Our supportive team in Student Services helps your child achieve the best possible learning outcomes in a safe and caring learning environment.
We work in partnership with students, teachers, parents and the wider community in transition to high school, attendance, academic monitoring and support, learning support, subject selection and career guidance, pastoral care, and social, emotional, mental and physical well being.
Leadership and Community
A rich suite of opportunities exists for your child to be engaged in leadership activities with positions ranging from Student Council representatives to sporting group captains and peer support leaders. A range of clubs, including astronomy, chess, coding, robotics and roots and shoots, give your child further opportunities.
Our House System gives students an identity and sense of pride in a supportive, secure environment. The House system is an integral and vibrant part of the school’s culture designed to reflect and enhance the values of the college. It provides for positive competition and a closer rapport between students and teachers. It also aims to help new staff and students engage with the culture of the college.
During lunchtimes our chaplain runs a number of different activities that bring different students together in a healthy sense of competition, including indoor hockey, handball and volleyball.
Our student councillors represent the student body on various decision making groups, liaise with staff on college matters, make recommendations on student issues, organise various events or social functions and recognise achievements at assemblies. Students are elected via a proportional voting system early in Term 4 for Years 8 to 12. Year 7 elections take place in Term 1.