Within an Ignatian Catholic College, the curriculum is the road map to implement the mission of creating young people who are going to make a difference in this world by their generosity, service and justice.
We aim to provide excellence in teaching and learning
through a challenging and inclusive local curriculum. We will encourage St Ignatius students to embrace effort and
scholarship as a response to God’s gifts. We will teach them to respond authentically to a culture of critical thought, reflection and independent work. More detailed information to follow in Term two 2023.
A strong co-curricular programme enables all students to participate in activities that enable them to grow in their fullness through discovering their gifts and talents and how they can be put to use. This maybe extending themselves in their academics or participating and leading sporting, cultural, artistic pursuits and service to others. Through the discover of talents in a Ignatian education students ask themselves, “How can I be the best I can be for myself and for others?” More details will follow as this programme is developed during 2023.
Jesuit education insists on individual care and concern for each person” (The Characteristics of Jesuit Education)
Each student will be assigned a mentor who will take a personal interest in their intellectual, moral and spiritual development, helping each one to develop a sense of self-worth and to become a responsible individual within the community. This is further achieved through belonging to a mentor group and a House within the college. Mentor and House activities which foster belonging, self worth, concern for others and concern for our common home. More details will follow as Pastoral systems are developed during 2023.