The Learning Centre and library is at the heart of our College's academic and cultural life. Here, students use books, encyclopedias, and the internet to research their assignments and improve on their literacy skills. Students may come to use the Learning Centre facilities throughout the school day, during break time, lunch, and after school. Students come in and enjoy reading books and magazines, using the computers for their leisure, and have the option to borrow books and magazines.
The College has teaching assistants and aboriginal teaching assistants, all helping to aid our students in their learning journey. Students are assisted through one-to-one learning, and differentiated programs that are offered to ensure the College sufficiently caters to all abilities.
The College has developed a Pathways programme to assist students with their learning journey. Pathways is run by two qualified teachers who work in small groups to assist with learning gaps or difficulties individual students may experience. Students transition to mainstream classes when they are ready.
We offer evening study for boarding students to allow students to gain extra assistance with their learning.