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Pastoral Care

Support of Students

Our College aspires to support, nurture and grow our students holistically with a specific focus on a student’s academic, spiritual and emotional welfare.  Students' spiritual and emotional wellbeing are supported through a variety of Christ-centred programs.

From daily devotions to a Scripture-based Behaviour Management Policy, students are nurtured to grow with confidence and self-belief. Students have the opportunity to further develop healthy relationships and self-confidence through leadership opportunities, chances to serve and a variety of extra-curricular activities. The College has a College Counsellor, College Chaplain and Year Level Coordinators to provide ongoing support to students.

Contact can be made with the Good News Lutheran College Counsellor and College Chaplain through SchoolBox, your child's ‘Teams’ account or email:  

College Counsellor:

College Chaplain:

The Word of God guides our relationships, teaching and learning and all activities of our community.

Support of Families

The support of students also extends to the support of their families.

Good News Lutheran College works together with parents/guardians to help sustain the best environment at home and to enable each student to understand and use the gifts and abilities given to them.

St Philip's Lutheran Church provides an opportunity for fellowship, for students and families.

Prayer Groups

College staff meet weekly in Prayer Groups to pray for the students, staff and College community. Good News Lutheran College believes that both staff and students should be Creating Success Together through prayer, service and worship. 

Good News Lutheran College acknowledges that our loving Creator God
first gave the land on which we are placed to the peoples of the First Nations, who have walked and cared for this land since before recorded time. We thank God for the land’s Traditional Custodians and pay our respects to Elders as we travel this journey of reconciliation in Australia.