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Pastoral Care

We know that the school environment plays a major role in the social and emotional competence and well-being of children. Pastoral care, reflecting God’s word as well as current educational and psychological best practice, is a vital and integral part of Mundaring's offering. Our goal for pastoral care is to provide the support and encouragement that enables students to recognise and use their abilities with compassion, character and confidence in their community.

Years 7 and 8 students participate in the Armed for Life program, covering a variety of topics, including self-esteem, resilience, bullying and relationships.
Years 9 and 10 students participate in The Rite Journey, a gender-specific program designed to empower students to successfully navigate through the transition from adolescence to adulthood.
Year 11 students partake in Keys for Life, a comprehensive, evidence-based pre-driver program that educates young people about safer road use as well as first aid. 

House Factions

At Mundaring Christian College, honouring those that have gone before and paved the way for future generations, is important. One of the ways our College has acknowledged the pioneers who helped found our school, is to name our House Factions in their honour. We have four House Factions; ‘Dunn-Scott’, ‘Hedley’, ‘McKenzie’ and ‘Tester’. Students are encouraged to remember at each sport event, the importance of community and supporting each other. Participation is key; all students are expected to contribute to their Faction’s achievements. After each House event (Swimming Carnival, Athletics Carnival, Cross Country Carnival), the engraved Faction trophy is presented to the winning Faction.

Other Programs

Student Leadership

The aim of the college Leadership Program for students in Years 7 to 11 is to promote the concept of influencing others positively through service, self-giving and compassionate consideration of others. Each student from every Secondary school year group is given the opportunity to be mentored to grow and develop leadership skills. Initiatives of the Leadership Program include a buddy program where older students help younger students, leading fortnightly college assemblies and opportunities to provide leadership at events such as sports days, fundraising drives and community occasions such as ANZAC Day.  

Youth Group

Year 6 students can attend a Youth Group hosted by the school chaplain every Friday after school, where they will learn what to expect when they join a youth group in church. Secondary school students can join the relaxed and informative Youth Group which runs every Wednesday after school. 


Lead by the school sports chaplain, the college is part of the inter-churches Futsal competition and is currently the under 12 and mixed champions. The futsal program runs in the Primary school every Tuesday from 3:15pm till 5:00pm and in the Secondary school every Thursday from 3:15pm till 5:15pm.