Our aim is for all members of the college community, through the symbolism of the ‘Marist Compass’, to assist every student to develop their own compass which requires students to honour and respect persons, place, property and themselves.
Our hope is to encourage a genuine personal interest in the development of the whole person, by nurturing and fostering head, heart and mind through:
- Respect for place, which honours the environment – both built and natural
- Respect for people, which honours the members of the college community and wider society
- Respect for property, which honours the items and possessions that are valued by others
- Respect for self, which honours the gift of life that our God and Christ valued.
Our school is committed to providing a safe, supportive and responsive learning environment for all students. We strongly advocate the need to teach and model the behaviours we value in our students.
All students are expected to behave in a respectful and cooperative manner at all times, both inside and outside of the classroom, including when playing sport, on excursions or at camp.