Students today are immersed in a globalising world that is marked by rapid scientific and technological growth. As technology advances,
we are challenged to collaborate with schools and lead new pedagogical models for learning and teaching,
incorporating new technologies in the classroom and providing new learning spaces to meet the needs of students.
Theme 2: Quality Teaching for all Learners, Catholic Education Melbourne Strategic Plan 2015–2019
Saran KimYear 12 Student, Mater Christi College, Belgrave
Services and Special Events Unit provides:
Services Unit manages the following Special Events for Catholic schools in the
Archdiocese of Melbourne:
Secondary enrolment process:
In consultation with
the Planning Unit, the Secondary Service Unit handled all enquiries regarding enrolment from parents wishing to
enrol their children in Catholic secondary schools in the Archdiocese of
Melbourne, and provided advice for principals and registrars regarding enrolment.
Visual Art Exhibition:
A call for
submissions of art works from students in all Catholic schools from Foundation to
Year 12 was made by the Unit. Once the art works had been selected by curators, drawn from school art
staff, the Unit hung the works in the Celtic Hall at the Catholic
Leadership Centre for display during Catholic Education Week 2015. There was a
presentation of awards on the Sunday at the end of Catholic Education Week to
which the prize winners, families, principals and school staffs were invited.
Colloquium for Year 10 students
The colloquium for Year
10 students is held annually on the afternoon of the Catholic Education Week Mass of St Patrick for Schools.
Former students of Catholic schools are invited to speak about their lives post
school and how much their education within a Catholic setting influenced them.
Time to Shine
After a very successful
concert at the Palais Theatre in 2014, the Unit auditioned students to perform in the
next Gala which will take place in 2016 at the Regent Theatre. The selected
students commenced rehearsals in July 2015.
World Youth Day
World Youth Day 2016
will take place in Krakow, Poland in July/August 2016. Nominations of students
were received from schools and teachers were selected to accompany them.
Formation of the students and teachers commenced in 2015. Registration of the
students and teachers with the World Youth Day Victorian Pilgrimage was
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