McAuley Campus — Years 7 to 9
Respect and Responsibility are key values enshrined in community interaction. In this important time in the personal and academic development of young people, McAuley Campus is a space for learning as each student discovers their individual and community identity. In preparing students for their senior pathways, campus life is also dedicated to empowering students to explore opportunities in the areas of faith development, social justice initiatives and community engagement activities that include:
- Faith Development Programs: Masses, Liturgies, Fundraising for St Vinnies or other charities
- Student Leadership: Class Captains, Pastoral Ministry, Taming of the Butterflies (public speaking), Speech Choir
- Social Justice: St Vinnies, Seeds of Justice, Foster and Sponsor Child, Mercy Missions
- Cocurricular: Tournament of Minds, competitions, Performing Arts, Sport, Year Level Socials, Debating and Public Speaking.
The Order focused on improving the wellbeing of poor women. Initially she welcomed these women and girls into her home where she provided them with accommodation, education and health services. The Sisters later became known as the 'walking nuns' as they visited the poor and sick in their homes. The Sisters of Mercy continue to provide educational, health and wellbeing services today.
Catherine said: "The Lord and Master of our House and Home is a faithful Provider. Let us never desire more than enough — He will give that and a blessing".
Campus Leadership 2021
The McAuley Campus is led by a Campus Director who is committed to coordinating the daily life and learning experience of students from Years 7 to 9.
McAuley Campus Director: Mrs Gail Preston
Each of our Year Levels have a Year Level Leader and Year Level Learning Advisor who lead the Homeroom teacher team in caring for the academic progress and pastoral care of students. In 2018 they are:
Year 7: Miss Jessica Tipping and Mr Dan Kelly
Year 8: Miss Rachel Berka and Ms Stephanie Tonietto
Year 9: Mr Matthew Vallis and Mr Tim Thompson
Students also have their learning program tracked and monitored by a Learning Advisor to ensure maximum progress in their academic program:
McAuley Campus Learning Advisor: Mr Neal Haining