Disciples of Christ

Jesus Christ is the foundation of our existence and the Catholic faith is of primary importance at Campion College. Our faith commitment is an integral part of the College and is celebrated and nourished through the liturgical and formal Religious Education programme. As a way of developing this understanding, all students take part in the Religious Education programme as they progress through the College
 At Campion College we place a strong focus on the Gospel values of Jesus Christ. In particular, we emphasise the values of commitment, compassion and community. These three values were exemplified by our founding Saints: Edmund Campion, Mary MacKillop and Marcellin Champagnat. They are the cornerstone for the way we aim to live our lives.
COMMITMENT: ‘To always give our best’
We are committed to the development of the total person to help all students reach their full potential. We cater for each student’s intellectual, spiritual, emotional, social and physical growth. We also have the same expectation of our students. We help foster self-management skills with all students.
COMPASSION: ‘To treat others as we would have them treat us’
We recognise and respect the uniqueness of every individual as being made in the image and likeness of God. We are committed to giving personalised attention to all students within a caring Christian environment. We work with students in a compassionate way and we aim to develop in our students, a compassionate approach to others.
COMMUNITY: ‘To grow to know ourselves through our relationships with others.’
We recognise that parents are the first educators of their children. We work in partnership with parents to provide the most appropriate support and encouragement to help foster each student’s development. We encourage our students to recognise their place in the wider community and the international global village.
 As a practical expression of our faith commitment we focus on personalising learning for all students. Personalising learning means putting the student at the heart of the educational system. It involves developing students as active partners in effective learning.