McAuley Catholic College have transitioned their students from online teaching back to face to face classrooms.
Principal of the College, Ms Kate Thomson is excited to have students back at the College as the state government restrictions are being lifted.
“Our students are the life of McAuley. They bring the enthusiasm and provide the reason for a school,” said Ms Thomson.
The College transitioned the students back to school ready with a full return for all years this week.
“This has been an interesting experience for the College community.
“We have received positive feedback about the “ease of moving learning online”. This has been very reassuring about the success of our IT strategy that included every student having a device,” said Ms Thomson.
The College prides itself on offering individual attention that can often be missed in other school settings. McAuley Catholic College offers specialised and individual programs for students with additional learning needs, including workshops and programs for gifted and talented students.
“We have a major focus at McAuley on Pastoral care and wellbeing – both before and during COVID 19 crisis. We do pride ourselves on this.
“We are going to take this further as continue to explore and implement education models that focus on positive education and character strengths,” said Ms Thomson.
McAuley Catholic College are accepting enrolments for the 2021 school year.
“We have started the enrolment process now and asking new parents to contact the College through our website or by phone.
“If you have a child that is starting high school next year or you have a child that is looking to experience a different school setting I encourage parents to get in touch,” said Ms Thomson.
Any potential students looking to become part of the McAuley Catholic College community are invited to contact the College on 02 6643 1434 or see the website.