St Ursula’s College is a dynamic community that has a strong sense of its own identity as a contemporary Ursuline Catholic School that has an emphasis on excellent teaching for learning which inspires the growth and transformation of both the individual learner and the learning community of
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St Ursula’s is a community that is Connecting with Life...
At St Ursula’s College, students in Years 7 to 9 experience a Middle Years Framework where fostering a love of learning and developing lifelong learners is our primary aim. This middle schooling philosophy is based on particular pedagogy and curriculum rather than organisational structures. Our Middle Years Learners are given opportunities to develop these attributes of life-long learners through our diverse curriculum where students experience education of the mind and heart.
The Senior Years at St Ursula’s College groups students from Year 10 through to Year 12 and has a clear focus on transition to pathways and possibilities that enable each student access to lifelong learning. With our ethos based on the values of Ursuline founder St Angela Merici, students in the Senior Years will be challenged and empowered to make informed decisions to equip them for the world of work and further study options at TAFE or University once they leave St Ursula’s College.
The St Ursula’s College Residential Community aims to provide an environment in which each girl is nurtured and offered opportunities for growth and development across a range of areas: academic, spiritual, social, cultural and sporting.
Each student is viewed as a unique individual whose journey through St Ursula’s College will foster strong academic and thinking skills, self-discovery and personal integrity.