Wembley Primary School’s Chaplain
Meet Alessia Princi
She has been working as a Residential Youth Worker for 3 years and with students in Education for over 9 years, implementing a holistic and person-centred approach to assist in overcoming life’s challenges. Alessia has a bachelor’s degree in Youth Work, and Certificates 3 and 4 as an Education Assistant both in Mainstream and Special Needs.
She works alongside the students in the school community; building on their social, spiritual, and emotional well-being; helping students to gain a sense of belonging; and the ability to communicate their needs and guide the students to achieve success. Alessia looks forward to working with the students and the community.
Contact Alessia: firstname.lastname@example.org
About our Chaplaincy Program
Our chaplain is employed by OnPsych which is a non-profit organisation supporting the wellbeing of children through pastoral care. It is not a faith-based organisation.
OnPysch chaplains tend to the emotional, mental, spiritual, and social needs of students, their families, and staff.
The responsibilities of our Chaplain is to support the educational, social and emotional well-being of students. Alessia works closely with all associated staff to support students and their educational outcomes, as well as staff, families and the wider community.
Access this to this service includes:
- Student self-referral
- Teacher referral
- Parent referral
- Administration referral
Alessia fulfils her chaplaincy role at Wembley Primary School 1.5 days per week, on Monday 8-4pm and on a Friday between 12-4pm. Our students have access to this support through funding provided by the Department of Education WA.
This school support service aims to provide hope for young peoples’ futures by helping them achieve their best at school, create positive relationships and contribute to their school and community.