At Victory, we believe it is important to provide a safe, caring and nurturing environment in which students can flourish, not only academically, but socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
We acknowledge the vital role parents and guardians have in the development of their children’s wellbeing and aim to support them by working in close partnership with all families in our College.
Our homeroom structure helps to cultivate a sense of belonging in the school community, and our Christian Values and Programs reinforce to our students that they are loved and that God has a purpose and plan for their lives.
Our Wellbeing Team are available to provide support to individuals and families in times of need. Support may include counselling, emergency meals for families, and referrals to external agencies.
The College Chaplain has an essential role in the College, not only supporting individuals, but also running weekly Chapel Services and organising student workshops around resilience, leadership, cyber safety and bullying.
Other key staff in the student well-being area include Year Level Coordinators, our Careers Advisor and our Student Counsellor.