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INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS FEATURE V1 - NTNE01Z01DS SUN NEWSPAPERS, Tuesday, May 24, 2016 25 Three times the quality GOOD Shepherd Lutheran College is now the largest school in the Northern Territory with three thriving campuses in Leanyer, Palmerston and Howard Springs. This Early Learning Centre to Year 12 College is a one-stop shop for dynamic education and an extremely well reputed Pastoral Care program. The latter is perhaps what makes it the No.1 choice for parents seeking a quality, Christian and engaging education for their children. The College has an Early Learning Centre (ELC) at both the St Andrew Campus in Leanyer, which caters for three and four-year-old children, and the Howard Springs Campus, which caters for four-year-old children. The College is an International Baccalaureate World School, offering both the Primary Years and Middle Years Programmes. They also offer NTCET programs for senior students. Good Shepherd is committed to providing excellence in education, embracing the wellbeing of all students while aim ing to develop active, knowledgeable and compassionate students, who understand they have a responsibility to the communities to which they belong. The College does this through providing effective educational pathways, opportunities for service to others and a strong, community recognised and valued Pastoral Care program. Good Shepherd works collaboratively with parents to ensure their children become confident learners with a passion for lifelong learning, with an acceptance of who they are and where their strengths lie. The College provides a caring, supportive community, emphasising the importance of positive relationship building and treating others with respect it is simply central to the way they act. The principle of Grace in Action is central to who they are as a Lutheran college. The College is at the cutting edge of Positive Education which is the application of the psychology of optimal functioning and wellbeing. Research has shown that programs founded on Positive Psychology can bring about measurable improvement in psychological, emotional and physical health, academic outcomes, wellbeing and life satisfaction. These programs can also buffer against anxiety and depression which is an increasing feature of our society. They are proud to be one of a handful of schools across Australia with this approach to education. If you are considering Good Shepherd, then dont miss the upcoming Junior School Information Evening and Principals Tour. Good Shepherd has a Facebook page and recently launched App Good Shepherd Lutheran College NT. Should you need more information on any of the Colleges three campuses be required, please dont hesitate to make contact. Phone: (08) 8983 0300 Email: email@example.com Or go to the website: www.goodshepherd.nt.edu.auGood Shepherd Lutheran College offers top-quality, Christian and engaging education for children Identity Service Respect Both of these opportunities will provide you with information on the College, including the International Baccalaureate Primary & Middle Years Programme. It will also enable you to better understand the Colleges enrolment process and will provide an opportunity for you to ask those important questions concerning your child and their entry into one of our three campuses in Palmerston, Leanyer and Howard Springs. We look forward to meeting you. Bookings are Essential RSVP your attendance by Wednesday 1 June 2016 P : 8983 0300 E : firstname.lastname@example.org Howard Springs Campus Cnr Whitewood Rd & Kundook Pl, Howard Springs www.goodshepherd.nt.edu.au Middle / Senior School Principals Tour Howard Springs Campus Saturday 4 June 2016 10.00am 11.00am Junior School Information Evening Howard Springs Campus Chapel Thursday 2 June 2016 6.30pm 7.30pm Discover our School ...
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