Reflection Days

The Reflection Day program offers all students the opportunity to spend some intentional, thoughtful and creative time considering their relationship with self, others and God. They explore how they are unfolding into the loved human being that they are, and how they are being called to respond to the needs of others and their community.

Year 7-9 students participate in Reflection Days based on our College values of Endeavour and Excellence, Individuality, Compassion and Relationships. 

The Reflection Days are grounded in scripture and Christian values, allowing students to contemplate each theme in the context of their own lives and the broader community. 

The Reflection Days, away from the classroom, also offer a chance to strengthen bonds within their class and year level, to take a slower pace and notice challenges, opportunities, and ways in which they are invited to respond in their personal, community, and global life.

To act justly, love tenderly and walk humbly with God.

— Micah 6:8


Year 10 students participate in retreat days, focused on Servant Leadership and Stewardship.  

The first overnight retreat experience is in Year 11, based on the theme of Pilgrimage and Journey.

The Year 12 retreat is a further deepening of personal reflection, where students spend three days away together as a whole year level. They are invited to engage in a deep experience of Reflection and Community.