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Staff

Our staff are at the heart of the College and have a vital impact on student performance in collaboration with parents and guardians. We attract and develop the most highly qualified teachers, who are experts in their field with a dedication to boys' education. There is an ever-evolving healthy mix of new and long-serving staff, who bring new energy and expertise to our consistent standards and values. We are passionate about fostering a culture of continuous improvement and work collaboratively in the pursuit of excellence.

As we continue to grow, and thrive in the years ahead, we will:

2022
2023
2024
2025
2026

2022

Learning and Teaching

As an authentic Catholic Augustinian school, we value a restless search for Truth that develops intellectual independence found through a commitment to lifelong learning and academic rigour.

3A. Prioritise student engagement, connection, creativity and resilience through a differentiated, innovative and relevant whole school approach to learning and teaching.

  • For the staff to integrate a more effective holistic evidence-based approach to teaching and learning.

Care and Engagement

As an authentic Catholic Augustinian school, we give priority to relationships, seeking tolerance, forgiveness and service.

2C. Develop a greater sense of connection, safety, community and care in all the College community.

  • For the staff to create engagement opportunities for staff to develop authentic relationships and cohesion.

ANNUAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2022

2023

Learning and Teaching

As an authentic Catholic Augustinian school, we value a restless search for Truth that develops intellectual independence found through a commitment to lifelong learning and academic rigour.

3A. Prioritise student engagement, connection, creativity and resilience through a differentiated, innovative and relevant whole school approach to learning and teaching.

  • To create and implement school wide practices to improve reading and writing to enhance learning and improve student outcomes.
  • To improve feedback practices that inform teaching and learning experiences in the classroom and create consistency across the school.

Care and Engagement

As an authentic Catholic Augustinian school, we give priority to relationships, seeking tolerance, forgiveness and service.

2A. Provide a challenging, supportive environment that champions growth, courage, respect and resilience in students, staff and parents.

  • To create a common expectation around student behaviour and a collective staff efficacy.

ANNUAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2023

2024

Care and Engagement

As an authentic Catholic Augustinian school, we give priority to relationships, seeking tolerance, forgiveness and service.

2A. Provide a challenging, supportive environment that champions growth, courage, respect and resilience in students, staff and parents

  • To develop a consistent approach for staff in relation to student behaviour management and application to teaching and learning

Our Catholic Augustinian Identity

As an authentic Catholic Augustinian school, we place Christ, who is the source of Truth, at our centre.

1A. 1A: Strengthen a shared, contemporary, community model of the Catholic Augustinian traditions with an explicit focus on developing a Christ-centred personal faith and spirituality.

  • To further develop, for staff and students, an understanding of Catholic Augustinian values.

ANNUAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2024

2025

Still to come in 2025

Every year the College identifies key initiatives that we believe will enhance the culture of the College as an institution that strives for the success of all students. The Annual Improvement Plan targets will be populated in the calendar year (i.e. 2025), and over a period of years this will provide a clear historical record of the specific interventions undertaken to achieve school improvement.

2026

Still to come in 2026

Every year the College identifies key initiatives that we believe will enhance the culture of the College as an institution that strives for the success of all students. The Annual Improvement Plan targets will be populated in the calendar year (i.e. 2026), and over a period of years this will provide a clear historical record of the specific interventions undertaken to achieve school improvement.
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