We wish to:

  • contribute to the elimination of the glaring gaps in life expectancy, health, education levels, incarceration rates and employment rates between Indigenous and non-indigenous Australians.
  • raise awareness and knowledge of Indigenous history and culture and change attitudes that are often based on myths and misunderstandings. We will do this through program of action and reflection where everyone plays their part in building better relationships between all Australians.
  • build mutually respectful relationships between Indigenous and non-indigenous Australians that allow us to work together to solve problems and generate success for marginalised people that is in everyone's best interests.by striving for personal excellence, having the courage of their convictions and being active agents of change.

We develop our students to respond to Jesus As a Catholic School faithful to the Gospel and the tradition of the Sisters of Our Lady of the Mission.

Our vision for reconciliation:

CEWA Reconciliation Action Plan – Launch Address by Fred Chaney

YEAR 9 GATE STUDENTS IMPRESS AT JUST START IT

YEAR 9 GATE STUDENTS IMPRESS AT JUST START IT

On Saturday 23 June, our Year 9 GATE students presented their mobile applications (app) at the Catholic Education Office as part of the Just Start IT program, this year sponsored by Catholic

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EUPHRASIE BARBIER ART COMPETITION: WINNER ANNOUNCED

EUPHRASIE BARBIER ART COMPETITION: WINNER ANNOUNCED

Mrs Sandra Manning and Mr Chris Kan launched an art competition at the beginning of Term 3, providing students with the opportunity to create their very own portrait of Euphrasie Barbier, the

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UNIFORM CHANGE - EFFECTIVE 2019

UNIFORM CHANGE - EFFECTIVE 2019

A representative group of parents, staff and students began a review of the College Uniform in October of last year. The Uniform Committee has worked extremely hard with considerable research and

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YOUNG VINNIES' YEAR 10 WINTER SLEEPOUT

YOUNG VINNIES' YEAR 10 WINTER SLEEPOUT

Last Friday, 95 Year 10 students braved the horrible weather conditions to sleep in the corridors of SHC to find out what it is like to be homeless for just one night.

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STUDENTS AND STAFF COMMEMORATE NATIONAL RECONCILIATION WEEK

STUDENTS AND STAFF COMMEMORATE NATIONAL RECONCILIATION WEEK

We have been celebrating National Reconciliation Week at Sacred Heart.

On Tuesday, a group of students had the opportunity to attend a Reconciliation Walk at Lake Gwelup with Mr Chris Kan

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