- Assumption Catholic School
Everyone is welcome to discover the heart of the Assumption Catholic School with it's focus on "Encounter, Achieve, Flourish". The Assumption Catholic School follows the Josephite principle of, 'See a need and do something about it'. At Assumption, students will encounter a unique educational experience which focuses on developing young people of integrity, compassion, faith and wisdom. Assumption works closely with their community parish to enhance their students capacity to make sense of the world and appreciate the uniqueness of others.
At Assumption, the staff help your child flourish academically, culturally, physically, socially and spiritually. Students receive a quality education within a Catholic environment supported by our team of talented and dedicated teachers and support staff. Teachers provide a variety of rich learning experiences for the students in their care, differentiating curriculum according to the specific needs of learners.
Pastoral care of students is seen as paramount, with the belief that every person is valuable and unique. Assumption celebrates Catholic life, academic success and has a rich extra-curricular program. The school is well regarded for its quality staff and expects children to strive to do their best and acnowledge their achievements in all their endeavours.
- St Stanislaus' College
The consistency of outstanding HSC results for boys of all academic levels continues to be the hallmark of education at St Stanislaus' College, Bathurst. The most recent educational research points to a significant change in the skills required for employment by 2030, with the reduction in the need for workers to complete routine, manual tasks and an increase in the time spent on solving strategic problems and thinking creatively.
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As such, Stannies has embarked on a number of programs geared to developing enterprise skills such as problem solving, creativity, critical thinking, communication, digital and financial literacy which are transferable into many employment areas. As a fully comprehensive secondary school, St Stanislaus' welcomes students with a range of academic abilities where they are encouraged, supported, challenged and expected to achieve their very best.
Each student works with his Tutor to set academic goals which are formalised in his Personal Learning Plan. These goals are then evaluated using feedback and data from teachers as well as input from the student himself. Students in Years 7 and 8 participate in the College Learning to Learn Program. Teachers plan and work together to engage the students in learning how to learn, with students identifying their strengths and areas for development.