Learning and Wellbeing

Pastoral Care

Learning & Wellbeing

St Mary Star of the Sea College is founded on the philosophy of the Rule of St Benedict. Our community is a place of security where ‘the strong have something to strive for and the weak have nothing to run from'.

Pastoral Care encompasses all that the College does to meet the spiritual, personal, social and learning needs of our students. It seeks to create a safe and caring environment in which our students are nurtured as they learn. It provides opportunities for students to enjoy success and recognition, to encourage self-discipline and to derive enjoyment from a wide range of experiences. The College acknowledges that the wellbeing of students, staff, parents and other community members is interrelated.

All members of the College have a role in Pastoral Care.

Safeguarding Children and Young People Statement of Commitment

As a Good Samaritan College under the auspices of Good Samaritan Education (GSE) we are entrusted to share in the mission of the Church through the ministry of Catholic Education. Our charism requires us to sustain and nurture communities of learning that uphold the teachings and mission of Jesus Christ and that draw on the essential values of the Rule of Benedict: love of neighbour, stewardship, community, discipline, hospitality, justice and peace.

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House System

KULILLA The Kulilla Centre – a place of hospitality and care.