Sacred Heart Central School places high priority on the importance of setting high expectations and developing literacy and numeracy skills.
The Catholic school community fosters the mindset that anything is possible when individuals truly believe in their God-given gifts and abilities.
The 2017 school captains, Mitchell Deep and Mackenna James, have been attending the school from kindergarten to year 10.
“We both love Sacred Heart because of the extensive opportunities it provides for all students,” Mitchell said.
"The school makes everyone feel like they are part of a supportive community, older students watch out for the younger ones and teachers are prepared to go above and beyond to make sure we get the best education.”
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A holistic approach to education allows students to develop academically, socially, physically and spiritually.
This is achieved by encouraging students to participate and take healthy risks with their learning.
“We offer support and challenging opportunities which cater for the diverse learning needs of students in a contemporary educational setting,” principal Janet Cartwright said.
“The school offers a welcoming, inclusive environment which allows students to effectively learn because they feel safe and nurtured.”
Academic success, student wellbeing and faith formation go hand in hand to help students to grow from wide eyed, curious Kindys to responsible, respectful young adults who understand the importance of giving back to the community.