School Counselling

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We live in a world that is changing constantly. These changes create complex challenges for students as they anticipate their future. A rapidly changing work world and labour force; violence in homes, schools, and communities; teenage suicide; substance abuse; and sexual experimentation are just a few examples of the complex challenges students face today. They are not abstract aberrations. They are real and have and will continue to have substantial impact on the personal/social, career, and academic development of students.

As these and other changes are taking place in society, many schools provide programs and services help students deal effectively with these complex challenges. Our school have made important strides in class-size reduction, higher academic standards, greater accountability and improved teacher preparation.

School counselling are in three domains: academic, career and personal/social. These services and programs help students resolve emotional, social or behavioural problems and help them develop a clearer focus or sense of direction.

Effective counselling programs are important to the school climate and a crucial element in improving student achievement.