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“Cura Personalis” – Care of the Individual

Cura personalis

is at the heart of Jesuit education. Genuine concern

for the wellbeing of each individual inspires positive relationships

Within this context of care, students are encouraged to grow

emotionally and spiritually.

In the Junior School, the Classroom Teacher is the primary mentor

guidance when needed.

In the Senior School, a Pastoral Mentor holds the primary

responsibility for the pastoral care of the student. The Pastoral

in responding to day-to-day needs.

Each student belongs to a Pastoral Group which is a community

of 12 to 15 boys from the same Year Group belonging to the same

House. They are supported by a Pastoral Mentor who helps them

relate and learn from each other. The students get to know each

other well as they progress through their time at the College.

The Pastoral Mentor implements activities to foster the formation

of character and the development of the whole person.

Heads of Year coordinate the Pastoral Mentors within their Year Group.

Heads of Year work in partnership with Counsellors, Chaplains and

others at the College to care for each student’s wellbeing.

Counsellors are available for students and families in the Junior and

Senior School. The College also has Chaplains and a Youth Minister.

There is a Careers Counsellor in the Senior School.

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“Cura personalis

is at the heart of

Jesuit education.

Genuine concern for

the wellbeing of each

individual ...”