Pastoral Care across the College involves having a proactive approach that encourages students to build lifelong friendships, coping and resilience and making wise choices.

In 2017 our Year 4 students have participated in the URSTRONG programme. The girls went through the course in Term 2 with Mrs West our Deputy Head of Primary (Pastoral) and her daughter Miss West and in  Term 4 our Chaplains Mr Luke Wiseman and Mrs Brianne Burn worked with the Year 4 boys. 

The programme aims to help students develop healthy friendships. They learn more about themselves, and embrace the way God has made them; and they learn how to manage a number of potential friendship issues;. Relationships are an important and necessary part of our lives and the intention is that Year 4’s learn some foundational skills that will stay with them and shape their ongoing and future relationships in a positive and healthy way.


Dads and Lads Breakfast

The 30th August 2017 saw the 10th anniversary of the Dads and Lads breakfast event . This is an annual event which aims to allow time for dads to connect with one another and come out to really support their son or sons through their schooling.

Each year we have an excellent speaker and time for some fun sporting events as well as a delicious breakfast.

This year's speaker was Pastor Tim Healy, Interim Pastor of Riverview Church and also a father at the College.