Students learn to respect and value leadership and teamwork, with numerous opportunities to lead and experience working with staff and parents available from the earliest years.
Through leadership roles including Buddies, Leadership Committees, School and House Prefects and Sports Captains, as well as the informal opportunities to lead, perhaps at camp or by championing an issue, most of our students gain real experience in effective leadership.
The College has a commitment to service. As we continually strive to be an innovative and caring community of learners committed to making a positive difference to an ever changing world, it is important to experience the world and learn how we can all effect change. This takes empathy, understanding and humility.
Students lead numerous service activities during their time at College, often coming together to gather donations and work with local charities, perform at nursing homes, visit hospitals, volunteer for national welfare organisations or work on International aid projects. Students are encouraged to work for causes they are passionate about, and to be involved at a level where they engage with the people they are serving to develop connections and understanding.