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Pastoral Care

Pastoral carePastoral care is based on a deep respect for the dignity and uniqueness of the individual person as we are all made in the image of God (Genesis 1:27). The Catholic school by providing a strong sense of wellbeing, belonging and security, that affirms students in their dignity and worth, assists students to achieve their full potential as a human person, physically, socially, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually.

The aim of the school is to be proactive in addressing the wellbeing of all members of the school community, and promote positive relationships between teachers, students and their families.

In addressing pastoral care the whole school approach is to:
•    endorse the enhancement of emotional wellbeing
•    recognise and value the development of resilient young people who feel a sense of belonging and connectedness
•    promote a sense of meaning and purpose in life that is supported by the spiritual dimension of a Catholic school.

Pastoral care embraces more than the giving of well prepared, thought provoking and stimulating lessons. It means being concerned for the total well being of students, and with the development of the whole person within the context of the family, school, parish and wider community.

Please download our Pastoral Care Policy to have a closer look at our beliefs.