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Future focused

 

Building a future that matters

Our ongoing upgrades and developments to key facilities and programs mean we are well poised to continue to offer an education that nurtures and cares for the whole person, by delivering the learning that matters, for generations to come.

These upgrades include a stunning new Music Performance Centre; development of a state-of-the-art English and Languages building; and improvements and additions to our expansive range of programs at all year levels.  Also included are the next stages of Surf Coast Campus (Prep to Year 9) and upgrades across all campuses.

Surf Coast Campus Developments

The Surf Coast Campus in Torquay continues to grow and expand to accommodate increasing enrolments. Stage 2A of our Masterplan is presently evolving, with a raft of new buildings taking shape. A new central administration centre has already been completed as part of this stage, allowing families and students to receive the best customer experience as they enter the site. The Campus Reception and Student Office are now clearly identifiable and operational, for student drop off and collection. This building also houses a suite of offices of varying sizes for meetings, presentations and to support administrative and First Aid functions. The original administration and staff facility is in the process of being converted to the staff lounge.

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Under Stage 2A developments, a further 2 classrooms will be completed, along with the conversion of the large multi-purpose room, to two Prep rooms, in readiness for 2025. The final piece in the present development, is the completion of the indoor Gymnasium and Sports Centre, expected to open in Semester 2, 2024. This state-of-the-art facility will cater for a variety of sports and physical education pursuits, offering a wide range of activities both within, and outside, of regular school hours. It will also provide a safe space for student change-rooms, whilst also allowing inter-school sports competitions to be conducted. A music room is also central to this major development, where each classroom will have specialist tuition and performance opportunities.

The local community will also have the opportunity to engage with and enjoy this wonderful indoor space. The Gymnasium will also become the central hub, a critical element to allow the Surf Coast Campus community a large space to ‘gather’ for Assemblies, Services, Performances, and a host of special college events.

English and Languages Building

Our strategic aim to create independent learners, especially in Years 10-12, requires classrooms that are contemporary, flexible and interconnected. The new learning facility currently under construction at our Senior Campus will accommodate all English and Languages classes. Each of these subjects encourages students to consider their ‘worldview’, their place in the world and their role as global citizens. Promoting such learning in a modern facility built to encourage critical and creative thinking, collaboration and various modes of communication, is vitally important to our College vision.

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The project will provide ten contemporary learning spaces with both indoor and outdoor facilities, and also an open plan area that can accommodate up to 200 students or adults for communal gatherings. Some of the intended uses for this space include assemblies, parent welcome evenings, information sessions and student performances. The new building will also become the ‘spiritual home’ for Taylor House, adding to the sense of community and identity for our students who will be able to gather together – both formally and informally – in this dynamic new space, with a beautiful vista looking out across wider Geelong and surrounds.

The English and Languages Building is on track to be completed and ready for use during 2022.

Learning at Christian College

As educators, we believe it is a necessity to reach beyond the fundamental skills to teach the whole person.

We call this ‘whole person’ approach The Learning That Matters. Students develop understanding and build skills to meet the challenges of today and the opportunities of tomorrow.

Experiences at CCG

Through an extensive range of co-curricular and extra-curricular experiences, students learn Christian values and gain knowledge through participation and interaction, in local and global communities.