Family is the first vital cell of society, the first government, and the first mediating institution of our social order.
The ability to withstand challenges and overcome them takes courage, and the support of like-minded people.
Key to establishing strong and resilient individuals is the principle of leadership. Leadership will be nurtured through strong role models and mentoring.
Confidence is that intangible essence of what lets an individual challenge themselves to go beyond the norm.
We recognise that each individual has the power to achieve regardless of their circumstances and we aim to give them that opportunity.
Helping our students develop and maintain this perspective throughout their learning and training will prepare them for the future.
Being strongly grounded with a sense of where they come from is important for our students. They have a sense of responsibility for those who nurtured them, for those who support them in the community and for those who have not had the same opportunities that they have received.