Arts and cultural living
Arts and community integration is integral to our culture at Carinity Education – Southside, and we encourage students’ natural gifts and creativity through various activities.
Visiting clinicians and allied health services add to the warm, supportive environment at Carinity Education – Southside.
Our unique approach to learning through various mentoring activities allows us to build positive relationships with students in an informal ‘family-like’ environment.
The smaller class sizes at Carinity Education – Southside allow students to receive a high amount of personalised attention from teachers.
Support for student mothers
A crèche is available for young mothers who wish to complete their education.
The Senior School consists of Years 11–12. All students in the Senior School study core subjects in line with the National Curriculum, plus a range of elective Vocational Education and Training.
When new students enter Years 7-10 at Carinity Education – Southside, we assess the individual so that we may teach from their point of need with the aim to work them toward age appropriate levels.