All the staff members regularly participate in
in-service courses, both at school and at national level, to ensure that they keep
up to date with developments in the field of education. They also carry out
frequent meetings of self-evaluation and take part in a performance review
process, to ensure that they continue to achieve high standards. Our College
provides a group of teachers and facilitators with help in the full integration of
students with learning difficulties. Teachers are helped by a number of
ancillary staff that includes facilitators, the librarian, laboratory technicians,
guidance, spiritual and counselling staff.
Whilst the administration is easily approachable
and friendly in its dealings with the staff, students and parents, it maintains
a high standard of professionalism throughout all levels of the College and is
an effective leader in the College’s policy.
We challenge and encourage every individual
student to do his utmost to achieve the best possible level of personal, moral,
spiritual, social and educational achievement.
We aim to do this whilst providing our students
with a healthy and exciting environment.
The high achievers are encouraged further in
their pursuit of knowledge. Others who find it more difficult are helped to
overcome or bypass, their difficulties whilst providing them with tasks which are
within their reach.
The large majority of our pupils obtain the
qualifications needed to pursue higher education, with the college percentage
passes regularly surpassing the national average in nearly all academic
subjects. Those students who decide not to pursue tertiary education also obtain
sufficient skills and knowledge to follow their calling in life, covering a
diverse range of jobs in the work force.