About Our School
With strong community values and a reputation for innovation, Torquay College students enjoy a rich curriculum in a stimulating, safe and supportive environment. Our 800 students are actively engaged in developing critical thinking, technological and communication skills to equip them as 21st Century citizens.
From foundational numeracy and literacy skills, to an international exchange program, LOTE-Indonesian teaching, and the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation program, we engage students in their own educational and emotional learning journey. We do this through contemporary inquiry-based learning, which is supported by a highly motivated teaching team and strong ICT, Science, Sustainability, Intervention, Physical Education, Visual and Performing Arts Programs.
Our facilities include an Environment Centre with aviary and wetlands, a student-managed cafe, an edible garden and chicken house, art studios, vibrant, well resourced Library, rehearsal/ recording/ film editing rooms and an all weather soccer pitch and athletics track, tennis courts, cricket nets and grassed oval.
Our values and programs reflect the high priority and commitment of our parents and community for excellence in a positive and caring environment.
Torquay College is:
A safe and supportive environment with strong links between home, school and the local community
Where students build connections and relationships between one another and across all year levels
Where students are supported to achieve their personal best and become life long learners
Where students become responsible and active citizens of a global society.
Torquay College’s Strategic Plan and Annual Implementation Plans indicate the College’s commitment to achieving academic excellence through an inquiry-based curriculum.
Our College will lead the developmemt of curriculum within an Australian framework:
Prep to Year 4 – laying the foundations
Torquay College provides quality education enabling students to reach their potential and caters for the development of the ‘whole child’ from early childhood to young adulthood.
Students learn through engagement in challenging, diverse and effective school programs; individual academic and behavioural support is a priority. By focusing on the three school values of; Respect, Friendship and Doing Your Best.