For over 20 years The Rite Journey has been providing unique educational programs to support the development of self-aware, responsible, respectful, resilient and resourceful adults.
How does the Rite Journey embody the values and beliefs of our Christian Perspective?
Our school has a commitment to 5 core values:
‘Ultimately, our school needs to be a place where we all recognise the facts, perceive the threats, and embrace activities that advance solutions for a healthy, vibrant, and faithful school community.’
Mr Adrian Bosker – Principal and Father
‘The topics that TRJ explores are relevant to our adolescents. The facilitation of the program provides many opportunities for students to have “safe” discussions and led in a way that leads back to God’s purposes and will.’
Mrs Irene Niebuur – Head of Junior School and Mother.
‘Under the right circumstances boys (kids) can be relied upon to step up and be counted, and having duties and responsibilities to perform, is one way of providing for the right circumstance to foster the sense of purpose that comes from serving others.’
Mr. Terry Lake – Teacher and Father
'Our teen transition is all about risks. We have to take them. Often we’ll fall as we figure out who we are, and who we want to be. It’s a full-on season with a whirlwind of choices, directions, hormones (!!!), and so many social pressures and confusing messages.’
Mrs Margaret Dingemanse – Board Member and Mother.
Introducing a program like this leads to many questions from student and their parents.
Here, you can read some of the questions commonly asked by parents and our responses.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please direct any additional questions you might have to the TRJ or Middle School Coordinator.
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