Our House System

In line with our vision statement, the College recognises that all students have individual strengths and require support in different areas of their learning and wellbeing.

When students begin at the College, they join a network of staff and students who will support them on their learning journey.

Pastoral care underpins our wellbeing strategy and ensures that we take a personal interest in every student.

This care begins within a Mentor Group, led by the House Mentor teacher.

Mentor groups meet at the beginning of each day. The Pastoral Program is generally delivered by the House Mentor through pastoral care sessions.

Each Mentor Group belongs to a House that is under the care of a House Leader.

House Mentors are usually the first point of contact between home and school if there is a concern about a student’s welfare or progress, or to explain a student absence.

The Wellbeing team also consists of psychologists and wellbeing counsellors who are available to provide professional advice to students.