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Principal Marise McConaghy spoke on ABC Melbourne radio breakfast Real Talk segment with Sammy J this morning about the benefits of all girls’ schools and how they empower girls in leadership.
Climate action is extremely important to the young people of today. Emily Harle, Year 12 has paired her voice with her passion to protect our planet, to highlight the very real issues our country faces when it comes to climate change. In She Society today, Emily expresses the need for a clear plan to tackle the negative impacts of climate change to ensure a better future for Australians in years to come.
The Hope is Not Cancelled mural brightens Canterbury Road under the train pass near the Maling Road corner. The mural was born from students work with an artist in residence, Nicole van Dijk and draws from their experience living through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tay Creggan, our Year 9 campus, is proudly part of Open House Melbourne 2022. The weekend offers the opportunity to celebrate the wonderful architecture of our city. We welcome the community to come and tour TC, the gardens and surrounds of the campus.
Congratulations to Head of Digital Learning and Innovation Professional Learning Team and Pedagogy Leader, Catherine Newton, Year 2 Teacher, Eliza Nolan and Senior Dean of Learning Futures Ross Phillips, on their recent Educator Awards.
‘If you’re not playing the long game, you’re not getting my vote’: What young people want politicians to know.
The past few years have been tough for everyone but in some ways especially difficult for young adults. In The Age today, Saskia Heng shared what she wanted the next government to know so that it can steer the country in the right direction.
Alumni Paris Balla’s (’15)play is part of the VCE Playlist this year. The Owl and the Albatross will be studied across the state. This is only part of Paris’ career in theatre. Paris wants to ensure representation is visible for all. Learn more about their journey so far.
We hear daily reports about cars, climate change and computers. These three fields are referred to in terms of promise and fear, controversy and politics, and the future of work!
Workshops are designed for Mums, special friends and daughters to participate together, from all age groups, fostering connection, sense of self and healthy lifestyles in line with Strathcona’s Wellbeing program.
In The Educator, Head of Humanities Scott Sweeney writes about recent world events and the job of a History teacher is not to teach students what to think, but how to think. Learn more by reading the full article.
From recording indigenous Australian languages in remote Northern Territory to completing an Masters of Education in France, Elena Mujkic (’08) discovered the essence of teaching and engaging students and has taken her knowledge and passion to make a difference with students with learning differences. Read about her impressive career to date and and the impact education has had on Elena’s life.
The compass that guides Strathcona Teachers in their development and improvement of pedagogy. Dean of Teaching and Learning Simone Boland details The Strathcona Life Learner.