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Equity Services


Rostrevor College acknowledges the importance of equity for all students who are enrolled at the college. The term "Equity" refers to all actions and responses taken by the school to overcome the disparity of resources and abilities in academic, social, emotional, physical and cultural outcomes for students. Particular focus is given to students with special needs, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students (ATSI), English as an Additional Language (EAL) and Refugee students.

Equity Council

To reinforce the importance of Equity at our College an Equity Council has been formed comprising of the following faculties or areas Indigenous Education, Inclusive Education, Psychology and Counselling Services and Student Wellbeing.

In accordance with the charism of Blessed Edmund Rice, the Equity Council is committed to the provision and protection of opportunity, success and inclusion of all students into every aspect of Rostrevor College education so that they are able to participate and fulfil their potential.

Equity Council is committed to enabling the inclusion of all students within our College community. 

The Equity Council will:

  • Identify, support and provide a holistic plan to assist students with additional or complex needs
  • Identify, provide and evaluate systematic processes for inclusivity within the College community

The members of Equity Council include:

  • Director Junior Campus (Chair)         
  • Deputy Principal        
  • Head of Inclusive Education         
  • Indigenous Education Liaison Officer
  • Psychologist
  • Director Student Wellbeing
  • Director Teaching & Learning         
  • Coordinator Administration & Student Programs

The Equity Council meet on a regular basis to discuss, implement and strategically plan for continuous improvement in equitable outcomes for all students and college systematic processes.





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