We provide our boarders with the highest standards of Duty of Care to ensure they always feel safe, connected and supported. This creates a culture whereby boarders feel at a home.
We also recognise that young people learn best when they are healthy, happy and retain a strong connection with family and their cultural beliefs.
Our qualified and experienced boarding staff work in partnership with our students to develop mutual respect and trust.
Staff monitor the health of our boarders. The School has a full-time Registered Nurse and Health Clinic on-site. Where needed, the Nurse organises appointments with specialists, dentists or doctors. The Royal Darwin Hospital and the Darwin Private Hospital are less than a 15-minute drive away, should an emergency occur.
Safety and Security
The safety of our boarders is paramount.
Student roll calls and bed checks are conducted throughout the afternoon, evening and early hours. Students are able to lock their rooms, and valuables can either be secured in their room cupboards or placed in the boarding house safe.
All students leaving the campus must sign out and on-site visitors must sign in and out of the visitors book, located in each house.
Student Leave forms are completed for any students being signed out by family or guardians, and parents must provide a list of approved adults who may sign out their child.
The boarding houses are locked at 6.00 pm for meetings and homework from Monday to Thursday.