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10 Coeducation is one of our core commitments because we believe girls and boys need to grow up in an environment that reflects the real world fosters equality and capitalises upon the benefits derived from gender collaboration. When our girls and boys play together learn together lead together and serve together they develop the well-rounded social and personal skills to successfully engage in and contribute to contemporary society. The leadership team places great emphasis on appointing staff who know how to bring out the best in both individuals and class cohorts. They draw out and encourage respect for the different thinking views and opinions girls and boys have in relation to all studies. They are expert at moderating discussion and classroom interactions so girls and boys whether forthright and confident or more thoughtful and considered are given the time and opportunity to express themselves test their ideas debate possibilities and suggest alternatives. The welcome presence of our indigenous and international students enhances this real-life population mix. A shared multicultural experience enables local and international students to develop cultural empathy and an appreciation of different beliefs values and traditions that facilitates understanding and communication. It is a critical preparation for life in an interconnected world. Committed to coeducation