My name is Elizabeth Wear, and I am a Provisional Psychologist working within the Department of Education School Psychology Service. I provide support to a number of schools in the North Metropolitan area, and I am available every Thursday and even week Tuesday at Greenmount Primary School.
School Psychologists provide services in the areas of mental health and wellbeing, disability, behaviour, and learning.
I work collaboratively with staff, students, and parents to:
The School Psychology Service can be accessed through the Greenmount Primary School referral process and a request for service may be made through classroom teachers or our Student Services Associate Principal, Natalie Astle. If concerns are of a private matter, direct contact with the Student Services Associate Principal is advised.
My name is Penny Bays and I serve as Chaplain at Greenmount Primary School on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Depending on the need, pastoral care can include
Common pastoral care issues can include:
Support during family conflict or breakdown
Grief and loss
Children and adults are welcome to access chaplaincy via a referral process through Student Services, Associate Principal, Natalie Astle.
Rachel Hall is the Community Health Nurse who visits our school.
Community Health Nurses work in schools to promote healthy development and wellbeing so students may reach their full potential. A major part of the work of a Community Health Nurse within a school is to focus on early intervention and the School Entry Health Assessment Program.
Community Health Nurses serve as a health contact point for children and their families providing information, assessments, health counselling and referral.
The services provided are free and confidential.
If you have any concerns about your child's health or development, please contact Student Services Associate Principal, Natalie Astle.
The WA Department of Health operates a Dental Therapy Centre at Swan View Primary School.
Dental Therapy Centre’s provide free general and emergency dental care to eligible students who are aged 5 to 16 or until the end of year 11, whichever comes first and attend a school recognised by the Western Australian Department of Education.
The care includes routine dental examinations or check-ups, oral health advice, extractions, fillings, X-rays and fissure sealants. Specialist dental services such as oral surgery and orthodontics are not provided, and patients will be referred for these services.