A Barker education is shaped by our focus on preparing for a life beyond the School gates.
We live in exciting times. Now, more than ever, we need individuals and organisations that are equipped and prepared to embrace the challenge of the future. Through the Christian story we instil in our students the capacity, insight and knowledge they need to inspire real change. By exposing our students to diverse opportunities and experiences, they're able to develop resilience and adaptability within a supportive environment.
Every Barker student is different. What they all have in common is a confidence to embrace the challenge of the future and a capacity to make their own positive impact on the world.
Now more than ever, we need individuals and organisations that are equipped and prepared to embrace the challenge of the future.
In accordance with the Corporations Act, Barker College seeks to protect eligible whistleblowers and to manage qualifying disclosures made regarding misconduct in relation to the School. Further information about our Whistleblower Policy can be found here.
Alternate methods of making a qualifying disclosure may also be made through the following established processes:
• Confidential email address firstname.lastname@example.org
• Confidential and anonymous secure on line platform called Whispli which can be accessed through this website – follow this link to Barker Concerns
Did you know?
The name Barker College was first used in 1891. Frederic Barker, after whom the School is named, was the second Bishop of Sydney