The National School Chaplaincy Programme (NSCP) 2016-2018 is a Commonwealth-funded initiative to support the emotional wellbeing of students and the school community through the provision of pastoral care. The New South Wales Government administers the Programme on behalf of the Commonwealth.
In 2018, a Student Support Worker was appointed to:
The position of Student Support Worker primarily supports both the mission and values of the Parish School, as well as students’ faith and personal wellbeing. The role is responsible to the Principal and works in partnership with the Parish School Executive, the Parish Priest and other designated personnel who respond to students' religious, spiritual and personal wellbeing, consistent with the National School Chaplaincy Programme Guidelines 2016-2018.