The learning environment at Catherine McAuley over the past weeks has been a place of deep learning for all members of the school community, with students involved in many school-based and extra-curricular activities, and staff engaged in professional learning to ensure we continue to stretch your daughters academically, socially and emotionally.
Students have participated in learning opportunities out of the classroom and on the sporting field. They have had days focussed on their learning in Social Sciences, History, Maths, STEM, Religious Education and have stretched their academic prowess in these areas as a result. They have competed in swimming, golf, volleyball and touch football events, showing their excellence in the sporting arena. They have also participated in VET courses and School of Now, our online learning courses, filling out a well-rounded education.
Teachers, also, have been involved in a wide range of learning in opportunities related to our school focus areas, inquiry learning and learning about the language of reading and writing in Social Sciences and History. In addition, the school leadership team has worked with our American educator, Dr Michael McDowell, to stretch our understanding of how to further improve the learning of students at Catherine McAuley.
It has certainly been a busy time, but a very productive time for all at Catherine McAuley.