The five R’s are the college principles that all community members work within to help create a safe and creative space. They are also a set of ideas that can help people navigate the world in a way that supports non-violence. Below are some ideas on how we use the 5 R’s in college.
Jabiru Community College (JCC) is a small, independent, non-government school that provides a flexible, personalised education experience for young people in years 10, 11 and 12. Our school is small by design and is made up of up to 80 students.
Personalisation: One student at a time. With the help of their Community Group Coordinator and parents, each student develops a learning plan that explores their interests and passions, and identifies personal learning goals, authentic project work and wider curriculum requirements. This plan is reviewed and updated regularly.
What is JCC’s Purpose? To be a safe and creative learning community where young people from diverse backgrounds can take up their human right to a 21st Century education. At JCC we believe that a quality education nurtures lifelong learning. Our learners practice and [...]
Jabiru Community College was established in 2011, thanks to the initiative of Jabiru Community Youth & Children’s Services Association Inc. (Jabiru). Jabiru is a community organization based in Bracken Ridge. It provides a range of social and community services in support of children, families and [...]