The Salesian Difference
The Salesian tradition follows the example and guidance of St John Bosco. He believed that a Salesian school should be a happy place – a place of joy and lasting friendships.
A Salesian school must be a Home - a place that welcomes and where young people feel secure and loved; a Playground - where lasting friendships are made and experiences outside the classroom form character and personal development; a School - where students are educated for life and given every opportunity to achieve their full individual academic, cultural and sporting ability; and a Church where Gospel values and the presence of God in our lives is shared, understood, accepted and lived out in daily life.
'Many pupils spoke about how proud they are to be a Salesian.'
ISI Report 2022