INTRODUCTION

The Church’s mission, received from Jesus Christ through the apostles, is to proclaim the Good News of Salvation to every human being. The mission of the Church is the basic mission too of the Catholic school. The process through which the Church fulfills this mission is called “evangelisation”.

The Church evangelises by “bringing the Good News into all strata of human society, and, through its influence, transforming humanity from within and making it new” (On Evangelisation in the Modern World 18)

Catholic schools evangelise by:

• Striving continually to be effective schools

• Teaching students to integrate faith, culture and life (Mandate Document 18)

More information can be found below:

 

World Scholars Cup place 4th in Australia/America

World Scholars Cup place 4th in Australia/America

Congratulations to Hugh Swann, Lara Woodward, Mitchell Simpson and Natasha Re for their spectacular results in the Global Round of the competition. The team won gold medals for ranking 94th

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Year 8 da Vinci Decathlon Team win National Finals!

Year 8 da Vinci Decathlon Team win National Finals!

Congratulations to our Year 8 da Vinci Decathlon team who are NATIONAL FINAL WINNERS!

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Uniform Shop Renovations

Uniform Shop Renovations

Due to renovations, the Uniform Shop will be closed on Wednesday 29 June and will not reopen until Monday 24 July (Week 2, Term 3). 

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Sacred Heart win 13th consecutive ACC Cross Country Carnival

Sacred Heart win 13th consecutive ACC Cross Country Carnival

Sacred Heart continued its impressive cross country record with a hard fought victory in the ACC Carnival last Thursday. After being 73 points down to Peter Moyes early in the day, an incredible

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World Scholars Cup - Perth Round

World Scholars Cup - Perth Round

Last week whilst everyone was enjoying their extra long weekend, some very dedicated and enthusiastic students spent Friday and Saturday representing Sacred Heart College at the World Scholars

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