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    Learn more about St Leonard’s College, including our extensive employee benefits such as:

    • Smaller class sizes

    • Ideal lesson times – 4 x 80 minute lessons plus 35 minute mentor period

    • Industry-leading professional learning informed by global leaders such as Harvard Graduate School of Education

    • Staff mentoring and support

    • Mindfulness and wellbeing programs

    • Discounted tuition fees for children of staff members

    • Access to exceptional facilities including gymnasium and aquatic centre

    • Staff social functions

    • Holiday access to our Camp Ibis facility

    • Community events

    • Opportunity to give back to the community through our Lennie’s Van food van service program

    We also offer an extensive Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offering complimentary counselling services across a range of areas including career, legal, financial, nutrition and lifestyle, conflict resolution, professional management and more. All our employees and their immediate family members are able to access the EAP program.

    Download our Careers Brochure below to learn more.



    91 staff share what they love about working at our College.

    91 has zero tolerance for child abuse.

    91 is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our students.

    All employees are required to have a positive history of working with children, and be able to demonstrate their suitability, experience and attributes in relation to child safety.

    Prior to commencing employment information will be collected in order to establish suitability for child-connected work as defined in Ministerial Order 870 (MO 1359 as at 1 July 2022).

    Everyone working at 91 is responsible for the care and protection of the children and young people within our care and reporting of information about suspected child abuse. This includes not only a strong belief but also a legal requirement to comply with the child safety and protection obligations under the said Ministerial Order, and a strong commitment to be actively engaged in the Colleges child safe culture.

    All members of staff share in the responsibility for the prevention and detection of child abuse, and must:

    • Be responsible for understanding and applying the Colleges Child Safe Policy including being compliant with the Child Safe Code of Conduct and being proactive in reporting any concerns or identified risk, and will be required to read and formally acknowledge their acceptance of the schools Code of Conduct for staff
    • Take all reasonable steps to protect children from abuse
    • Report any reasonable belief that a childs safety is at risk to the Principal or delegate
    • Teachers, nurses and psychologists fulfil their obligations as mandatory reporters
    • Report any suspicion that a childs safety may be at risk to their supervisor (or, if their supervisor is involved in the suspicion, to the Principal or delegate)
    • Promote the cultural safety, participation and empowerment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children
    • Promote the safety, participation and empowerment of children with culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds
    • Promote the safety, participation and empowerment of children with a disability
    • Provide an environment that is supportive of all childrens emotional and physical safety