Teams are divided into Advisory groups consisting of an Advisory teacher and a small number of students. In Years 7 to 10, advisories meet each morning, and three times a week in Year 11 and 12.
It is during these times that Personal Learning Plans are developed. It is also the Advisory teacher's responsibility to ensure that students are working towards the targets identified in the Personal Learning Plans.
In the senior years the Advisory program incorporates career development and personal development.
Families and students have the opportunity to contribute to the development and revision of these Personal Learning Plans at the Three Way Conferences, involving the student, advisor and parent, held twice per year.
The Advisory teacher and the wider team are responsible for the academic, social and emotional needs of individual students.
They are the first port of call for any inquiries by parents; they are also the staff members responsible for communication with home.