History

The Gloucester campus started in 1994 educating sixth form students only, but today is a successful environment with 179 students ranging from Year 3 to 13.

Starting with only tutor help and running from a home and business premises, Gloucester Campus grew rapidly. In 1997 a regular timetable started for Year 7 students through to Year 12 running from 3 business premises. In 1998 a small business premises became available on loan and was used until 2000 when a much larger commercial unit was found.

Over the years a second premises has been added for the primary students. Recently the primary and secondary schools have been swapped over and have undergone a refurbishment to ensure that Gloucester Campus continues to be a thriving centre for learning

Values Statement

In coming to this School each student, parent and staff member shall uphold the values of the School which include:

  • Integrity – uprightness, honesty and decorous conduct, governed by the Holy Bible
  • Care & Compassion – kindness, consideration and generosity to all
  • Respect – for all people, property, opinions and authority
  • Responsibility – for our actions, progress and the environment
  • Commitment – to self-discipline and the pursuit of excellence

Ethos

At this School, students are encouraged to develop their full potential and acquire the discipline of learning how to learn, while upholding Christian teachings and beliefs.

The truth and authority of the Holy Bible and strong family values underpin the commitment of the School to provide quality in every facet of education – curriculum, teachers, facilities, management and discipline – in a safe and caring environment.

Learning to Learn

The School is committed to creating and delivering learning programs that meet the educational needs of each student, and to nurture the attitudes and skills necessary for continual learning and personal growth throughout life.
“Learning to Learn” means to use learning as a tool whereby students are equipped with the ability to think critically, process information perceptually, analyse data accurately and evaluate situations intelligently in order that they fulfil their true potential.

 


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