All students are expected to play an active role within the community.

To encourage the students' understanding of an engagement of the Christian faith and life, we offer a range of opportunities for personal growth and community service.

Developing a heart for service is an integral part of a holistic education. 

Students are encouraged to engage in community service. This includes visits to nursing homes, Clean Up Australia Day and various other volunteering and fundraising activities.

We encourage students to be life-long learners who are able to engage with religion and faith, both from an understanding of self and an appreciation of the other, as well as the influence of religious belief in society.

Every fortnight, students meet in the Chapel of Saint Aidan for worship as a community.

The programs are based on a common theme and teaching of Scripture across year levels, couched within age appropriate worship and language for students. Children of all ages are integral members of our church community, and they assist with and serve during Chapel services.

Outside of regular Chapel worship, students and families are given opportunities to explore faith formation and growth. 

On an annual basis, we offer Baptism and Admission to Communion preparation for Primary Years students, as well as Confirmation for Secondary Years. Our School community is very generously supported by our Honorary Chaplains, local Anglican clergy who visit and support us on a regular basis.