Teaching at Christ's College


Philanthropy – Nga ¯ kau ohaoha Through thinking beyond self and striving to do good, we gain personal and collective strength. To give to others – of time, talent or treasure – for the betterment of humankind, is one of the most fundamental of Christian virtues. It is essential to an enriched lifelong human experience. In the College context this encompasses inclusivity – celebrating diversity and enabling differentiation across our academic, pastoral and co- curricular programmes. This will be pivotal by 2025.

Sustainability – Toitu ¯ tanga Sustainability makes sense. It is an investment in our community for the benefit of future generations. The four pillars of sustainability – economic, cultural, social and environmental – will be the focus for action within College and in the wider community towards 2025. Sustainability in the College context encompasses financial certainty, the uniqueness of the College experience, and the school’s obligation to society and our response to matters of global concern. College is a small entity within a much larger ecosystem – we must embrace sustainability, take action, and learn how to live smarter in order to thrive.

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Strategic Enablers Financial freedom Excellence in teaching, learning and curriculum Quality staff and culture Collaboration and partnership Advancement Policies and practices

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Adventure Our students have the courage to push themselves beyond their perceived limits, cross boundaries and discover that they are capable of more than they thought.

Leadership Our students recognise that successful leaders are driven by a desire to be of service to others, to nurture, guide, develop and help them to improve and succeed.

Service Our students celebrate personal development through practical experience that brings sustainable support and benefit to others.

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