• Leadership

Leading tomorrow

Our Framework

Our Formation Framework outlines the authentic provision of a Catholic education in the Edmund Rice tradition that promotes holistic formation of ‘Signs of Faith’. This is reflected in our College Prayer and Formation Touchstones:

College Prayer

Loving God,
grant me the courage to be a sign of faith as we…
Learn and live Ambrose in our heads
Lead and live Edmund in our hands
Serve and live Jesus in our hearts Forever!

Learning

“The school is open to all who wish to avail themselves of it without distinction.” Ambrose
Ambrose was a person of learning who empowered his staff and students to learn to excel by engaging them
in dynamic and relevant pathways that empowered learning, service and personal excellence. In our community learning is characterised by:
Engagement
Preparation promotes potential.
Endurance
Resilience reaps rewards.
Excellence
Achieve your personal excellence. An Ambrose Treacy Gentleman is an engaged learner who endures to achieve their personal excellence.

Leadership

The will of God be done in this and in everything we undertake.” Edmund
Edmund was a person of leadership who lead through actions that demonstrated a respect for self and others. In our community our leadership is characterised by:
Presence
Be present to people and God (love).
Respect
Respect yourself and those you journey with.
Courage
Lead by courageous example.
An Ambrose Treacy Gentleman is a courageous leader of action who is present and respectful.

Service

“Whoever wants to be first must be last and a servant of all.” Mark 9:35
Jesus was a person of service who served the community through compassionate relationships that empowered others. In our community our service is characterised by:
Faith
Have faith in God (love).
Relationships
Build compassionate relationships that empower.
Margins
Demonstrate a preferential commitment to the margins. An Ambrose Treacy Gentleman is a faithful servant who builds relationships that empower the marginalised.