As a school Strathcona supports students to achieve the best results they can, but our goal is much bigger. We want our students to have lives full of opportunity and reward. What that looks like in the future will be very different from what it has been in the past.
Published article: https://www.vate.org.au/idiom Engaging the Middle School in Comparing Texts: A creative approach to The Giver/The Truman Show, and When Michael Met Mina/Freedom Stories When we think of …
Kenneth Kong, Head of Strategy and Portfolio at BP will be our guest speaker. Kenneth will speak about his work at BP and what that means for careers in the future and the skills and capabilities required.
You are invited to join us as our Years 5-7 students present The Lion King JR. Watch as the African savannah comes to life with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle… and back again, in this inspiring, coming-of-age tale.
Social Tuesdays provides a nurturing classroom environment. Our perspective is that all students are open to having an opinion, and even if they are nervous, their contribution is highly valued. As a result of our focus on Emotional Intelligence through Social Tuesdays, we have also observed our students as a group are more cohesive and there has been a significant increase in collaboration.
To be kind and to care. Kind to themselves, the environment and to others. Care for themselves both physically and mentally and then care for others where possible,” is sound advice from Head of Findlay Miss Rebecca Kerr.
“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” -Ferris Bueller
This is one of Mr Scott Pannam favourite quotes. As Head of Arnold House and a long standing Strathcona English teacher he has great appreciation for the ‘moments’ in life. He cherishes working with adolescents and the joy they bring to life.