Student Coordinators are more experienced teachers who have a vital role in student development. They are given responsibility for all the students in a particular year, and coordinate the activities of that year. Students who, for whatever reason, need more individual attention are encouraged to approach, or may be referred to, their Student Coordinator who will advise them. One major area of focus for the Student Coordinator’s advice and help will be the student’s overall general progress, and he or she will also be a first point of contact for students referred on by teachers for general inappropriate behaviour. Occasionally the matter may be serious enough to involve the Assistant Principal Community and Wellbeing or the Principal. Outside helping agencies are also available with their special skills. Leaders of Pedagogy will also be involved if the difficulty is specifically related to a student’s work and/or subject based behaviour.