Social development is concerned with developing the skills and personal qualities necessary for individuals to live and function effectively in society. Social development is based on the acceptance of group rules and the ability to see oneself in a wider context. The quality of relationships in school is crucial in forming students’ attitudes to good social behaviour and self-discipline. We prepare students to live in society by providing knowledge and understanding of society, its institutions, structures, and characteristics, political, non-political and economic organisations. The College systematically plans for the social development of students through:

  • Classroom organisation and management
  • Seating plans and opportunities for group work
  • School Council
  • Educational Visits, including overseas
  • The Citizenship Curriculum
  • Extracurricular activities
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