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Life at Scots

Student life at Scots College goes beyond traditional classroom education, placing a strong emphasis on developing the all-round character of its students.

The college provides comprehensive Pastoral Care to ensure the well-being and personal growth of each student. Through a supportive and nurturing environment, students receive guidance, mentoring, and support from dedicated staff who prioritize their overall welfare and development.

One of the key aspects of student life at Scots College is the House system. Students are assigned to one of the College's houses, creating a sense of belonging and camaraderie within a smaller community. The House system promotes healthy competition, encourages teamwork, and provides opportunities for leadership development. Students participate in inter-house competitions, events, and activities, fostering a strong sense of unity, friendship, and school spirit.

The College places a significant focus on the wellbeing of its students. Various programmes and initiatives are in place to support their physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing. Wellbeing strategies and resources are provided to help students develop resilience, manage stress, and maintain a healthy work-life balance. The College also promotes open communication and encourages students to seek support when needed, ensuring that their wellbeing remains a top priority.

Scots College offers a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities in sports, arts, and culture. Students have access to a comprehensive sports programme that caters to different interests and skill levels. They can participate in various sporting activities, competitions, and teams, fostering physical fitness, teamwork, and sportsmanship. In the arts and culture domain, students can explore their creativity through music, drama, visual arts, and cultural activities. They have the opportunity to showcase their talents and participate in performances, exhibitions, and cultural events.

Leadership development is also a significant aspect of student life at Scots College. The College provides platforms and opportunities for students to develop their leadership skills and take on leadership roles. Students can become prefects, house captains, or student representatives, enabling them to contribute to the school community, make decisions, and develop essential leadership qualities such as responsibility, integrity, and effective communication.