PARTNERSHIPS

Contributing to a vibrant and innovative learning environment

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Community Partnerships
The Gonski Report review panel comments: ‘Effective school-community engagement unlocks a world of applied learning and development opportunities for students.’ At St Peters we have established strategic and sustainable school-community partnerships to enhance student learning and wellbeing. Our school-community partnerships have a positive impact on student engagement and enrich their learning through a focus on positive role models and future participation in employment and training.

Our school-community partnerships include:

✓Engagement in coaching and mentoring programs

✓Volunteering opportunities

✓Extra-curricular activities

✓School-employers collaborations prepare students for the needs of a rapidly changing workforce by exposing them to work-related knowledge and skills

✓Community Organisations

✓Tertiary Institutions.

Some of our sustained community partners include but are not limited to:

ASPECT

Australian Catholic University

Macquarie University

Sydney University

University of Newcastle

Central Coast Group Training

Youth Connections

Novaskill

Local Parishes and Primary schools

St John Fisher

St Cecilia’s

OLR The Entrance

Catholic Youth Broken Bay

St Vincent De Paul Society (Wyong Chapter)

Catholic Mission

CARITAS

Coast Shelter

Archdiocese of Suva Catholic Schools, Fiji

Catholic Schools Youth Ministry Australia

Australian Catholic University Youth Ministry Academy Program

St Peter’s is proud to support ASPECT with provision of secondary educational services through satellite classes within the St Peter’s campus. These classes are made possible through partnerships with ASPECT, the NSW Department of Education and Training and the Catholic Schools Diocese of Broken Bay Office.

ASPECT can be contacted using the below link.

ASPECT Website