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Student Wellbeing


Our college is divided into three schools: Caleruega (Years 7 and 8), Fanjeaux (Years 9 and 10) and Bologna (Years 11 and 12).

Each school has a strong identity and its focus centres on the developmental needs of the students.

We offer an extensive program of induction into community so that our girls can quickly feel valued and very much at home.

We assist students in the preparation for academic, career and social challenges by relating educational agendas to their success in the future, by:

  • Effectively addressing the educational goals and needs of students, leading to an increase in student achievements.
  • Collaborating with staff members and parents to cultivate an approach that ensures each student has the means to achieve success.​
  • Fostering an environment based on mutual trust and respect in order to create open communication channels and honest dialogue about values, goals and expectations.
  • Making students motivated learners and facilitating their exploration of careers.

Central to student wellbeing at the College is the Assistant Principal of Student Wellbeing and the School Coordinators. They are supported by the Guidance Counsellor, the Student Wellbeing Officer, the Organisational Advisor, the Careers Adviser, the Academic Advisor, the Physical Enrichment Coordinator, the Learning Support Officers, the Indigenous Liaison Officer, the Campus Minister, and the Student Leadership Council.​
The involvement of parents in college life is highly valued, and our partnership with parents in the education of their daughter is considered vital.