Student Wellbeing

Excel in a nurturing space

A focus on wellbeing

At La Salle College the wellbeing of our students is of paramount importance.

We create and foster an inclusive, safe and supportive learning environment that enables students to flourish.

Our responsibilities as a College extends to looking after students’ physical and mental wellbeing.

Our College is part of the Mentally Healthy Schools Program, promoting and embedding the Act-Belong-Commit behaviours within our classrooms, college and community. Our ongoing and concerted efforts seek to positively change the way students and staff think and talk about mental health.

A supportive environment

At La Salle College, we respect the dignity of all persons, recognising their unique stories and qualities are a key expression of their identity as children of God.

We appreciate and celebrate the individuality of each student, relishing our role of assisting them to navigate obstacles and enabling them to discover and achieve their full potential.

We have a range of inclusive and accessible support systems and learning programs in place. These are designed to cater to students’ individual needs and assist them to realise the value of their college experience while instilling the necessary tools to have an enriching life.

A sense of belonging

A Lasallian school is more than just a curriculum, it’s a united community connected in values, in spirit and a common experience.

From your initial interaction with our College, we aspire to make you feel welcomed and valued as part of our community. Our Year 7 transition program, which includes orientation, offers students the support and foundation to have a positive high school transition and college experience.

Our College Houses create opportunities for students to participate in activities and connect with students across all year groups, often taking part in team-building and sporting activities together at carnivals and school events.

Our Pastoral Care Groups (PCGs) are created within each year group and come together briefly each morning to receive news and updates. These groups are particularly important in Year 7, to create safe and reliable environments within which students can develop friendships and receive support from staff and peers.

A connection beyond the college years

At La Salle College, we strive to provide our students with a college experience they’ll continue to cherish after graduation.

Regardless of how much time passes, every student will remain connected to our College community as Lasallians.

Whether it’s their leadership being showcased in the public eye, how they are living their life to their full potential or maintaining their college connections, it always fills us with great pride to see or hear how our Lasallians are continuing their journey as life-long learners.

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2021 College Open Day

La Salle College invites prospective students and families to come along on a guided tour (9.30am or 11.40am) on Tuesday 16 March 2021 and explore the opportunities that awaits them.

Bookings are essential