Sacred Heart College is a Catholic co-educational College located on the coast in Sorrento, Western Australia. The College has approximately 1400 students in Years 7-12 and 170 staff. We have established an outstanding reputation for excellence based on consistent outstanding achievements in our Four Pillars – Spiritual, Academic, Cultural and Sport.

Our College prides itself on the quality of our pastoral care. We strive to ensure that each student is well known and cared for. Each student is encouraged to discover and develop their interests and talents to become the best they can be.

Sacred Heart is a College of innovation and excellence. Our staff educate through our motto of ‘Always Striving Upwards’, and in doing so have further enriched the College.

VACANCIES

There are no vacancies at this time.

RELIEF TEACHERS

We currently do not require any further Relief Teachers for 2018.

ENTERPRISE BARGAINING AGREEMENTS

The conditions and entitlements of staff working in Catholic schools are specified in Enterprise Bargaining Agreements (EBAs). These EBAs can be found on the following site: http://internet.ceo.wa.edu.au/Employment/Pages/Workforce-Relations.aspx

ROSTRUM PUBLIC SPEAKING COMPETITION

ROSTRUM PUBLIC SPEAKING COMPETITION

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THE DA VINCI DECATHLON

THE DA VINCI DECATHLON

It has been a busy week in the Academic area, with 32 students competing in the da Vinci Decathlon over four days.

Congratulations to all students who were involved in these challenges

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THE MARY POPPINS PROJECT - TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

THE MARY POPPINS PROJECT - TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

We are excited to announce that tickets are on sale for our Mary Poppins Production!

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LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR SACRED HEART NETBALL'S WINTER SEASON

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER FOR SACRED HEART NETBALL'S WINTER SEASON

We are still

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NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION AGAINST BULLYING AND VIOLENCE

NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION AGAINST BULLYING AND VIOLENCE

The Prime Minister, Hon Malcolm Turnbull, has written to all schools in Australia asking them to sign up for this day.

He says: “We believe all students have the right to be safe at

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