Student Wellbeing

Introduction

At St Thomas pastoral care is the shared responsibility of all members of the community – staff, students, parents, priests and parish members.

In this way the uniqueness of all individuals in the community is recognised and celebrated. Inspired by the charism of its founding order, the Sisters of St. Joseph, at St Thomas we commit to love one another in a supportive community where the values of hope, justice, compassion, integrity, service and dignity are integral to Catholic culture.

St.Thomas recognises and is committed to the special responsibility of the pastoral care of students. The exercise of this is based firmly on the Catholic World View and the Christian vision expressed in the Diocesan Pastoral Care Policy and the school Mission Statement. Thus each member of the St. Thomas’ community is both a provider and recipient of Pastoral Care.

Colossians 3:12

Since God chose you to be the holy people He loves, you must clothe yourselves with tenderhearted mercy, kindness, humility, meekness and patience.

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