Resources for Parents
Many parents want to help with homework but just are not sure how. The best way is not doing the work for your son but by providing the best resources to enable him to do this.
The College Library is open from 7.45am every morning during term and a large number of boys use the Library as a place to complete homework, to research and to spend time with other boys reading magazines and books or using the computers. The Library is open at recess and all through lunch as well as after school until 4.30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday afternoons. We have a qualified teacher-librarian to assist students with their questions and provide assistance with assignments and homework help.
The Library is closed when classes finish on Thursday and Friday afternoons.
As your son starts asking questons about careers guide him to a great government website that provides practical information about a vast range of careers and the personal and professional qualifications needed for different occupations. Visit: www.myfuture.edu.au
Students can also visit the Careers and Foundation Skills Adviser, Mrs Sally Wall at the College.
Lifeline and Kids Helpline
The College has available two counsellors to privide help and information ot students, parents and families. To talk with one of our counsellors ring the College reception on 4629 4222 and ask to be put in contact.
It is important to know that there are people available always to provide to support to people. Lifeline can be contacted 24 hours a day on 13 11 14.
For young people, between 5 and 25 years, Kids Helpline is availabe by calling 1300 55 1800 if you would like to talk about any issues and identify the best way to deal with them.