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St

Christopher's

Professional Learning

Effective teaching practice begins with the thoughtful and intentional design of learning that engages students intellectually and

academically.

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About

 

I hope that this website will provide you with a sense of our commitment to developing creative, critical minds and loving hearts in every student, in a faith community, supported by parents and our parish.

 

We are committed to our Catholic faith and to improving the learning outcomes for all students.  We believe in developing skills that will help our students create a better world for everyone, where life long learning is a commitment that we all undertake to help us reach our full potential.

Please have a good look through this website; I hope that you too will get a sense of the many great activities that happen each day at our wonderful school as we strive to meet the individual needs of our students academically, spiritually, emotionally and intellectually.

 

Mr Jamie Wahab

 

Principal​​​​​​​

Videos of Practice

The images below are explained in our Videos of Pratice. Click the images to see what learning is like at St Christopher's
 
 
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Student Self Reflections

Student Self Reflections

We know that successful students display positive learning dispositions and as educators, it is imperative that we foster these beliefs in our classrooms. In Year 6, we are empowering these positive learning dispositions by using student self reflections.

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Never see a need without doing something about it
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                                     Mary MacKillop