Month: November 2021

Strathcona partners with Women’s Property Initiatives

Strathcona is delighted to announce a new partnership with Women’s Property Initiatives (WPI). Our partnership with WPI will help our girls to become more conscious citizens, to be aware of the needs of the broader community, and to consider how collectively we can create better futures for women. It will also build their understanding of important social issues.

School’s innovative program helping girls envision a successful future

Named one of The Educator’s most Innovative Schools of 2021 in recognition of the award-winning Strathcona TC Envision Program – specifically tailored for Year 9 students and woven together with the Victorian Curriculum – teaches important entrepreneurial and life-ready skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, design capability, intellect, collaboration, communication and resilience. The Educator writes about TC Envision and why it is recognised as one of the most innovative programs in Australia.

Having a Voice

A career on TV, an author, stand-up comedian, live performer and most famously a radio presenter, alumnae Jo Stanley (’90) has an extensive career in media. Reflecting on her career journey to date and what has driven her, there is one thing that gives her more reason than others – ” To amplify the voices who are usually not heard.”

Individual Choice

The freedom we exhibit as humans to determine our own actions through individual choice, is what makes us each unique and individual. The choices we make, what we should or should not do, the possibilities of alternatives and which option is best, determines how we interact with and see the world. This article discusses and gives insights into Strathcona’s Ethics Class.