Well-being is not a program but an attitude and approach which permeates everything we do.
Every staff member makes a special effort to know and care for individual students in their care to create a community where students feel safe and cared for through a supportive and caring Christian environment in which to learn and grow.
In addition to the Caregroup teachers, the Director of Well-being and relevant Year Level Team Leader has oversight of the welfare of students. These staff members work in particular with students deemed to be at risk and assists students in developing strategies to help them cope with the various demands placed on them. Our College Counsellor is available to discuss personal or social issues with students confidentially as required.
Academic counselling occurs in both formal and informal settings. Career counselling begins early in Year 10 and continues until students finish Year 12. Students receive mentoring throughout their time in the Senior School to ensure they make sound academic decisions and develop the relevant study skills and strategies essential for success in life.