Our pastoral houses play an important role in building the culture of our college.
In accordance with the college’s Mission Statement, the college community strives to foster a safe and nurturing environment that supports students to develop respect, responsibility and confidence.
The college has a pastoral home form structure based on the four pastoral houses – Augustine, Deacon, McAuley and Muluridji. Each home form is under the guidance of a home form teacher who in turn, is supported by a specific year level pastoral leader. While the home form teacher is the first port of call for parents regarding the welfare of their child, pastoral leaders provide a more holistic picture of their respective cohort.
Both the home form teachers and the pastoral leaders are effectively supported by the guidance counsellor who is available five days a week for consultation with students.
In assisting students to build successful relationships, the college’s pastoral activities extend to camps, retreats, community days, excursions and special culture building events such as St Stephen’s Day.