Student Wellbeing at All Saints’ College

As a Catholic school, All Saints’ College shares in the mission of the Catholic Church. Christ’s commandment “to love one another as I have loved you” is the basis of all faith communities. Pastoral care gathers all the qualities and practices within a community that seeks to make this commandment real.

All Saints’ College endeavours to equip students with the skills to respond to the numerous and complex challenges confronting young people and society in an ever-changing world. The school community (staff, parents and students) seeks to provide students with every opportunity to develop themselves physically, socially, intellectually, emotionally and spiritually.

Where a need for specific assistance is identified, All Saints’ College offers the services of a Pastoral Care Worker, School Counsellor and Leader of Wellbeing and Engagement Coordinators. Specific programs can be arranged including Seasons for Growth, boys and relationships, girls and relationships, mentoring, bullying, organisational skills and anger management. All Saints’ College also has a House Wellbeing Team for each campus that support the wellbeing needs of students in that House.