Our teachers are committed professionals who aim to be positive role models in lifelong learning.
Our teachers are also actively involved in the College’s co-curricular programme as coaches and mentors so they can help students achieve a well balanced education. They have come from a range of differing perspectives, both traditional and alternative.
All teachers are engaged in ongoing professional development to remain current in using the most effective learning and teaching strategies, based on educational research. Our curriculum framework has been adopted because it specifically caters for different learning styles, rates of progress and student needs.
Our teachers are supported by in-house and off campus workshops and professional development throughout the year. Learning and planning are undertaken collaboratively in a shared approach to building knowledge and skills.
Many of our teachers are also engaged in formal study programmes and contribute actively to their professional associations through giving presentations at conferences and taking leadership roles.
Non-teaching staff attend relevant in service on various software programmes, use of machinery, and professional conferences. Where applicable they are members of professional associations. All teacher-aides supporting classroom learning have relevant certificates or equivalent experience and training. We actively support and promote ongoing personal and professional development for all of our staff.