Significant building improvements have been carried out in recent years to increase the quality and enjoyment of teaching and learning. In 2009 the college celebrated with ‘old boy’ Bishop Terry Brady the completion of a building program that included four general learning areas, and modern music, drama, visual arts and TAS facilities.
We are extremely proud of the broader achievements of our students, but the learning that takes place in these practical workshops is a very tangible part of our curriculum. In addition, the college library was recently refurbished and this has created a more stimulating and flexible working environment.
The college curriculum has been expanded to include student participation in practical courses such as Sport, Lifestyle, and Recreation. The college tennis courts and outdoor recreation area has been refurbished for student use in classwork and in recreation. Our modern and welcoming facilities enable our students to engage in both collaborative and independent learning to build the skill sets they need for the future.