At this stage of development, boys and girls are beginning to question their world – and need to be given the opportunity to do just that. A hallmark of that developing maturity is the capacity to accept others for who they are without having to agree with their views.
In looking after students and managing their needs and interests as individuals, we are allowing them to achieve a ‘personal best’ in all that they do, but in a non-selective setting.
Our Advisor program is part of our overall welling philosophy, which is built on Christian beliefs and the core values of respect and responsibility. The principles of Positive Education enhance the sense of meaning and hope in students and staff alike, while behaviour management practices are built on the foundations of Restorative Justice, aiming for equity, fairness and responsibility in all circumstances.
More information on Positive Education and Restorative Justice can be found here.
Scholarship and Open Day will be held on Monday 17 February 2020 and is the ideal opportunity for prospective parents to learn more about TAS.
Come and see for yourself why TAS is the one for opportunity. Speak to our senior teachers, learn about our extensive Co-Curricular, Creative Arts and our Leadership, Service and Adventure programs and see first hand why TAS students excel is so many areas.