Our Member Schools

 

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Condell Park High School is a co-educational, comprehensive school located near Bankstown airport in Sydney’s south-western suburbs. The total enrolment is approximately 585 students with 85% from language backgrounds other than English. The school also has a Support Unit (Autism) comprising one Head Teacher, three classroom teachers and three SLSOs.

Our teaching staff is committed to meeting the learning needs of all students.  A high proportion of them are relatively new to the school: 60% have been at the school for less than five years; 18% have been at the school between 6-10 years; and 22% have been at the school for more than 11 years. All staff have University degrees or Diplomas and 23% have additional postgraduate qualifications at Masters level and above.

The school is supported by Priority Schools Programs (PSP) as well as the National Partnerships project and takes pride in providing a safe and inclusive learning environment for its students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.


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Granville Boys High School is a comprehensive secondary school committed to promoting academic and personal excellence and preparing boys for life. Ninety-nine per cent of students are from a non-English speaking background and the school celebrates the cultural and linguistic diversity of all its students. As a Priority School we are able to strongly emphasise improving student literacy and numeracy. Professional Learning is the springboard for quality teaching and learning programs. In 2012 we will join the National School Partnership Program for Low SES schools. GBHS is a Positive Behavior Intervention School and we promote Safe, Respectful Learning. We value and reward individual excellence and the achievement of personal best.


Loreto Normanhurst is a Catholic, independent boarding and day school for girls from Years 7-12.  Loreto Normanhurst encourages the development of young women who will take their place in the world as leaders and people of commitment, inspired by gospel values.   The Loreto Normanhurst Student Growth Model (LNSGM), a unique and innovative model of learning, focuses on holistic learning and growth, social justice issues and an understanding of local, national and global issues and an engagement with Church.  The mark of a Loreto Normanhurst education is its intent "...growing individuals and communities...”.

 

MLC School, located eleven kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, is a Pre Kindergarten to Year 12 Uniting Church school with a current enrolment of 1,200 girls. Established in 1886, the School has a strong tradition of excellence. The explicate values of world citizenship, innovation, integrity, courage, excellence and diversity encourage each girl to develop confidence in her own gifts and to contribute to a making a better world.

MLC School has implemented an innovative education program, Transforming Learning, with a focus on flexible learning and innovation, marking a shift in educational emphasis from teaching a class to helping each student become as effective a learner as possible using 21st century technology, to connect with teachers and learners all over the world  -anywhere, any time.

Offering the International Baccalaureate Diploma as an option for senior girls further demonstrates MLC’s commitment to international standards and portability of educational qualifications


Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College is an independent Catholic secondary school for girls, Year 7 to 12, conveniently located in the heart of North Sydney. Founded in 1875 by the Sisters of Mercy under the guidance of Mother Ignatius McQuoin, the College continues a tradition of excellence in Catholic education in the Mercy tradition. Monte has a strong academic record and in 2007 became the first Catholic girls’ school in NSW to offer both the International Baccalaureate Middle Years and Diploma Programmes, as well as the NSW Board of Studies School Certificate in Year 10 and HSC in Years  11 and 12.


St Ives North Public School has a proud tradition of excellence in many fields of endeavour. Our commitment to the achievement of educational excellence is demonstrated by our a wide range of pro- grams and our dedication to teaching and learning that caters for the individual learning needs of students. Student independence, responsibility, resilience and self-confidence are fostered through specifically targeted initiatives in academic, cultural and sporting areas. A spirit of cooperation and caring for others is encouraged throughout the school.

Our school has a strong collaborative partnership with the community and aims to promote the educational, personal, social and civic values shared by us all.

There is a strong focus on using technology for enhancing teaching and learning, with a 1:1 Laptop Program for Year 6 and technology rich projects and activities throughout the school.


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Wiley Park Public School is located in south western Sydney in a significantly socio-economically disadvantaged area.

Wiley Park PS supports the learning needs of a culturally & linguistically diverse community of 545 students and their families.  97% of students are from language backgrounds other than English: 38% are of Arabic speaking origin; 19% are from the Pacific Islands; 16% are of Asian background and 10% are from the Indian sub-continent.  More than 50 cultural groups are represented within the school community.

 

There are 12 Member Schools in the Coalition of Knowledge Building Schools.  Below is a brief introduction to each.  Click on the school name or crest to go to the school website.