Post-Boarding covers a student to transition to a post-school pathway to support their journey into employment, tertiary study or return to Country

  • All
  • Boarding Facility Design
  • Cultural Competence
  • Cultural Identity
  • Employment
  • Enrolment
  • First 100 Days
  • Fund Raising (inc Philanthropy)
  • Graduations
  • Health & Well-Being
  • Home Sickness
  • Orientation
  • Preparing parents for boarding
  • Preparing students for boarding
  • Racism
  • Reports
  • Scholarships
  • Social Emotional Well-Being
  • Student Supervision Resources
  • Student Travel
  • Student Voice
  • Tertiary Education
  • Transitions into school
  • early exits

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Post-Boarding covers the time a student is making choice beyond school and the period after they have departed boarding school to transition to a post-school pathway. Students can be supported to continue their journey into employment, tertiary study or pursue numerous alternative pathways.

Post-Boarding topics here include the reflections and advice of post-boarding students to inform boarding schools in improving their practice and support for new students. Other topics include good practice in transitioning to tertiary study.

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