Belonging

Vertical Homerooms - Explained as part of belonging
Uniform - Explained as part of belonging
Caritas & Community - Explained as part of belonging

Vertical Homerooms

Vertical Homerooms
Each of our students is under the specific care of a Homeroom teacher. There are seven homerooms in each of the four College Houses and each homeroom group consists of students from Years 7 to 12. As far as is possible, we endeavour to keep a student in the same homeroom, with the same homeroom teacher, for the duration of their time at the College.

We are attempting to facilitate an atmosphere in which every student:

  • is known very well by at least two adults, the homeroom teacher and the Head of House
  • relates more closely with students of all age groups
  • feels secure in the wider school community
  • knows that they are valued for who they are, rather than for what they do
  • can have minor concerns in every day school life addressed in a realistic and constructive way

Uniform

Uniform
The uniform at SBSC stands for unity. The uniform creates a community feeling which make all students equal and belonging in a safe environment. We take pride and have strict rules for students to wear their uniform.

Caritas & Community

Caritas & Community
Charity, Selfless Love and Compession as values held high in our College Community by our teachers, students and all other staff. SBSC is a lovign community, where etachers adn studetns feel asfe and welcome and have a place to belong.