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

Students become TOM National Champions!

Students become TOM National Champions!

Sacred Heart College’s Science Technology Tournament of Minds (TOM) team were crowned National Champions after competing against teams from Australia, New Zealand and Thailand in Adelaide over

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TOM Teams Pack for International Finals

TOM Teams Pack for International Finals

On Sunday 10 September, five of our teams competed against 200 other students in the State Finals at ECU Joondalup. Our sincere congraulations go to the Maths Engineering and Science Technology

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Announcement: 2018 College Musical

Announcement: 2018 College Musical

We are very excited to announce that the College Musical for 2018 is... MARY POPPINS! 

SACRED HEART DOMINATE AT ROBOCUP STATE FINALS

SACRED HEART DOMINATE AT ROBOCUP STATE FINALS

The qualifying round of the Robocup State Titles last Friday was very hectic, with record numbers of competitors from across the State. In a first for us, all of our teams qualified for the State

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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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