We understand that young people need guidance to find the personal interests and passions that will give their lives purpose and help them become positive influences in the world. As a school with inclusive Christian values, welcoming families of all faiths and embracing diversity, we provide opportunities for all students to develop the attributes they need to lead lives as responsible and compassionate citizens.
Our educational philosophy values a holistic education and our strong commitment to developing the intellectual, cultural, creative and spiritual capacities so our students are empowered to embrace the future with confidence and compassion.
‘The Northholm Way’ encapsulates our strong commitment to the formation of good character that:
Character Development Programs
Spiritual and personal growth, and emotional and social wellbeing, is developed through a range of programs:
A Pastoral Care program, supported by the House system, which provides a network of support, encouragement and guidance.
Co-curricular opportunities which allow students to find their personal passions, gifts and interests to give their lives purpose.
Leadership programs which encourage students to participate in forums, peer mentoring, tutoring and representation.
Service Learning includes students of all ages, in association with charitable organisations and community groups, to develop an attitude of selflessness and care for their community.
A Chapel program that enables all students to explore the links between Christian values and contemporary life.