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Do You Need Support?

The College has a team of dedicated staff who, together, look out for the pastoral care needs of our students. The Student Welfare Officer may provide support to students over a designated period of time, however, if a student requires ongoing and extensive support, the Student Welfare Officer will liaise with external agencies for further assistance as necessary. It should be clarified that the role of our Student Welfare Officer is not one of a ‘School Counsellor’ and that as

Role of the Student Welfare Officer

As a College, we provide a range of student support services to offer care and support for the physical, emotional and spiritual health of our students. While the College is primarily an educational institution, we are dedicated to providing support for our families beyond the classroom. We have a wonderful Pastoral Care Team available to our students, including Home Group Teachers, Year Level Coordinators, Boarding House Parents, Indigenous Education Coordinator, Student Welfare Officer and the College Pastor. There may be times

Duke of Edinburgh International Award

The Duke of Edinburgh Award enables students to gain valuable life skills and earn a point towards their QCE.The Award involves participants having to complete a physical activity, service and skill for one hour per week for three months. However, the bits that everyone looks forward to are the adventurous journeys; two days of hiking through Cairns’ rugged terrain. This year due to COVID restrictions, the two compulsory adventurous journeys were reduced to one. The Speewah camp site finally opened to