Pride in excellence
Through positive actions, we aim to create and maintain a safe learning environment through the reduction of bullying or harassment so that school is a happy place for all students.
The school chaplain is a safe person for young people to connect with at school, providing a listening ear, caring presence, and message of hope.
The ESL course gives these students the necessary English language skills to participate fully in mainstream schooling.
The Guidance Support Service is provided to schools to assist students in maximizing their potential and to address their concerns with care and dignity.
Learning Support staff collaborate with class teachers in the design and implementation of literacy and numeracy programs.
Monday tutorial classes year 11 and 12
All vacancies require students to submit letters of application & a current resume via email, fax or post.
School-based youth health nurses work with their local school community on issues that may affect the health and well being of young people and the school community as a whole.
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