Train, engage, guide, counsel, motivate and mentor at risk students to enable them to perform within or above their capacities and potentials. The following are the main responsibilities:
To help students overcome personal, behavioural, family or social barriers that confound their motivation, functioning and learning.
To use intervention strategies and counselling to guide students towards the path of normalization and improve their academic results, social-emotional and psychological well-being.
To reduce attrition and dropping-out of school prematurely.
To work with the teacher
in-charge and/or school counsellors to motivate students and equip them with life skills and values.