We are an Accredited Employing Authority for the following services.

Schools do not employ a chaplain or student welfare worker directly. Chaplains and student welfare workers are sourced through an external organisation that has been accredited by the Department of Education to provide these services in schools. This organisation is referred to as an Accredited Employing Authority (AEA). Determining which AEA to engage a service through is at the discretion of the principal, in consultation with the school community.

Chaplaincy

Wherever there is a group of people finding life challenging, we would love a Chaplain there to support and strengthen them. 

The Fourth Quadrant Foundation requires all chaplains to be well trained and well equipped to fulfil our unique take on the role. The minimum requirements as set out by the Department of Education partnered with our Culture Specialist training ensure we are able to deliver a community wide, culture focussed approach to social and emotional wellbeing.

Student Welfare Worker

The SWWP is funded by the Queensland State Government and aims to assist school communities to provide general spiritual, social and emotional comfort to all students, irrespective of their faith or beliefs. This can include support and guidance about ethics, values, relationships and spiritual issues; the provision of student welfare; and enhancing engagement with the broader community.

Youth Support Coordinator

The Youth Support Coordinator Initiative program (YSC) is an early intervention program funded by the Queensland Department of Education and Training.

The role of the Youth Support Coordinator is to support students in Years 10 to 12 who are at risk of disengaging, to support retention and attainment in education and training. 

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In addition to the minimum requirements of these wellbeing roles, we have a whole School community mindset utilising our 'Culture Focussed Approach' (CFA) to see young people thrive at a values level.

We do this through a number of ways;

Social & Emotional Programs

Intervention Programs

Classroom Culture content

Training for Teachers in our CFA Paradigm

Parent Information Sessions

One on One Group Coaching Framework

...and much more.

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Primary School Wellbeing

Secondary School Wellbeing

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Staff Culture Workshops

WHAT TO EXPECT

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Our Culture Focussed Approach Paradigm means that we love to work in all areas across the School. While there is no cookie cutter model for all Schools, the below is a good representation of what to expect. We then meet with you to discuss your unique needs and tailor a bespoke workplan.

The following is an outline of an existing wellbeing program.

Breakfast Club

Classroom Drop-Ins with 6min Videos for behaviour discussions

Social & Emotional Program

Lunch Club

Intervention Program

Time allocated for response based coaching and classroom support

After School Staff workshop and/or Parent Info Session

Some program sessions require the Field Development Manager (FDM) to deliver and all staff training and parent sessions are conducted by our Managing Director.

Original Content

We have spent over 8 years developing content that is available to your School through our trained Chaplains, SWW and YSC who specialise in our Culture Focussed Approach.

Some things you can expect to see are listed below;

Honour Code as a Culture Driver (Alternative to Behaviour Management)

Children's Books (Which showcase characters using the Honour Code - Prep - Year 4 Inclusive)

Virtues Cards & Feelings Cards

Models & Concepts (Kinaesthetic and experiential content using ropes and floor cards)

Videos (Engaging videos for Classroom and/or Assembly talks)

Advanced Problem Solvers for Senior Year Levels

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Contact

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