occurring in their life and the associated consequences. The consequences of spiritual, emotional, psychological and physical can impact on all people associated with the experience and Alfriston College will provide appropriate support.
Te Kaha o Roto – Building Inner Strength, Kai Haapai & Check & Connect services are available for Alfriston College students, families and associated community members during school hours.
Restorative conferencing is widely used by Alfriston College to resolve all relationship issues. Guidance staff are trained restorative conference facilitators.
Confidentiality – Anything said to the Counsellor is confidential and will not be shared with any other person.
Exceptions to Confidentiality – When the Counsellor is seeking legal, ethical or peer advice on a difficult issue. In this situation confidentiality is preserved but the situation may be explained to a third independent party to ensure appropriate responses, action, practitioner and client safety.
Absolute Exception to Confidentiality – When a disclosure is made that clearly indicates to the counsellor a client has the intention of harming themselves or others, the counsellor will inform the appropriate services to ensure no harm will occur to anyone.
The Wellbeing team is lead by Richard Ghent. If you wish to contact Wellbeing staff. Please feel free to email Rachel Caine at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com should you require their assistance. However, if there is an urgent matter please phone Alfriston College Reception to ensure our Wellbeing team is quickly informed and can support you as soon as possible.
The Health Centre is centrally located, right beside student services and is open from 8am – 3.30pm daily during term time. The registered nurses offer confidential advice, care and treatment to learners and are trained to offer help in protecting young people physically and emotionally, encouraging independence and healthy lifestyles. The nurses work in a non-judgmental manner and are culturally aware.
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The health center can be contacted through email:
firstname.lastname@example.org and on extension 900.
Please call Main Reception if there is an urgent matter.