One of our four touchstones that defines us as a Catholic school in the Edmund Rice tradition is Justice and Solidarity. In this touchstone we are called to commit to justice and peace for all, grounded in a spirituality of action and reflection that calls us to stand in solidarity with those who are marginalised and the Earth itself.
- Principal’s Message
- Formation & Service
- Co-curricular Activities
- Coming Up
- Week In Review
Deciding on a pathway is easy for some students and difficult for others, but the ATC Career and Pathways team aims to ensure students are provided with activities to assist them in understanding their interests, attributes, skills, and experiences to help shape their future pathway decisions.
‘Be who you want to be, not what you want to be.’
With this pertinant statement in mind, the Year 7 students engaged in their 2018 Retreat Day exploring a variety of topics including mindfulness, social media awareness, self-regulation and equality as well as exploring the stories of three very influential men.
While we might not admit to it, we all do it. It might be with your mates on a Friday night, on the long family road trip, to your Spotify playlist as you do chores or in the shower with no shame. We all sing.
Last night we began the orientation process for Year 7 2019 families. This will be the College’s largest ever cohort of students. ATC strongly promotes a sense of community and our continuing Year 6 families helped to provide a warm, friendly welcome to the ninety new families coming to ATC in 2019.
Enjoy this week’s video roundup of all the ATC action! Remember to use the ATC 2018 Vimeo password to access the movie. If you have forgotten the password please email ATCommunications.
Last Thursday evening, mums with year 11 boys met for a lovely and lively dinner at My Thai in Auchenflower. Bowls of delicious fresh food were juggled left and right in amongst great conversations including our sons, books, shows, art and family.