Why Inclusive Education? Kate Watts, Assistant Dean of Learning – Inclusive Practices answers this often asked question and believes this is incredibly important to bring to the forefront of all educational conversations.
If you start the year with strong practices and habits, then you need only focus on repeating them consistently to see yourself achieve your very best.
Staff Blogger Patrick Behan
2020. The Future. In the classics, we were always teased with the far-reaching and often dizzy heights that this year was meant to bring. Flying cars, trips to outer space and automation of our lives were promised. While some aspects of technology and the digital world have arrived, many will be remembering 2020 for one reason that no one saw coming.
Staff Blogger Patrick Howell, Head of Business
This year has been a very unusual year for students of Business and Economics. COVID19 has thrown up many challenges to businesses and individuals around Australia and across the world. The 2020 Federal Budget was unrecognisable from any other post-war Budget. Young people will likely be economically disadvantaged, as the following video explains.
Staff Blogger, Hayley McDonald Inclusive Practices Coordinator – Senior School
As I am sure you’ve heard nearly a thousand times that 2020 has been a year like no other! How many times have we had to pick ourselves up and get going again? Our Senior class of 2020 are a band of warriors that you cannot keep down.